Your campus dining options at Farmington just got better! We’ve updated and upgraded our menus, facilities and quality — offering more variety, better convenience, a healthy emphasis on local, and something we call The Cool Factor.

Conveniently located at the heart of campus in the Olsen Student Center, South Dining Hall is our primary campus dining hall. Our campus dining service strives to keep pace with changing trends in dining — and places a specific emphasis on Maine grown, locally-sourced food.

  • South Dining Hall features locally-sourced foods

We offer traditional American cuisine, international dishes, deli offerings, custom-made right before your eyes stir-fry meals, hot off-the-grill items, popular vegetarian varieties, fresh-tossed, low-fat options, creative pizzas, even five star festive meals and monotony breakers. And all of it is top quality. Our Campus Dining Services is now provided by industry leader, Sodexo.

This is nothing like your high school cafeteria food.

Seriously, the on-campus dining experience at UMF is not your typical cafeteria food. We’re not trying to compete with your mom’s cooking but students are usually pleasantly surprised by the quality, selection and variety of what’s available in our dining hall day in / day out.

South Dining Hall serves breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week during the academic year and offers several different cost-saving meal plan options for you to choose from.

NEW- The Beaver Lodge

As part of a major renovation to our Olsen Student Center, we recently opened The Beaver Lodge — a spectacular new wilderness lodge-themed campus dining / hangout experience. In two words: It’s Awesome.

Taking up almost the entire ground floor of the Student Center, The Beaver Lodge features rustic fireplaces, plenty or big-screen TVs, cozy seating and exciting new food choices for students. This has quickly become THE place on campus to hang out with friends.

The Beaver Lodge’s Natural Bar offers healthy fruit and vegetable smoothies custom-blended to order — from scratch. A Mexican station offers tacos and other “South of the Border” fare while the new grill features burgers and other standards, much of it made from local meats, poultry and responsibly harvested fish, as well as plenty of choices for vegetarians and vegans.

Mantor Café — featuring Portland’s Coffee By Design

Conveniently located inside UMF’s Mantor Library, the Mantor Café is students’ early morning go-to spot as they head off to classes. The popular on-campus coffee shop features a range of Portland’s Coffee By Design (CBD) specialty coffee beverages and a great selection of grab & go items — even a smoothie station.

Open from early in the morning to early evening, Mantor Café is the perfect place to go to chill, meet up with friends, catch up with a professor, check your phone and grab a quick coffee.