Oakland University Students will now have access to Plum Market’s variety of chef crafted options that are made from scratch. Typical menu options will include:
- A Showcase featuring seasonally fresh composed salads and globally infused recipes
- All Natural meat and seafood entrées available at our Carving Station
- Grab & Go artisan sandwiches and Organic snacks
- All Natural soups with vegetarian choices and meat-based options
- A CoffeeBar featuring Zingerman’s brewed coffee and freshly baked goods offered daily
The mission is to recreate how people think about eating. With the growing attention to food quality and eating healthy, Oakland University and Plum Market’s partnership will focus on quality food, service, and a level of engagement with students and faculty will go beyond to meet the expectations. Plum Market customizes each menu to best fit the specific wants and needs of students and faculty, including accommodating food allergies.
“This is an exciting time for Oakland University, and the relationship with Plum Market will truly enhance the student experience on campus,” said Glenn McIntosh, VP for Student Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer at OU. “Not only will this help attract new students, but it will also be a destination for the local community to visit campus and become a part of Oakland University.”
This program’s goals align directly with Oakland University’s vision to bring healthy, high- quality meals to college dining options. “We could not be more excited to open this Plum Market location,” said Plum Market CEO and Co-Founder Matt Jonna. “It’s an honor to have our brand complement Oakland University’s newly renovated dining facility. We believe our concept brings fresh and healthy offerings many of the students and staff will appreciate.”
About Oakland University: Oakland University is a doctoral, research university located on 1,443 acres of scenic land in the cities of Rochester Hills and Auburn Hills in Oakland County, Michigan. The University has 140 bachelor’s degree programs and 137 graduate degree and certificate programs. Oakland is a nationally recognized public university with nearly 20,000 students. Academics include programs in the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business Administration, School of Education and Human Services, School of Engineering and Computer Science, School of Health Sciences, School of Medicine and School of Nursing.