On Campus Meals

During registration you have the opportunity to purchase on-campus housing with a meal plan. The meal plan includes all your meals from Monday morning to Wednesday lunch, including the Tuesday night Gala Dinner. If you don't choose the on-campus housing you can still puchase the meals a la carte. Look for your selection during the registration process.

The meals will be served in the Zinfandel Dining Hall. Below is a sample menu - our menu may differ.

Campus Dining Map

Monday - Breakfast Tuesday - Breakfast Wednesday - Breakfast

Cinnamon French Toast
Warm Maple Syrup
Cinnamon Spiced Apples
Tofu Scramble Bacon
Veggie Breakfast Patties
Hard Boiled Eggs
Breakfast Potatoes
Hot Cereal
Selection of Pastries

Sausage Scramble
Scrambled Eggs
Breakfast Potatoes
Veggie Breakfast Patties
Soyrizo Skillet
Fresh Cut Fruit
Hot Cereal
Selection of Pastries

Biscuits & Gravy
Chicken Fried Steak
Scrambled Eggs
Veggie Breakfast Patties
Breakfast Potatoes
Hot Cereal
Selection of Pastries
Vegan Sausage Gravy

Monday - Lunch Tuesday - Lunch Wednesday - Lunch

Chicken Enchiladas
Cheese Enchiladas
Refried Beans
Vegan Taquitos
Spanish Rice
Chile Rellenos
Seasonal Vegetables
Salsa/Sour Cream
Shredded Cheese/Guacamole

BBQ Pork Ribs
BBQ Vegan Riblets
Twister Fries
Corn on the Cob
Seasonal Vegetables
Baked Beans
Pasta Salad
Fresh Cut Fruit

Monterey Chicken
Garden Burger Stacks
Criss-cut Fries
Homestyle Macaroni & Cheese
Deli Salad
Selection of 2
Seasonal Vegetables
Fresh Cut Fruit

Monday - Dinner Tuesday - Dinner Wednesday - Dinner

Roasted Salmon with
Pico de Gallo
Herb Roasted Potatoes
Mushroom Cakes
Wild Rice Pilaf
3 - Bean Chili
Selection of
2 Seasonal Vegetables
Lemon Wedges
Fresh Cut Fruit




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From the SSU website and a part of why we're pleased to use on campus dinning services:

Sonoma State Enterprises Continues Sustainability Efforts

New sustainability efforts are underway on-campus, driven by student feedback and consultations with Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) and Sonoma State Enterprises (SSE).

A new composting initiative is debuting in Zinfandel Dining Hall as part of the campus’ commitment to adopting sustainable practices. All pre- and post-consumer compostable items will be sorted at the Dining Hall, then transported by North Bay Recycling to the Carneros Ranch in Petaluma.

In turn, an estimated 40 tons of material is expected to be salvaged each semester. The program utilizes nature’s process of recycling organic materials – including paper, egg shells and yard trimmings – into a rich soil known as compost.

Composting services are expected to expand to all campus dining venues, following a review of the initial campaign. A similar pilot program is being developed in the Residential Community to allow students living on-campus to participate in this sustainability effort.

Dining Services is also continuing its partnership with Santa Rosa Junior College’s Shone Farms, a 365-acre outdoor educational laboratory that offers students the opportunity to learn about all aspects of small-scale commercial farming.

Shone Farms provides the SSU campus with locally grown produce, wine, and grass-fed beef.

Shone Farm

The view at Shone Farm is nearly as nice as the produce.


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