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State Average: B

College of William and Mary

Virginia


Last Updated: September 30, 2019

55% Student Satisfaction

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Student Reviews

  • MM

    W&M Does participate in Meatless Mondays

  • Elana Frank

    Not the best but definitely getting better. A lot of the things listed on the report card are actually true about the dining halls, though. They do offer nondairy milk (although they tend to run out often), they once in a while have vegan desserts, we do have a vegan member on the dining hall advisory board, we just started meatless mondays and they have been more receptive to it (although there is definitely more to grow), and there is an all vegan-station in 2/3 of the dining halls.

    The taste of the vegan food itself is definitely a toss up. Sometimes I really enjoy my meal, and other times it’s just boring.

    I would probably give William and Mary a B for their vegan options.

  • Charlotte Alan

    We have three main dining halls and all three have entire vegan/vegetarian sections where we 1. offer an all vegan station, 2. promote vegan options, 3.label vegan entrees, 4. label vegan desserts, and 5.offer non dairy milk. Often times the ONLY desserts are vegan because the bakery would rather everyone can eat something than discriminate.