Advertisements of any kind are not permitted in any dining center, dining center entrance, or retail location. Any advertisements found in these areas will be taken down and recycled. If you wish to post in common areas or residence halls, please refer to the Residence Hall Advertising Policy: housing.colostate.edu/halls/policies/
Dining Services Table Card Program
CSU – affiliated groups must make a table card reservation through the Residential Dining Services main office at: 970-491-4754 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Reservations are made on a first-come first-serve weekly basis. Up to four separate table cards per week are designated for CSU-affiliates. There is no cost for reservations or distribution.
Reservations made for multiple weeks are permitted, however table cards must be printed for each week regardless of content. All table cards are removed and recycled each Sunday.
Reservations for Fall Semester open August 1st
Reservations for Spring Semester open December 1st
Table card content must be appropriate and align with the University and Department’s vision, values, and Principles of Community. Table card content must be submitted and approved electronically before final approval is given to print.
Reservations are available only during the academic year, and run Sunday-Saturday.
Table cards must be printed on a quarter sheet (4.25” x 5.5”) recyclable CARD STOCK paper; (standard weight copy paper is not rigid enough). Duplex printing is permitted. Be sure to include the sponsoring organizations name and contact somewhere on the card. Neon Paper is not to be used, as it is not recyclable.
Table cards must be printed, sorted per dining center, and delivered to the Palmer Center room 108 by the Thursday before your reservation. Residential Dining Services will deliver and distribute all table cards.
Distributing table cards in the dining centers is not allowed, and any distributed and found without a reservation will be immediately removed and recycled. Table Card Quantities to deliver to the Palmer Center the Thursday prior to Reservation: Allison Dining Center: Qty. 50 Braiden Dining Center: Qty. 125 Durrell Dining Center: Qty. 90 Ram’s Horn Dining Center: Qty. 150 The Foundry Dining Center: Qty. 150
Advertisements of any kind are not permitted in any dining center, dining center entrance, or retail location. Any advertisements found in these areas will be taken down and recycled. If you wish to post in common areas or residence halls, please refer to the Residence Hall Advertising Policy: https://housing.colostate.edu/halls/policies/
Face coverings as well as shoes and shirt are required inside all dining facilities.
Outside food or drink is not permitted in any dining center or express location.
Service Animals in the Dining Centers
Official Service Animals only are permitted in the dining centers. Pets and emotional support animals are prohibited. For the full guidelines on service and emotional support animals, please see the SDC website.
Skateboards and Longboards
Your skateboards, longboards, and other modes of transportation are not permitted in the dining centers. Longboard racks are available outside of each dining center. Padlocks are available for purchase, ask a meal checker for more information.
No smoking, vaping, or tobacco use is allowed on CSU property per campus policy. For more information including reporting, violations, and cessation resources visit tobaccofree.colostate.edu.
The policy prohibits smoking, vaping and all other uses of tobacco on university property. This includes cigarettes, cigars, vaping (even on non-nicotine), hookahs and chewing tobacco.
The order applies to all university grounds; this includes all residence halls, university apartments, and dining centers.
The order bars tobacco use and vaping inside buildings and outside on all grounds, even in open areas away from buildings or foot traffic.
Violations of the order may result in disciplinary action.
Instances of smoking-related damage to University property will be charged a $50 minimum fee per incident, plus the costs of cleaning, repairing, or replacing any affected materials, including but not limited to paint, carpet, and linoleum.