At SMU, you can savor a variety of delicious food with options at both Lee Dining Hall (in Umphrey Lee Center) and Arnold Dining Commons. Both are all-you-care-to-eat residential restaurants that accommodate most dietary needs and preferences.
If you’re on the go, grab a quick bite at Hughes-Trigg Student Center, where you’ll find Chick-fil-A, Panera Bread and The Market — a fully stocked convenience store that houses Rollin’ n Bowlin’ Acai Bowl and more. Or, take a study break to meet up with friends at Starbucks located in the Fondren Library.
Connect with our registered and licensed dietitian at firstname.lastname@example.org for free and private nutritional consultations.
Visit smu.campusdish.com to learn more about:
- Meal plans
- Dining hall menus and nutritional information
- Dining staff contact information
- Hours of operation
We do have great food on the Hilltop, but Dallas is a gastronomic hot spot and total foodie paradise. From Michelin-starred chefs to drool-worthy Texas BBQ and the ever-evolving offerings at the restaurant incubator, Trinity Groves, you’ll never run out of dining options.