Food Services welcomes your suggestions. Here are three ways that you can communicate with us.


Do you have a concern, idea, or perspective that you would like to call to our attention?

Email us at We read and respond to every email.

Talk to Us!

If you have an immediate question or concern, the best first action is to talk to us. Managers and supervisors are there to assist you and can help resolve any issues quickly.

Dining Center Survey

Share your thoughts on your dining center meal or suggest foods you would like to see served. This short survey enables us to know exactly where and when you ate so we can pinpoint issues. Take note that the best suggestions are those that give solid examples. If you don’t like something, tell us why or what would be better. That way we can make more effective change.


Food Services Accountability Committee


The Food Services Accountability Committee (FSAC) is a student-led organization that operates as an unbiased party in partnership with Syracuse University Food Services. FSAC acts as a bridge between students and administration to ensure students can express their opinions regarding the food served in the dining centers.

FSAC gathers student feedback by interviewing students, holding campus-wide town halls, and facilitating a self-submitted survey. The FSAC team presents their findings to Food Services leadership on a regular basis. The feedback process allows Food Services to create solutions that address student concerns promptly and effectively.


The highest priority of FSAC is to accurately represent and communicate the perspectives of the Syracuse University student body, primarily those on a meal plan, regarding the dining centers. By facilitating a active two-way conversation between students and Food Services leadership, Food Services can continually work towards improvement to serve fresh, nutritious, delicious, safe, quality food in the dining centers.

The Food Services Accountability Committee reviews the dining center surveys and meets with Food Services leaders regularly to discuss action plans based on their findings.