Duke Dining Hall
Located in the B. Everett Jordan Student Center, the Benjamin N. Duke Dining Hall serves the entire Louisburg College community.
Chartwells Higher Education, our dining service provider, uses locally sourced ingredients and creates seasonal menus. A registered dietitian reviews and approves each menu to ensure that it offers a wide variety of wholesome choices. Each day, students have an assortment of exciting choices to suite dietary needs and personal preferences. All meals feature:
- Several entrées, including vegetarian options
- A variety of side dishes, such as salads, fresh fruits and vegetables, and dishes made from whole grains
- Deli sandwiches and grilled items
- House-made soups
- Pizza Station
- Decadent desserts and novelty ice creams
- A variety of hot and cold beverages
Louisburg College requires all resident students to be on a 19 meal plan. All plans provide meals on a Monday through Sunday week.
Commuter students and members of the Louisburg faculty & staff may purchase meal plans to obtain meals in the Dining Hall or to use at Perks at the Financial Services Office. The Commuter Mighty Hurricane plan is eighty (80) meals for $499.48. The Commuter Hurricane plan is forty (40) meals for $295.99.
Members of the Louisburg town community may purchase community meal plans from Chartwells Higher Education directly by visiting the cashiers stand located in the Dining Hall Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
In addition to the dining services, students can use their Hurricane Dollars ($50.00
per semester) for purchases at Perks (on-site coffee bar / café) located in the Cecil
W. Robbins Library or additional meal purchases in the dining hall (late night). Any
unused Hurricane Dollars expire at the end of each semester and are forfeited. Students,
parents and grandparents can reload Hurricane Dollars at any given time throughout
the semester with the Financial Services Office (1st Floor Main Building).