KNOXVILLE — This week the university’s dining service announced a name change, extended hours of operation and new campus locations.
ARAMARK, which operates campus dining, announced that they were changing the service’s name from UT Campus Dining to UT Volunteer Dining, to better connect with the spirit and energy of the university.
UT Volunteer Dining has added new locations and revamped some existing food service locations on campus in an effort to better serve the public:
- A Pizza Hut Express is now open in the Café at the Arena, featuring Personal Pan Pizzas, P’Zones, breadsticks and more. Pizza Hut will accept Meal Equivalency from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
- The POD Market is now open at Volunteer Hall, behind the College of Law. Students can use their Dining Dollars and Meal Equivalency at this convenience store, which will feature grab-and-go sandwiches, Java City coffee, snacks, bottled beverages and health and beauty items.
- The Quiznos in Rocky Top Café at the University Center has been replaced with a dual-lane Subway sandwich shop to add speed of service and a value menu.
- The IHOP in Presidential Dining has updated the menu, expanding their lunch, dinner and late-night selections and will be adding booth seating in February.
UT Volunteer Dining also announced extended hours of operation at Smokey’s, which will now be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday. Meal Equivalency will be accepted for dinner at Smokey’s.
For more information on these changes, contact UT Volunteer Dining at 974-4111.