Duke Dining

Get Involved

We strive to make dining at Duke an enjoyable experience. To that end, we are always searching for ways to improve menus, programs and services.

Tell us what you want, what you like, what you don’t like, and what just plain bugs you. It’s easy, doesn’t require much time and helps make a difference. Tells us your favorite and least favorite foods and eateries, along with other suggestions. We determine future menus based on feedback and spending habits.

Comment cards are available at each location. Or email to dining@duke.edu or call 919-660-3900. You may also drop by our office, 042 Bryan Center from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Employment

If you’re a student looking for part-time work, Dining Services often hires students and offers a challenging and rewarding environment with good pay and flexible hours.

For information on job opportunities, contact any of our unit managers or call dining’s Personnel Office at 919-660-3946.

Others looking for employment should apply online through Duke Human Resources.

Mystery Diner

Want to provide valuable feedback about campus dining AND earn free food? Become a Mystery Diner.

Duke’s Mystery Diner Program allows students, staff and faculty to receive free meals in exchange for providing valuable feedback about customer service and food quality. Mystery diners volunteer to rate campus eateries on customer service, speed of service, food quality, cleanliness, merchandising and overall impression.

  • Meet with Dining Services and review program & protocol
  • Receive assignment, review form and meal voucher
  • Visit the eatery during breakfast, lunch or dinner
  • Must complete and submit review within a week

Contact Tammy Hope at tammy.hope@duke.edu or 919-660-3926 for more information

Student Dining Committee

Help enhance the dining experience at Duke by joining the Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee (DUSDAC). Committee members play a key role working closely with Dining Services to discuss everything from menu changes to new eateries.

The committee operates under the auspices of Duke Student Government to foster communication between students, administrators, staff, vendors, prospective vendors and customers. The group is dedicated to helping Duke provide delicious food, fair prices, great customer service and clean, well-organized facilities. With your feedback, DUSDAC helps to rate on-campus eateries and Merchants on Points vendors on customer service and food quality. Each year, we present awards to eateries that excel.



If you think your great taste – and taste buds – could contribute to our mission, contact the Duke Dining office at 919-660-3900 or email: diningnetwork@studentaffairs.duke.edu.