One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville
The Biblical and Theological Studies building sits by Cedar Lake

On-Campus and Local Dining Options

Cedarville University provides six on-campus options for food and beverages. Refer to the meal plan fact sheet for more information about dining on campus.

Dining Hall

The dining hall provides a variety of eating options to students, employers, and campus guests, including home cooking, grill, vegetarian, pizzas and pastas, deli, Mexican, rotisserie chicken and sides, and breakfast and cereals.


Stinger’s, Cedarville’s snack shop and popular meeting spot, is located in the lower level of the Stevens Student Center. Completely renovated and expanded in summer 2017, Stinger’s provides a perfect place to grab lunch or a quick snack, but more importantly, it’s a place of vibrant community, where meaningful, Christ-focused relationships are built and strengthened.

Stinger’s also hosts special events like concerts, open mic nights, coffee and community nights, and more!

Chick-fil-A / Tossed

Located adjacent to Centennial Library in the center of campus, Chick-fil-A and Tossed (salads and pizzas) serve lunch and dinner in a scenic spot overlooking Cedar Lake. The facility is also open after dining hours for students to meet to study or just hang out with friends.

Grab + Go Markets

Grab + Go stations are located in the Center for Biblical and Theological Studies (BTS) and the Stevens Student Center (SSC) and offer prepackaged salads and sandwiches for a quick meal on the go. 


Rinnova is Cedarville's full-service coffee shop, offering drip coffees, lattes, cappuccinos, mochas, teas, frappes, smoothies, and selected baked goods. Rinnova is located inside the lower entrance of the Stevens Student Center.

Off-Campus Dining

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