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Kosher Food on Campus at MSU

MSU Culinary Services offers a kosher meal service program at the Kosher Cuisine venue at Wilson Dining Hall, Holmes Dining Hall and Brody Square Dining Hall. Kosher meals are served during the dinner meal period, starting at 4 p.m., Sunday through Thursday of each week.

To accommodate kosher rules, all foods served through the program are prepared in a kosher kitchen at Woody's Oasis restaurant in East Lansing. The program is certified by Kosher Michigan (www.koshermichigan.com). All meals served through the program at the dining hall are identified with a "Kosher" food icon.

MSU's kosher meal service program was developed in partnership with Rabbi Jason Miller of Kosher Michigan, Cindy Hughey, executive director of the East Lansing Hillel Jewish Student Center, and Chuck Raad, principle owner of Woody's Oasis restaurant in East Lansing.

During Passover, in addition to extensive meatless options available, MSU’s dining halls serve Matzos, hard-boiled eggs, tuna fish and cheese. In addition, several traditional Jewish dishes are incorporated into the menu. Single service disposable dinnerware is also available upon request.

MSU Hillel offers meals on Friday Nights (Shabbat) and during the week of Passover. Shabbat dinners are free for students and RSVP is preferred. Students can reserve Passover meals (lunch and dinner) by contacting MSU Hillel.

Students who have an on-campus dining plan may be refunded their Shabbat and Passover meals by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">.