Food Services

Ndorimana Bonaventure Dinning Hall

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday

Breakfast: 07 15 to 08 30 hrs
Lunch : 12 00 to 14 00 hrs
Dinner : 17 00 to 18 45 hrs

Saturday - Sunday

Breakfast: 08 00 to 09 00 hrs
Lunch : 12 00 to 14 00 hrs
Dinner : 17 00 to 18 45 hrs

An Enhanced Dining Experience

Welcome to the Ndorimana Bonaventure Dining Hall Services! A dining hall set to revolutionise the dining experience on our campus. Our mission is to create a dynamic and inclusive dining program that engages the entire community, while prioritising quality, wellness, sustainability, authenticity, and affordability.

From diverse food to innovative menus, we're committed to delivering a dining experience that exceeds your expectations.

Student are to dress for the dining occasion. Attire fit for the dining hall. Hair nets, bonnets, morning gowns and night dresses bikinis, bum shorts, crop tops and night shirts are not allowed

Laughter is Loudest Where Food is Best

Research has shown that students are able to learn better when they're well nourished, and eating healthy meals has been linked to higher grades, better memory and alertness, and faster information processing.

Meal Card

Students who pay for Full board (Accommodation plus Meals) get a pre-loaded account with a set number of meals per day (three), for 7 Days a week, 15 weeks per semester.

"Any leftover balance in the account expires at the end of the semester"

Skip the Line! Use Online Ordering

Easily accessible - you just have to be connected on the AU network for you to access the system

You can order your food online - as long as your wallet has enough credit, you can purchase what is on offer on that day, and verify your order upon collection.

Secure online payments - you can top up your wallet which is linked to your account by using Ecocash, Telecash, Onemoney, Visa Card, Mastercard

Less transactional charges - there are no charges incurred when you use your canteen wallet

You can monitor your student account - you are able to see all orders and transactions that you have made.

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Our Menu

Nutrition is an essential component of both physical and mental well-being for university students. Its impact on academic success cannot be overstated. At Africa University, we are committed to promoting student health by offering diverse food.

Eggs – Scrambled, Fried, Boiled Egg
Potatoes,
Mealie Porridge or Cornflakes
Bread

Starches : Rice, Sadza, Potatoes, Pasta (Spaghetti)
Meat: Chicken, Beef, Pork, Fish
Vegetables : Vegetables in season, Salad or Stewed Beans

On - Campus Food Stalls

AU works with other services providers who provide alternative food services on-campus.

Food stalls

These provide a convenient and diverse range of meal options for students, faculty, and staff on campus. Serving as a social hub, these stalls promote community building and offer an affordable dining solution for individuals with busy schedules or tight budgets.

SRC Tuck-shop/KIOSK

This is student-run enterprise that provides a platform for the Student Representative Council to thrive and for students to gain practical experience in running a business. The tuck-shop operates during extended hours, accommodating individuals who participate in extracurricular activities.

On- Campus Food Stalls

Food stalls cater to the varied needs of the campus population.

Additionally, university food stalls often support local businesses, providing entrepreneurial opportunities and contributing to the local economy.

Overall, these stalls play a crucial role in fostering a vibrant and inclusive campus environment.

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