Getting hungry while you study on campus?
UH at Sugar Land offers several dining and vending options to meet the needs of our busy students. Food and drinks are allowed in general areas and study areas in the Albert & Mamie George Building, Brazos Hall and the Sugar Land Academic Building. With faculty permission, students are allowed to bring drinks and food into general classrooms. Food and drinks are prohibited in computer labs, instructional television classrooms and science labs.
Avenue C Micro Market
Students, faculty and staff can purchase food, beverages and snacks from the on-campus convenience store. The store is located in room 115 on the first floor of the Sugar Land Academic Building (SAB1) behind the Multipurpose room. It accepts credit cards.
The Farmer’s Fridge in the Brazos Hall (BH2) Student Lounge is a refrigerated smart fridge stocked with fresh, healthy meals and snacks. Each meal includes a full serving of fruits or veggies and is packed in reusable/recyclable jars. Unsold food from the Farmer’s Fridge is donated to community partners when possible and guests are welcome to pay with credit card, debit card, or through the Farmer’s Fridge mobile app. Patrons can learn more about the mobile app by searching Farmer’s Fridge in their app store.
Food Trucks on Campus
Hungry for lunch? We have food trucks that regularly rotate to serve our students during lunchtime on Mondays and Wednesdays. They can accept cash, credit card and ShastaBUCKS. To find out who will be here and when, check out this semester's Food Truck Schedule. Please note that availability is subject to change.
Studying late? Grab a snack at any one of our vending machines in the student lounges/breakrooms located on the first floors of Brazos Hall (BH2), the Albert & Mamie George Building (AMG) and the Sugar Land Academic Building (SAB1). Exclusive beverage vending service provided by the Coca Cola Company. Snack vending and frozen foods are provided by Canteen. Our vending machines accept cash and credit card.
ShastaBUCKS Accepted on GrubhubThe University of Houston has partnered with Grubhub to allow faculty, staff and students to place orders with off-campus restaurants using their ShastaBUCKS with $0 delivery fees on eiligible orders. Students, faculty and staff can get their favorite food delivered straight to campus.
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