Get Involved with Queen’s Dining!
Are you a Queen’s student, staff, or faculty member looking to get more involved on campus? Collaborate with our campus community to help shape the food environment here at Queen’s. Share your voice to help make continuous improvements on campus. See how you can get involved with Queen’s Hospitality Services today!
About Queen’s Hospitality Services
Hospitality Services is the Queen’s University department responsible for the provision of Hospitality & food services by monitoring contracts with two providers (Aramark & Coca-Cola) operating on campus. The university takes a direct role in the on-going review of services to the campus, the strategic expansion and development of food operations, and identifies and executes renovation projects.
Queen’s Hospitality Services aims to nourish success through best in-class dining experiences where our guests connect and thrive.
Queen’s Hospitality Services is committed to providing the highest quality, guest-centric food and experiences that nourish, connect and meet the needs of our diverse community in a sustainable and financially responsible way.
Queen’s Hospitality Services values are a commitment to our campus community:
Your input is essential to Queen’s Hospitality Services!
Be a Mystery Shopper!
The Mystery Shopper application is open to our students, staff, and faculty to gather feedback to ensure brand consistency. In addition, it is an opportunity for Hospitality Services to gather unbiased opinions on several key aspects of the foodservice operations on campus. This feedback allows us to make changes to improve the quality of the customer experience. Applicants are compensated with Flex $ to cover their shopping expenses and required to return evaluations after each purchase.
Our Fall 2021 spaces are now full.
Apply today for Winter 2022 wait list: Mystery Shopper application form
Queen’s Housing & Ancillary Services hosts an interactive Food Committee meeting once a month to share updates on Hospitality Services scheduled events, menu development, and operational plans. The committee engages in active discussion and invites feedback from stakeholder representatives from across campus. Monthly meetings include participation from Housing and Ancillary Services, Hospitality Services, students at large, staff, and faculty members. Participation requires a commitment to attending monthly meetings during the academic year.
How to apply: send an email to Maureen Hamilton
Meal Plan Committee
The Meal Plan Committee is comprised of university stakeholders who review policy and recommendations concerning residence meal plans, with the aim of helping to ensure meal plans and related services meet the needs of residence students and budget requirements. Participating will require a commitment to meet twice per semester and other meetings as necessary. Student positions available include 1 First-year resident in a non-leadership role and 1 Don or Senior Don.
How to apply: send an email to Maureen Hamilton.
Hospitality Services provides student groups and clubs access to partner with pre-approved local food trucks on campus to assist with fundraising initiatives. AMS sanctioned student groups are invited to fill out the application form to be directly partnered with a pre-approved vendor supporting their Club fundraising initatives. Once submitted, all approved groups and clubs will be provided confirmation of the fundraising event date and details of the associated responsibilities.
How to apply: this program is currently suspended due to COVID-19.
Interested in learning more about other Hospitality Services initiatives on campus? Visit our Sustainable U page