U of A OSI to Host Focus Groups

U of A OSI to Host Focus Groups
Morgan Johnson

Tell us how you feel, how you really, really feel. The U of A's Food on the Hill team will be hosting an Onsight-Insite Focus Group on April 11 and 12, allowing students to give us feedback on all things campus dining. In these sessions, we will ask questions about how you dine on campus in hopes to continue to improve campus dining at the U of A.

We have sessions for on-campus students, off-campus students, faculty and staff. Sign up now

In exchange for your time, you will receive a $25 Chartwells gift card (valid at all campus dining restaurants) and a meal or snack during your session.


Ann Cole, marketing coordinator
417-825-4331, annc@uark.edu


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