On Wednesday, March 27, representatives from Dining Services and Chief Administrative Officer Jerry Berenson invite the campus community to join them in the Campus Center at 7 p.m. as they go over the results of the latest survey done in connection with possible changes to dining services’ menus.
“In recent years, food costs have risen at a far greater pace than we’ve budgeted for,” says Berenson. “The good news is that we’ve recently been able to allocate an additional $200,000 to help in the near term. However, there will still be some choices that need to be made. What we’ve been hoping to accomplish with this process is to identify changes that will have the least impact on the overall dining experience for students.”
Since becoming aware of the dining services budget shortfall at the start of the academic year, the administration has engaged students in its decision making process. There have been a number of student surveys and administrators have presented the results and solicited comments at SGA meetings. The Wednesday, March 27, meeting will be the last of the academic year.
“The outstanding quality of our dining halls is a point of great pride for Bryn Mawr and something students can continue to count on,” says Berenson.