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Sale/Service of Non-Campus Dining Services Food
This policy provides the exceptions to the use of Campus Dining Services for the sale and service of food on campus.
Vice President for Finance and Administration
February 14, 2017
September 28, 2016
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Reason for Policy
To operationalize the exclusivity clause of the campus dining services contract.
For following the policy: Entire campus
For enforcement of the policy: Director, Student Union
For oversight of the policy: Vice President for Finance & Administration
For notification of policy: Policy Librarian
For procedures implementing the policy: Director, Student Union
Bake sale items: baked goods prepared in commercial or non-commercial kitchens. Bake sales can consist of baked items that CDS sells, i.e.: cookies, cupcakes, and rice crispy treats.
College funds: Any funds that have been deposited into College or Foundation accounts.
Event: A planned meeting, activity or program.
Temperature Sensitive Food: Hot and cold food items needing to be held at specific safe temperatures for food safety. These food items usually contain meat and/or dairy products.
Consequences of Non-Compliance
The Sale and Service of Non-Campus Dining Food policy was originally issued November 2, 2015 and was revised February, 2016. The current version was approved by the President's Cabinet September 28, 2016 and allows registered student organizations to purchase non-campus dining food for events up to $50 per semester. Revised procedure (Request for Service of Alcoholic Beverages Form) approved by the Associate Vice president, Finance and Administration on February 14, 2017.