Campus Dining Is Going Cash Free on Oct. 5

Campus Dining Is Going Cash Free on Oct. 5
Kristin Frazier

While the Food on the Hill Team has placed many safety protocols to keep guests and associates as safe as possibly, one contact point that they've kept available is accepting cash. After every cash sale, the dining associate is required to wash their hands and change their gloves. Safety of both parties involved in these transactions is a priority, however, cash transactions make up less than 2% of total transactions.

Therefore, all locations will be going cash free on Oct. 5. This is not only another safety precaution, but an aid in efficiency and sustainability.

All locations are still accepting Dining Dollars, Razorbucks, Debit/Credit Cards, and Gift Cards. If you find yourself with only cash, you can go down to the Chartwells Main Office located in the Arkansas Union Suite 104 for further assistance.

The Food on the Hill team thanks all customers in advance for their patience and understanding in this transition. 

Contacts

Mackenzie Cvar,
Chartwells Higher Ed.
940-765-7652, macvar@uark.edu

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