The food court at Taylorsville Redwood Campus is set to fully reopen with new eats and updated equipment on Monday, Oct. 9.
It’s been closed for some time now, but with fall semester in full swing, Salt Lake Community College students are ready for it.
“I can’t wait! I hope the price is the same as last semester,” Stacie, who did not provide a last name, says.
Some students are wondering if there will still be food trucks, but no one knows for sure if they will stay and give the students even more choices.
“The food trucks are nice, but expensive,” Kevin, who did not provide a last name, says. “I pay $10 for lunch from the truck. At the food court I spent $5 for the same amount of food.” He also says the wait and lines at the food trucks make a quick meal difficult.
Other students prefer the food trucks being on campus and hope they are there to stay.
“I enjoy the trucks and how they are always switching out to give a wide variety of food,” Troy, who did not provide a last name, says.
Whether the food trucks stay or go, the food court will open for business on Monday to the anticipation of many.