Food Services - Ohlone College Newark Center for Health Sciences and Technology
For the Ohlone College Fremont campus, see Food Services at the Fremont Campus
Areas for Eating, Visiting, Resting, Studying
In the first and second floor lobbies, there are tables and seating for students to eat, visit, rest, and study. An outdoor seating area is also available in Treadway Courtyard between Wings 3 and 4. See Newark Campus Map.
|Summer 2016 (June 13 through August 4)||Monday - Thursday||7:00am - 7:00pm|
|Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Holiday, break between semesters||Closed|
(Schedule is subject to change without notice.)
The Cafe is closed Holidays, during Spring Break, Winter Break, and breaks between semesters.
Room NC1201, first floor lobby, Newark Campus. See Newark Campus Map.
Hot, cold, and made-to-order food services in the Ohlone College Cafeteria are provided by Fresh & Natural. The types of foods available may include:
- Peets coffee
- tea, mochas, expresso
- sodas, bottled water, teas
- veggie salads
- macaroni salads
- California spring rolls
- bacon, egg, cheese breakfast sandwich
- snack items such as chips, cookies, candy bars
- 8-inch pizza
A microwave for student use is located in the first floor lobby next to the Fresh & Natural Cafe, first floor lobby, Newark Campus.
Vending machines offering beverages and snacks are located in the Central Hub near the Campus Security.
The vending machines will accept $1 bills and coins and will provide change when an item of lesser value is purchased (unless the machine doesn't have enough change).
Many of the vending machines use iVend technology which will sense whether an item has dispensed, and if not, it will cycle again until something drops. If that fails, you will be able to make another selection or receive a refund. In the unlikely event that your money is not returned, you may go to the Cafe to receive a refund.
Please let the Fresh & Natural in the Cafe know immediately if there is a problem with any of the machines. Indicate the vending machine location and the type of problem you had with it (for example: "It ate my money and didn't give me any food.").