Aramark 18 Case Studies

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University and

Catering Structure

Cap and Conversion Rate

Program Details

Impact in Spring 2018

1

UC Irvine

est. 2017 

 

Aramark Catering

Cap of 5 guest passes per student and 500 guest passes in total may be donated per quarter. 

A drive is held in the beginning of each quarter. Students can donate up to 5 meals each to be distributed through the Emergency Meal Swipe program facilitated by the FRESH Basic Needs Hub on campus. 

500 swipes were donated. ~1,500 swipes are donated per year. 

2

University of Southern Mississippi

est. 2017

 

Aramark Catering

Cap of 5 swipes per student may be donated each semester. 

 

Each semester students can donate up to 5 guest swipes and Aramark will match additional swipes. The campus pantry coordinators identify students who are in need of meals and ask Aramark to transfer swipes onto their ID cards.

386  guest passes were donated.

3

College of St. Scholastica

est. 2018

 

Aramark Catering

Cap of 750 swipes may be donated each semester. 

 

A drive is held each semester enabling students to donate unused meal swipes. Meals are distributed through the Campus Ministry.   500 swipes were made available to students. 
4

Cal State East Bay

est. 2018

 

Aramark Catering

Cap per student depends on the meal plan. 

Each semester students can donate unused swipes some of which are matched by Aramark and redistributed by the campus pantry. 

1,844 meal credits were donated.

5

Spelman University

est. 2018

 

Aramark Catering

Cap of 14,000 swipes per year may be distributed. 

 

Each semester, Spelman sets aside 7,000 meal vouchers which are distributed to students in need by the Dean's Office. 

7,000 meal vouchers were made available to students. 

6

Morehouse University

est. 2018

 

Aramark Catering

 

Cap of 14,000 swipes per year may be distributed. 

Each semester, Morehouse sets aside 7,000 meal vouchers which are distributed to students in need by the Dean's Office. 

7,000 meal vouchers were made available to students. 

7

College of Charleston

est. 2016

 

Aramark Catering

 

No cap or conversion rate.

Each semester students can donate leftover meal swipes and dining dollars at cafeteria registers, which are distributed to students facing food insecurity through the Office of Dean of Students. 

TBD

8

Cal State Fullerton

est. 2016

 

Aramark Catering

 

Cap of one meal per student may be donated each semester. 

A month long drive is held at the start of the fall and spring semesters enabling students to donate one guest meal to support a classmate facing food insecurity. Aramark matches each donated meal.  Meals are distributed by the Associate Dean of Students. 

TBD

 

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