FAIRBORN, Ohio (WDTN) - Wright State University students will have new food choices this fall.
The university signed a contract with the Chartwells food company to offer new dining options on campus.
"We're proud to say that with Chartwells we're launching something that's going to deliver outstanding service, quality and value to our university community while doubling our operational revenue," said Mark M. Polatajko, vice president for business and fiscal affairs and university treasurer. "The unveiling of this strategic partnership is a huge success story for us in terms of leveraging an opportunity to the benefit of our students and our community. We're really excited about it."
Some of the better known brands to be offered include Denny's All-Nighter, Pizza Hut Express, Caribou Coffee and Starbucks.
Other options will focus on healthy alternatives with fresh fruits and vegetables.
Students will see the changes this fall.
Wright State says the contract guarantees an operational return of more than $20-million over ten years.
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