Mason provides vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and Halal choices; we can also accommodate
students with dietary restrictions. Besides 3 dining halls, there are many familiar favorites,
including Chipotle, PaneraBread, Chick-Fil-A, and even a 24-hour Starbucks for that 2am latte!
You don’t have to leave home to enjoy the best dining. Check out the best options for dining quality meals brought to your dorm.
Whether you’re living on-campus or off, a student, faculty, or staff member; Mason Dining has a meal plan that works for you! Find the right one for you!
What is open 24 hours, easily accessible, and provides anything from snacks to electronics? Vending machines! Coca-Cola Consolidated provides drinks for all of Mason’s Campuses and events, and Canteen provides the snacks! Don’t forget to check out the Vengo machines, located in the Johnson Center, SUB1, Fenwick Library, Innovation Hall, The RAC, and Mason Global Center! You’ll never need to worry about batteries, or earbuds again!Learn More
The club is a place to engage community members in conversations, exchange ideas, and host visiting guests. The club features freshly baked bread, soups, salad, daily carvery offering, and a daily made-from-scratch hot dish.
Do you need to cater for an upcoming event on campus? Look no further than George Mason University Catering! Mason Catering provides a variety of services, from elegant sit-down dinners to delicious grab-and-go lunches, and savory breakfast buffets. If you need more catering options, then check out our Approved Caterers. More than 50 area restaurants and caterers are ready to make your next event a success.
Using an Approved Caterer for events at Mason is important to ensure the health and safety of all. Ensuring our caterers are appropriately compensated for their work is also important.To Use an Approved Caterer, take the following steps below.
George Mason University is happy to partner with some great catering establishments in the local area to provide dynamic service to our community. Start the process of becoming one of our approved caterers below.
“Pot luck” style food provided by staff is allowed for meetings/lunches/birthdays, etc. when only departmental staff is attending. Meetings that include staff from other departments must use the approved catering procedures outlined here. Any pot luck event is NOT an approved event of George Mason University. Signage must be visible at any pot luck event which states: “This is not an approved Mason event therefore you are eating at your own risk.”