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Community & Cultural Food Program
Community & Cultural Foods Program enhances campus programming by partnering with students to utilize food for cultural sharing, learning and community building. The program provides advising, resources and support in the planning, development and serving of food as the focus or a component of programming. Annually thousands of meals are served, hundreds of students and community members volunteer and hundreds of individuals gain new insight on food use and production.
- How to Plan a Self Produced Food Event
- Check MU East Kitchen Availability
- Go to http://188.8.131.52/VirtualEMSMU/BrowseEvents.aspx
- Click the "Filters" Button on the right hand side, just below the "This Month" tab.
- Select the "MU East Kitchen" option under the Facilities Menu and press apply.
- Reserve the Kitchen by completeing a Kitchen Use Self-Catering Information Form (PDF Copy) then submitting it to the Student Events & Activities Center (MU 103)
- Student Organization Fees for Kitchen Use - Link to OSU Fee Book
- Available food service equipment and rental fees
Schedule a meeting with the SEAC CCCFP Advisor by stopping into the SEAC or emailing email@example.com. These forms need to be completed as part of the planning process.
The program also provides advising to students on OSU Food Service policy.
- Food Service Guidelines - OSU maintains alignment with Benton County Environmental Health while establishing best practice for public food service on campus. These guidelines provide an overview of best practice for the University community. Check with the venue for specific facility policies and approved caterers.
- All open/public events require that food service on campus be supported through the CCFP or by a licensed caterer. Restaurants often need to secure a secondary temporary license for serving on campus. To apply for a single event temporary license, download and fill out the Temporary Restaurant License Application. The completed operational plan review needs to be submitted to the office at least 10 days prior to the first event. A temporary restaurant application is required each 90 days.