Carnegie Mellon University

The safety of our campus community is a top priority. Learn how Carnegie Mellon University Dining Services ensures health and safety at our campus dining locations.

All 13 independent vendors contracted by Carnegie Mellon Dining Services are required to comply with National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) standards and Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) regulations.

Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) performs required inspections at each vendor location up to two times annually. Additionally, CMU Dining pays for third party food safety inspections through EcoSure. If violations occur, CMU Dining works with vendors to execute a quick and precise corrective action plan.

Any student who believes they are experiencing symptoms should contact University Health Services or their own healthcare provider. The Centers for Disease Control has up-to-date recommendations for the necessary course of action for anyone who may be exposed to a food-borne illness.
Your feedback is important to us and we welcome comments or suggestions regarding food safety at our campus dining locations.