Dining Locations and Hours
Kline Campus Center
Hours of Operation:
Sunday – Saturday, 7 a.m. - Midnight
The Kline Campus Center dining hall features small, friendly tables, with restaurant-style seating; counters with stools; booths; and flat-screen televisions. It’s a place to study, relax, meet your friends and grab a snack or fantastic meal at any time of day.
Here’s what you’ll find at the KCC:
- College St. Deli
A mouthwatering assortment of deli meats, cheese, fresh toppings and breads. Make your own sandwich or choose from our delicious daily specials!
Homemade pastries, muffins and cookies as well as a cereal bar and assortment of breads for a great start to any morning.
- Whole Body
You will always be able to find a delicious, health-focused dish at Whole Body. Offerings are low in fat, sodium, and cholesterol and are focused on vegetables and lean, grilled proteins.
A station dedicated to fresh and innovative vegetarian and vegan options.
- Mongo Fresh
Choose your protein, vegetable and grain and watch as our culinarian brings it to life in front of you on the Mongolian grill!
Come to Seasons for homestyle entrees that are seasonally-inspired, like a selection of house-roasted meats with fresh, local vegetable medleys.
- Slice Pizza + Pasta
Pizza made from fresh, from scratch dough and savory pasta dishes that range from traditional to contemporary. A true Italian feast!
At the Grille you’ll find hand-pressed burgers made from fresh ground beef and hand-cut French fries made from locally-grown potatoes, when in season.
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, Closed
Grab a satisfying cup of Greenberry’s coffee or a delicious Mr. J’s bagel to go! Sit in our café by the fireplace and enjoy a panini or fresh salad featuring house-made dressings.
Breakfast | Pick from 5 of your favorite items:
Mr. J’s Bagels
Lunch | Take your pick from:
Choice of entrée salad or sandwich (roast beef, turkey, special of the day, vegetarian)
1 whole fruit
Did You Know...
- ...all remaining, unserved food from the dining hall that can be frozen and reheated is donated to the Blue Ridge Food Bank?
- ...that 2 to 3 times a week, the Harrisonburg Boys and Girls Club comes and picks up our remaining food to feed the kids at their programs?
- ...that this past summer, Parkhurst Dining and Bridgewater College were honored at the Boys and Girls Club Annual Dinner for donating over 500 pounds of food in the previous school year?
- ...that remaining foods that cannot be saved go into a compost bin, not the trash?