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Campuses put new options on the menu

Florida Campus President Dr. Peter Martin was the first customer at the new Java Express, here being served a fresh cup by ARAMARK’S Silvia Polanco.
Dr. Peter Martin handed a cup of coffee by ARAMARK employee

The new Java Express is now open in the lobby of Building 2 on the Florida Campus. Designed to provide another food and drink option on campus, Java Express is open Monday-Friday, and serves coffee, cold drinks, fresh fruit, pastries and snacks.

“It gives people an option on their way to or between classes to make a quick stop without making a trip to Java City,” said Director of Institutional Support George Bertish, M.B.A. “It also helps to avoid waiting lines. Java Express has been open a little more than a week and has been very well received.”

On the West Campus, the Student Services office has been expanded to one open area that not only houses Student Services, but the offices of Admissions, Financial Aid and the Registrar.

West Campus students JP Amonte and Kyle Alexander were joined by Gary de Wet, D.C., Davenport ’66, professor, at an open house for the new Student Services area.
two students standing next to Dr. Gary de Wet

“The new configuration was truly done with the students’ needs in mind,” said West Campus Enrollment Director Julie Behn at an open house to mark the expansion. “We wanted a space that current students could get all their needs met in one place—a ‘one-stop-shop.’ In addition, it allows prospective students the opportunity to interact and engage with our community.”

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