SGA here. We get to represent the student voice in the food service selection committee! Here are the proposals from Chartwells, Sodexo, and Aramark. Let us know your feedback! Submit it here, or email Trixie the Vice President of Student Life at bweiner@hawk.iit.edu. Thanks students!

NOTE: If you would like to see the entire proposals, pricing included, please contact Dean Stetz, katherine.stetz@iit.edu, or stop by her office in OCL and she is happy to go over them with you. ***With regards to pricing, IIT is committed to preventing the meal plan prices from rising from their current prices.***


Chartwells – January 12th

Download the Chartwells proposal by clicking here. View the live video of the presentation here.



Sodexo – January 18th

Download the Sodexo proposal by clicking here. View the live video of the presentation here.


Aramark – January 26th

Download the Aramark proposal by clicking here. View the live video of the presentation here.


4 Comments

Erica Acton · March 21, 2018 at 10:51 am

Thanks for posting these! Nice job SGA

Trixie Weiner · January 29, 2018 at 11:58 am

If you are interested in examining the pricing, please reach out to Dean Stetz and she is happy to go over the entire proposals with you!

Trixie Weiner · January 28, 2018 at 4:14 pm

Hi Gabriel!
This is Trixie, VP of Student Life.

I hear ya. Affordability is a very high priority for students when making this decision. When I received the proposals from the administration, they omitted the pricing because the food service providers did not adhere to pricing models which were universally coherent. This would have made an accurate comparison between the three impossible.

However, I agree that this is important information and have reached out to Dean Stetz to see what we can do to simplify the price models and share them with you all.

Thank you for your input!

Gabriel Krell · January 27, 2018 at 8:51 pm

It’s super frustrating that the price per day or semester columns are left blank. I resent that we’re supposed to decide between meal providers without pricing information.

Without taking price into account, Chartwell’s proposal is the most appealing to me. But I – and many other students – are concerned about value per dollar, not spending as much as we can on meal plans. I’m disappointed in the university for not taking steps to make this important information available to students.

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