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Serving or Selling Food at an On-Campus Event

When Dining Services is contracted to provide the food and beverage for your event, trained personnel ensure that food safety procedures are used in all areas of food handling. When potluck events or fundraising food sales are coordinated by organizations, certain precautions need to be taken to ensure guest and customer safety. Dining Services can provide organizations with valuable food safety information on preparation and service. 

Complete the form below whenever you or your organization plan to sell or serve food at an on-campus event.

Food Service Registration Form
*Contact name:
*Event name:
*Event date:
*Event time:
*Event duration:
*Event location:
*Organization/department sponsoring the event: 
Organization advisor/department head name:
Organization advisor/department head email:
*Have you reserved the space through conference and event services or the online reservation system?
*Estimated number of guests:
*Do you plan on contracting with Dining Services for the food or beverage for this event?
What food items will you be preparing?
Where will you prepare these items?
Do you have refrigerator and/or freezer space to hold items until food preparation begins?
How do you plan to provide the food or beverage service for this event?

St. Norbert College Dining Services retains the right to regulate the provision of food/beverage services on its property and within its facilities. This oversight is necessary to insure that the risks inherent in serving food/beverages are controlled and to minimize the college's liability exposure.
Name of food or beverage service provider (i.e., business or organization name):
Are you collecting a fee for this event?
Is the food or beverage being donated to your group?
Is your audience internal (SNC community) or external?
I have reviewed the food service guidelines web page and will incorporate the guidelines in the food preparation for this event.
In submitting this form, you agree to consult with dining services, if deemed appropriate, to discuss safe food preparation and handling techniques in detail, and to follow all guidelines that have been presented to ensure the safety of your guests.
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