Schulze Dining Hall at the University of Louisiana at Monroe held its grand re-opening on Sept. 10 in front of students, faculty, staff and community members.
The event signified the completion of a collaborative effort between ULM and Aramark Dining Services to enhance the dining experience for ULM students in both its traditional dining hall and its Student Union dining area.
The renovated space offers a vaulted ceiling with new sky lights, a more open floor plan, more food options, and indoor and outdoor seating options.
The Student Union Building underwent a similar renovation with a more open and accessible space, new food options and a new area dedicated to quick-grab options that include fruit, salads and sandwiches.
The $2 million renovation was facilitated by Aramark and paid for with state allocated funds.
Both dining areas are now at full service, and Schulze has seen record dining numbers since reopening.