Bryn Athyn College is proud to partner with SAGE Dining Services®. SAGE, established in 1990, is the leading food service provider for independent schools and colleges throughout North America. SAGE’s unparalleled expertise in nutrition, sustainability, and culinary trends produces exceptional dining experiences that delight the senses, inspire minds, and foster community.
SAGE provides our school community with customized, delicious, dietitian-approved meals, cooked from scratch using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Their talented chefs enhance mealtime with a wide array of options and flavors, including authentic Asian dishes, Latin American cuisine, and vegetarian and vegan fare. A monthly Educational Seasonings program explores food in cultural and historical contexts, and chefs often engage communities with exciting display cooking.
All SAGE Team Members have extensive training in food service protocols and food allergy awareness. Their open kitchen policy allows parents to schedule a time to visit and ask questions about inventories and preparation methods. SAGE’s comprehensive online allergen filter is an important tool that allows students and parents to filter all menus for allergens and choose safe meals.
For more information about SAGE, please visit www.sagedining.com.
SAGE looks forward to serving you this year with fresh, wholesome, from-scratch food using seasonal, locally sourced ingredients. Menus are tailor-made just for your community, and provide a range of items to please a variety of palates and meet a variety of dietary needs, including food allergies. Check out what’s on the menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner any day of the week!
|Monday – Friday|
|Breakfast||8:15 am – 9:45 am|
|Lunch||11:45 am – 1:45 pm|
|Dinner||5:30 pm – 7:00 pm|
|Brunch||12:00 pm – 1:00 pm|
|Dinner||5:30 pm – 6:30 pm|
If you are a resident student, your dining hall meal plan is pre-loaded onto your Campus Cash card each term.
Commuter students can purchase lunches for a whole term (prices listed below) or individually using your Campus Cash card ($5 for breakfast; $7 for lunch or dinner). If you wish to purchase lunches for the whole term please visit the bursar to make a payment and have the meal plan added to your Campus Cash card. You may also pay for meals using a credit card at the door. These prices will be $5.25 for breakfast and $7.50 for lunch or dinner. All such sales will also incur sales tax.
If you have any questions please contact the Bursar’s office at 267-502-2493 or ude.n1505996109yhtan1505996109yrb@r1505996109asrub1505996109.
|Term Meal Plans||Price||Term Ends|
John Starrett, Food Service Director
Ed Clark, Assistant Food Service Director
Brickman Center | 2945 College Drive
The 28,000 square foot Theodore and Sally Brickman Center for Student Life and Admissions serves as an entrance and welcome center for the College. With a great hall, dining and kitchen facilities, offices for admissions and financial aid, the Alumni Association office, the President’s Office, and ample space for studying and student life activities, the Brickman Center serves as a central location for student life and information at the College.
College Grounds Cafe | 2925 College Drive
For long days or early mornings, most Bryn Athyn students find some part of their day to visit the College Grounds Café, centrally located in the Swedenborg Library. Its debatable whether the café is better suited to studying or socializing, but with the full line of Starbucks drinks served it can be assured that College Grounds is buzzing just a little more than any other spot on campus.