Renovations include adding a Mongolian grill.
Unity College’s award-winning dining services program is run by dedicated staff who make healthy, delicious meals all year round. It is our mission to provide quality food—using locally sourced products whenever possible—in a friendly atmosphere with excellent customer service and a high degree of focus on sustainable practices.
Wyman Commons and the Student Center
We serve meals in both Wyman Commons and the Student Center. Recently renovated and expanded, Wyman Commons—an all-you-can-eat facility for students, faculty, and staff—is our campus dining hall, serving three meals a day Monday through Friday and brunch and dinner on weekends. The Student Center, with a cook-to-order retail menu, serves meal equivalencies and various snacks—and offers games and live entertainment as well.
Take a look at our dining menus to learn more about the delicious and nutritious meal options we have available. We welcome suggestions and questions any time: Chat with a cashier on duty or use our comment boxes in Wyman Commons and the Student Center.
Both Wyman Commons and the Student Center accept cash, as well as meal plan and Unity dollars.
Grab a Bagged Meal
Won’t be able to make it to Wyman Commons in time for a meal? If you won't be on campus for breakfast, lunch, or dinner during the week, ask our cashier for a bagged-meal request form. Return the completed form to the cashier on duty 24 hours in advance of when you will need the meal.
Sustainability in Action
At Unity College, you don’t have to be in a classroom to see how we blend knowledge and practice—look only as far as campus dining, and you’ll see all kinds of sustainability efforts at work.
Here are just a handful of campus dining’s sustainable initiatives:
•Our napkins are made from recycled paper, and dispensers release napkins one at a time to reduce waste.
•With the help of the compost committee, we separate all of our waste for composting—and what we compost is sent to local farms.
•We purchase 39% of our products from local sources, eliminating embodied fuel and transportation costs on these items.
•We purchase 80% of our products from two Maine-based vendors, and our primary vendor is committed to environmental practices.
•We make our breakfast sandwiches with local, cage-free eggs.
•Our cooking oils are recycled by Maine Standard Biofuels, a Portland-based company that processes used vegetable oils from Maine communities and returns it as fuel.
•We distribute reusable cups to all incoming students, which has eliminated the use of paper cups in Wyman Commons and greatly reduced their use in the Student Center.
We our proud to say that some of our best sustainable practices were born out of ideas from students—incredibly motivated and committed individuals who often ask, “Why don’t we … ?” Keep those questions and ideas coming!