Campus foodservice drives up college costs

11/1/2010 | U.S. News & World Report

New college dining trends are driving up the cost of higher education. Seven major factors are involved, including the introduction of restaurant-style facilities to replace traditional cafeterias and stay open longer to meet late-night cravings, upgraded menus that include more organic and vegetarian offerings, and contracting with large for-profit vendors to provide campus foodservice.

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