Harvard University Dining Services (HUDS) welcomes you!
- Annenberg Dining Hall (Secondary School and Pre-College Program students and Crimson Academy students will eat here - June 17 - August 4 after dinner)
- Dunster House Dining Hall (only General Program students will eat here - June 17 - August 4 after dinner)
Meals are served three times a day, seven days a week during your program session. See the Summer School website for a calendar of specific meal start and end dates for your session.
- Breakfast: 7:30-10:30am (Full breakfast Monday – Saturday; Continental Breakfast on Sunday)
- Lunch: 11:30am-2pm (Lunch Monday – Saturday; Brunch on Sunday)
- Dinner: 5-7:30pm
Beginning Sunday, June 18, and running Sunday through Thursday from 8:45-10:45 pm, students can enjoy late-night snacks and beverages.
NO outside guests or Summer School Program commuter students are allowed to dine at Dunster or Annenberg.
Summer School Program Commuter students are the only exception, and may pay for their meals with Crimson Cash.
Every day in your dining hall, you will find a core set of staple ingredients – cereals, condiments, yogurts, fruit, grill items, salad bar selections and beverages – as well as a rotating hot entrée, soup and pasta selection so that you have a delectable range of choices to make. Every meal includes vegetarian and vegan selections, as well as a balance between healthy options and indulgent choices. But we also have an "if you don't see it, ask" policy. You are welcome to whatever is in our kitchen, even it's not on that day's menu.
View the menu online.
Anyone enrolled in the Summer School meal plan may order a bagged meal/meal-to-go. Please pick up a Meal-to-Go order form in your dining hall at the checkers’ desk. Please note: ordering a Meal-to-Go will prevent you from eating a regular meal in a dining hall at the designated meal period without special permission from a dining hall manager. Bag meals are only available for pick-up when the dining halls are open.
You may place orders (one-time or recurring) up to a week in advance. Please be sure to cancel an order, rather than not pick it up, if your plans have changed.
Harvard Summer School holds many different events over the course of the summer in order to foster community among students.
Events this year include:
- Monday, June 19th – Juneteenth Dinner (festive, full meal)
- Wednesday, July 5 – Savory Spotlight on New England Seafood at Dinner
- Tuesday, July 18 – Sticky Savory Spotlight on Marshmallow Fluff
- Wednesday, July 26 – Hawaiian Luau (festive, full meal)
FOOD ALLERGIES, INTOLERANCES & SPECIAL DIETARY NEEDS
Harvard University Dining Services (HUDS) makes every effort to accommodate the various dietary requirements of our guests. We are committed to stringent food safety measures and to educating our employees on the subject of food allergies and intolerances. HUDS makes every effort to label its food correctly. However, the number of meals served, and the number of items used, makes it impossible to guarantee the accuracy of its labeling.
It is incumbent on every individual with special dietary needs to make those needs known to the dining hall manager. Self-reporting insures that all parties have access to the information necessary to keep you healthy and safe. It is also the responsibility of each student to check with their dining hall managers concerning ingredients if any question exists, and to use our online menu filter to identify potential ingredient concerns.
Food Allergies and Intolerances: Students who are attending Summer School and require dietary accommodations because of a documented disability/allergy must call the Accessibility Services Office (ASO) at 617-998-9640 or email email@example.com. To learn more about how to request an accommodation, please visit https://www.summer.harvard.edu/resources-policies/accessibility-services.
Once you have done so, please also note your dietary needs here: https://dining.harvard.edu/campus-dining/summer-school/summer-school-food-allergies-special-dietary-needs
Other Special Dietary Needs: Individuals who are vegetarian or vegan do not need to register with the ASO or fill out the HUDS dietary needs form. These foods are available as part of our daily choices. Individuals with religious restrictions may speak with a HUDS manager to help you make delicious choices, safely, and easily.