Every Wake Forest undergraduate student who lives on campus is required to sign up for some form of a meal plan in coordination with Aramark. The meals can be consumed in the main dining facility known as "The Pit" or the Magnolia Room, both of which are located at Reynolda Hall, in the center of the campus. At the neighboring Benson Center, students can buy food and snacks independent of their meal plan from Aramark or from Chick-fil-A. A Subway is also located on campus, off Hearn Plaza.
In the fall of 2005, Aramark, through its Fresh Foods Company, renovated "The Pit" in an attempt to improve the quality of the dining experience. The newly renovated area contains a variety a food stations with a "cooked upon order" service. As of October 6, 2008, there has been a full-service Starbucks in the library.
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