Here are the Dining Hours for Wednesday May 1 - Sunday May 12.
Bistro 49 will be open Commencement Saturday May 11, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm. Reservations are recommended; call 704-687-7056.
Saturday May 11: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Student Affairs has programmed an event that looks to be a great one! In support of that, and to ensure that no sour notes are hit due to parking citations, Parking and Transportation Services reminds you that unless you have a special permit specific to Lots 8 (in front of Scott and Holshouser), 8A (between Moore and Scott), and Lot MSU (by Moore, Sanford and RDH), you cannot park there. Sorry, not even on weekends. Students who qualified for 8, 8A and MSU permits were promised parking, therefore that area is always enforced. So please, park elsewhere where your permit is allowed.
In the early days of the Residence Dining Hall (RDH), students slid trays down a cafeteria line where food that had been cooked in the “back of the house” was plopped onto a Melamine plate from an ice cream scoop. Ketchup went a long way to rehydrate a square of meatloaf and Lance crackers from the vending machine were the only available alternative. There was no such thing as DB to spend at retail brands located elsewhere on campus. There were no retail brands.
Calling all locavores and those who love fresh, delicious food! It's time to make plans to attend the upcoming annual Home Grown Dinner Event.
The Green and White spring football game is Saturday April 20 at 1:00 pm, and the Game Day parking and traffic management plan will be in full effect beginning that morning. If you have a single game ticket or plan to buy one at the gate, you must either purchase a Game Day parking permit online (for Union Deck or West Deck) or you may pay $10.00 in cash to park in the Cash Lot at Cone Deck. (All parking for the spring game is $10).
If the upcoming three-day weekend finds you on campus, here's what to expect (besides the quiet of a near-empty campus):
REPROS introduces Ink Spot, a “print from anywhere” enhancement to UNC Charlotte’s pay-for-print service. Instead of only having to print from a computer in the library or lab, students can send documents to print remotely, through any Internet-connected PC, tablet or smart phone. Faculty and staff may also enjoy the convenience of making personal prints from many points on campus.
Monday March 11 – Wednesday March 13
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Barnes & Noble at UNC Charlotte
Passport Day is a national passport acceptance and outreach event designed to be especially convenient for those who need a new U.S. Passport because "walk-in" applications are taken on a Saturday.
Saturday, March 9
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Union Station, Student Union 123
Two chefs from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte have been chosen to compete in a culinary challenge on March 8, 2013. The challenge is hosted by the National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) and will take place at the Southern Regional Conference in Lubbock, TX.