I have two little brothers, and prior to them officially leaving the nest and going to college, my mom spent over a week preparing vast quantities of family favorites and meticulously packing them into containers for easy access and storage. Why? because neither of my brothers were going to Bryn Mawr, of course (also because Bryn Mawr is a women’s college, but I digress)
Consistently ranked within the top ten best dining services of any US college, Bryn Mawr’s food is really top notch. It’s diverse, well prepared, and plentiful. I would recommend getting the Traditional meal plan (not the unlimited, because the number of swipes you get to the dining halls is more than enough, and you also get an amount of money to spend in the campus cafes, which is always a plus).
There are options for vegetarians, vegans, those with food allergies, and everything in between. The only danger here honestly, is gaining too much weight after your four years is up, haha.
I also worked in the dining halls during all four of my years there, and acted as student supervisor. It was a valuable experience for me and I learned a lot from the hours of manual labor, camaraderie, and customer service.
In short, Bryn Mawr Dining Services are exceptional and not to be overlooked when considering your choice of campus.
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