Notre Dame of Maryland University and SAGE Dining Services ® are pleased to present an exciting dining program!
The talented chefs from SAGE have transformed mealtime at Notre Dame of Maryland University into a daily culinary adventure. Our students are treated to real food, cooked from scratch. SAGE`s seasonal menus are custom designed for us, reflecting the students` preferences as well as the fresh products available in the market. SAGE`s registered dietitians review and approve each menu to ensure that it offers a wide variety of nutritious choices.
We’re proud to partner with SAGE Dining Services® to offer fresh, delicious meals made from scratch! See our menu, and get more information about allergen management, nutrition, sustainability, and culinary trends here
Dining Hall Hours
New Dining Hall hours for Fall 2020
M-F Breakfast: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
M-F Lunch: 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
M-F Dinner: 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Weekend Brunch: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Weekend Dinner: 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Note: Dining Hall service will only be available to residential students for the Fall semester; only meal plan swipes will be accepted. All hours are subject to change during the summer months, academic shutdowns, special meals and school holidays. These changes will be posted in advance.*
Q. What measures is the Dining team taking to prevent the spread of COVID19 and other illnesses?
A: Please visit NDMU Together: Student Guide for more information.
Q: What do the menus for the modified meal service look like for residential service for Fall 2020?
- Bagel, muffin or yogurt parfait
- One hot takeaway item per meal such as oatmeal cup, breakfast sandwich, small breakfast pizza, etc. (hot option will be meatless)
- Hand fruit & granola bars
- Dry cereal and half pints of milk
- Coffee or Juice or Spa Water
- Vegetarian and non-vegetarian options which will either be sandwiches, salads, or personal pizzas
- To-go sides such as Hummus and veggies daily
- House-made desserts daily & ice cream novelties
- House-made lemonade, iced tea and spa water
- Vegetarian option and non-vegetarian option: Entrée, starch and vegetable
- To-go sides
- House-made desserts daily & Ice cream novelties
- House-made lemonade, iced tea and spa water
Q: How do meal plans work?
All resident students are required to be on a residential meal plan. The University offers one campus meal plan. University Meal Plan: 19 meals a week and 5 guest passes per semester.
Q: How do I sign up for a meal plan?
A: Students will automatically be enrolled in the University Meal Plan. Your student ID is your meal card for dining on campus and is required for access to Doyle Dining Hall. If you are a commuter student, faculty or staff member, you can purchase a meal plan block or you can load funds onto your account to get reduced daily meal rates when eating in Doyle Dining Hall. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Q: What dates are meal plans in effect for the 2020-2021 school year?
Meal plans for residential students will be in-effect beginning Thursday, August 20th and the first day for meal service is Thursday, August 20th
The last day the meal plans will be in-effect/last day of meal service Tuesday, November 24th
The first day of meal service for the Spring Semester will be Saturday, January 23, 2021.
The last day of meal service for the Spring Semester will be Friday, May 14, 2021.
Q: What are meal prices?
Credit or Debit (with NDMU ID)
Credit or Debit (without NDMU ID/guests)
Q: What if I lose my ID card?
A: If you lose your card, please report it to security at ext. 5324 immediately. A new card may be issued through the IT (Information Technology) Office at ext. 5200. You must have a card for on-campus dining.
Q: What if my card does not work?
A: Email email@example.com to schedule a time to meet. We will help you resolve the problem.
Q: Can a friend use my card?
A: Sorry, no one else can use your card. The meal plan is considered to be a non-transferable agreement between you and the University and cannot be traded. Residential students do, however, have five guest passes per semester that they can use and bring a guest into the Dining Hall or eat in Gator Alley.
Q: What if I have to work or attend class and cannot make it to Gator Grind or Doyle Dining during the hours it is open?
A: Residential and commuter students, faculty & staff can order to-go options for breakfast & lunch through SAGE’s new online ordering system which can be accessed by logging into your CaterTrax account. These meals can be picked up at the Gator-to-Go window in Gator Alley at designated times.
If you are a residential student with a meal plan, and it is outside the hours of operation for the Dining Hall or Gator-to-Go, you can place an order using the meal request form and pick it up directly from the SAGE office in Doyle Hall.
Q: What if I have special dietary needs?
A: If you have a special diet, please speak with SAGE's General Manager, Ed Marucci. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: How can I purchase a meal for my visitor?
A: Residential students can use one of their five guest passes or pay by credit card for a guest. Please ask the cashier.
Q: How do I know what's on the menu?
A: Menus are posted weekly on the dining hall doors. Menus are also available on the University's web site.
Q: How do meal swipes work?
A: Students get 3 swipes per day, Monday through Friday, and 2 swipes on both Saturday and Sunday.
- One swipe can be used for breakfast at the Gator to Go window between 7 AM and 9 AM - M - F only
- One swipe can be used during the brunch period in the Dining Hall OR at the Gator to Go window between 9 AM and 2 pm
- One swipe can be used during the dinner period in the Dining Hall
Gator Grind Hours
Please Note: Gator Grind will not be open for Fall 2020.
Located in the basement of Doyle Hall
New Gator Grind hours for 2020-21
M-F: 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
New – Gator to Go
To-Go Breakfast: 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.
To-Go Lunch: 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Gator Grind will feature new options for breakfast and lunch to-go and will even be able to take orders online for maximum safety and convenience. Breakfast items include bagels, fruit cups, smoothies, and muffins. Lunch includes a standardized menu with rotating daily options that include salads, sandwiches, soups, and personal pizzas.
To order breakfast, lunch or dinner to go, please use the Meal Request Form
Our on-site caterer, SAGE Dining Services, can accommodate any size event from box lunches for a small training class to an elegantly themed wedding for 140 guests. It is the only caterer permitted on campus.
For internal events on campus – please submit your catering orders on CaterTrax. Please note, we request 10 days’ notice or a late fee may be applicable to your order.
For external rentals on campus – please coordinate your catering order with the Auxiliary Services team, email@example.com
Ed Marucci, General Manager, SAGE Dining Services® firstname.lastname@example.org
Robin Baux, Assistant Food Service Director, SAGE Dining Services® email@example.com
Phone Number: 410-532-5726