Student Resources

GTU Consortial Dining

Welcome to Consortial Dining at the GTU. We invite you to join us at table at D'Autremont Dining Hall, where students, faculty, and staff from around the GTU gather for sumptuous meals and camaraderie. We are excited to introduce you to this year"s repertoire of delicious meal options.


Pacific School of Religion - D'Autremont Hall (PSR campus map external link)
Hours of Operation

Breakfast 7:30 - 11:00 am

  • Continental Breakfast until 8:00 am
  • Your breakfast made to order!
  • Hot and cold meals
  • Full range of breakfast options
  • Fresh fruit and juices, coffee, and tea

Lunch 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Buffet or made to order - your choice!

  • Fresh fruit and salad bar
  • House made soups
  • Grilled-to-order options
  • Vegetarian options

Dinner 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Buffet or made to order - your choice!

You can see what is being served each week at PSR's website: external link
Meal Plan: "All-You-Can-Eat" Rates

To make your life easier...

Bring a guest: Block plan holders can use their card for guests. Meal plan holders can bring up to five guests per semester. (Card holder must be present with guests; each guest use counts as one meal.)
To go meals: Rushing off to class or a meeting? Take your meal to go - just ask the cashier for a to-go container.

$1940 per semester

Unlimited entry, all-you-can-eat dining seven days a week throughout the semester.

Block 25: $125 for 25 meals

Discounted price of $5.00 per meal. If you run out, additional discount cars are available for card-holders in blocks of 10 for $5.00 per meal. Meal plans are not transferrable.

Per-meal Costs

Without a meal plan or dining card, the costs for meals are as follows:
Breakfast: $6
Dinner: $8
What We Offer
The dining program is here to serve your needs. If you have any suggestions or comments on how we can improve our service to you, please contact us (see below). We respond to every inquiry or suggestion.
  • We purchase organic and locally sourced dairy, meat, fruit and vegetables whenever possible. For a list of organic products we currently use see our website external link or consult dining staff.
  • We will provide a wide range of freshly made foods and a menu that changes frequently.
  • All meals are "all you can eat."
  • We always have vegetarian options available and many times have vegan options as well.
  • If you have dietary restrictions or special needs, please contact Chef Andy at . We are happy to work with you to make sure your needs are met.
  • There will always be a salad bar at lunch and dinner.
  • Fresh seasonal fruit will always be available.
  • Freshly made desserts at every lunch and dinner.
  • Freshly made breads, muffins and rolls are always available.
Help Us Help You

There are a few things you can do to help us provide the best service to all members of the community:

To Go Meals. If you are in a hurry to class or a meeting, please ask the cashier for a to-go container.

China, Glasses & Silverware. Please do not carry servicewear from the dining hall. Doing this creates a shortage, reduces our level of service and increases the cost of providing you with highest quality dining program for your money. Do not bring in your own cups and glasses. This can also contribute to food cost and sanitation problems.

Bus your own tray. Please carry your tray to the dish room and sort your dishes as you leave the dining hall. This will keep your dining hall cleaner and more attractive for you and your fellow students.

Bring a guest. Block plan holders can use their card for guests. Meal plan holders can bring up to five guests per semester. (Card holder must be present with guests; each guest use counts as one meal.)

Contact Dining Office
Andy Maxon:

Sick Trays

If you are too sick to attend a dining hall meal, you may obtain permission from the manager to have a friend or roommate obtain a sick tray for you.
If you have a special occasion for which you want us to provide food, please talk with a manager. We"d be pleased to provide catered food service for your event at a reasonable charge. Planning well in advance is instrumental in making your catered event a success.
Employment Opportunities
Employing students is important because it helps many students with their school expenses and helps us to stay in touch with the students we serve. To find out about current opportunities, flexible hours, and the procedures for working with food service, just ask your manager. We"d like to have you as a part of our team!