The USF dining halls will be open to the public on Friday for the first time since June, opening at 8 a.m. to accommodate students and staff from 10 a.p. to 4 p.m., a USF spokesperson told the Chicago Tribune.
USF is one of three campuses with the opening of dining halls and other services, and it has a strong history of accommodating students.
USFs first dining hall opened in 1999, and the university has since become the No. 1 college in the nation in student applications.
The new dining hall will be the university’s first dining facility since the 2011 renovation of the former dining hall.
US F students will be able to eat in the new dining halls.
USFF also will offer online shopping at the new campus, but the online shopping will be limited to limited hours and limited to certain brands, including Nordstrom, Forever 21 and Nordstrom Rack.
USFS dining halls opened in November, and a second dining hall is scheduled to open in 2018.