Student Dining Services at Medaille College: Where and What to Eat on Campus

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and Graduate Programs

Working professionals and adults who've been out of school for a while, looking to advance their careers.

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Students looking to earn a degree entirely online.

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Dining Services

Dining Services

Feed your appetite and nourish your mind through our healthy, delicious meal and snack choices here, on campus! Find an array of delicious and healthful choices on both floors of the Sullivan Center.


There isn’t always time for three square meals a day when you’re going to class, studying, and maybe even working part- or full-time. Medaille’s dining services, run by Chartwells, understands that we can’t all have a sit-down meal at regular times. This is why we give you a huge selection of healthy, nutritious and easy meals ready whenever you are.

Up early before class? Grab breakfast at the Kevin I. Sullivan Student Center. Here you can stop by the Sully Cafe, proudly serving Starbucks, and get your day started the right way. Having a late-night study session? Our dining services supplies you with healthy snacks and brain fuel.

If you want to know what’s on the menu at Chartwell's for today, there’s a hotline for that! Dial x2113 or (716) 880-2113 and find out.


Food on Campus

Sullivan Center First Floor

Rotating stations offering fresh recipes each and every day

Pizza & pasta

Salads & wraps


Subs, sandwiches & sides

Full breakfast options daily

Delightful, homemade desserts


The Sully Cafe
Proudly Serving Starbucks

Handcrafted beverages

Fresh-brewed coffee, hot or iced

Hot and iced espresso beverages

Cold Brew

Nitro Canned Brews


Blended beverages (with and without coffee)

Starbucks Refreshers beverages


Fresh grilled sandwiches

Homemade baked goods


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