Last updated: 08/02/21 8:06 a.m.
Beginning Thursday, July 29, face coverings are required in all public indoor spaces to align with updated CDC masking recommendations released Tuesday, July 27, 2021. Until further notice, face coverings are required for students, faculty, staff, and visitors on campus, in all common indoor spaces (classrooms, conference rooms, hallways, restrooms, breakrooms, dining facilities, elevators, public spaces within on-campus residential living environments, etc.).
What hours will the dining centers be open this summer?
Please note, on Monday, August 9, Marketplace at Linkins will open for breakfast from 6:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. and resume standard operating hours for the fall semester at 11:00 a.m.
Can faculty/staff, university visitors, and guests dine at the dining centers?
Beginning in May 2021, faculty/staff, university visitors, and guests will be allowed to access to the dining centers.
What if I don't think there are enough dining options that fit my diet?
We strongly encourage you to contact our registered dietitian, Desiray Yeaw, at firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure your specific questions are answered, your concerns are addressed, and you are well informed of all the menu options available to fit your needs and preferences. Our registered dietitian offers individual consultations for students with food allergies, restricted diets, and other nutritional needs, including weekly meal planning guidance and menu adaptation.
Is EMDH still hiring student employees?
Yes, EMDH is currently hiring student positions for the fall 2021 semester. Each EMDH student employee plays a critical role in creating safe, memorable experiences for students, guests, and the entire Redbird community, working with dedicated staff members of the full-time team.
What are the benefits of working for EMDH?
As the largest employer on campus, EMDH offers a wide range of positions with competitive wages, flexible schedules, and a variety of leadership opportunities. To learn more about EMDH's mission and core values, please visit the EMDH website. To learn more about the hiring process, please visit the EMDH employment website.
What resources are available for students facing challenges related to food insecurity and hardship?
Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality (EMDH) is committed to providing care for the Redbird community. If an Illinois State University student is dealing with challenges related to food insecurity and hardship, they should contact EMDH@IllinoisState.edu for more information and guidance on the available resources.