By Bianca Garcia
SAN ANTONIO—Our Lady of the Lake University is surrounded by fast-food restaurants, which may make it difficult for students to access healthy food options.
Fast-food restaurants make it easy for students to pick up food at their convenience, but OLLU dining services promotes fast, healthy options to accompany student schedules.
According to the OLLU website, Sister Annie B’s Cafeteria is a full-service, on-campus, dining facility located just outside of the main building. The cafeteria offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner options, different daily entrees, grilled items, a salad bar, and a stir fry area.
The kitchen staff provides students with nourishing food and healthy menu options.
Aside from Sister Annie B’s Cafeteria, students can visit the Cyber Café, or “C” Store for short, located in the Flores lounge near the residence halls. The store offers soups, sandwiches, and pre-packaged food items for convenience.
Whether students want a salad on the go, or a nutritious snack before class, Sister Annie B’s Cafeteria and the “C” Store do their best to promote eating responsibly by promoting healthy, well-balanced meal options.
Sister Annie B’s Cafeteria is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday to Sunday. The “C” Store is open 24 hours a day.
For dining on the go, students can download the Dine on Campus App. The app offers dining needs at your fingertips. For more information, students are encouraged to visit dineoncampus.com/ollu.