Services for Students with Disabilities
Building, Facility, and Program Access Details
Brent Beringer, Resident District Manager, 982-5110
Eddie Whedbee, Associate Director, 982-5110
Dining services offices are located in the lower level of Observatory Hill. Business hours are 8:00a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. There is available parking at meters located on the North side of the building. Wheelchair accessible entrances are located on the North side and West side of the building. Restrooms are accessible also.
The Colonnade Hotel
The Colonnade HotelClub/Garden Room
This restaurant style faculty/staff dining facility is located on the West Range. It is accessible via a ramp on the West Range walkway.
The Colonnade Club (Pavilion VII)
The Colonande Club serves as the faculty club, an inn and a frequent location for various events. It is most easily accessed via a ramp in Garden VII.
Sidney Austin Café
This dining area is located on North Grounds inside of the School of Law. It is wheelchair accessible, including restrooms.
The Castle is accessible to individuals who use wheelchairs. The restrooms are not accessible.
Newcomb Hall Dining Hall
The North and South student dining halls and Pavilion XI are located in Newcomb Hall. They are all accessible to students using wheelchairs. Parking is available in front of Peabody Hall and in the Parking garage.
Observatory Hill Dining Hall
This dining hall is located on the corner of McCormick and Alderman Roads. There are three floors of dining and services. The accessible entrances to the dining hall are located on the Alderman and McCormick sides of the building. Metered parking is available on the North Side of the building, and handicapped spaces are not metered. There is an elevator for consumers in wheelchairs. Your Student I.D Card can be coded for use of the elevator at your disposal.
This dining area consists of The Stop Light Grill and Sbarro’s Pizza. There is also a convenience store available, which sells a variety of items. Crossroads is located on the first floor of Observatory Hill Dining Hall. The restroom and entrance are both handicap accessible.
Runk Dining Hall
Runk Dining Hall is located on Stadium and Hereford Road. It is handicap accessible.
Alderman Café is located on the main floor is Alderman Library. It is handicap accessible.
Poolside Café is located on Alderman Road. The restrooms and entrance to the building are handicap accessible.
The Castle is located on the lower level of Bonnycastle Dorm. The entrance is handicap accessible.
at the UVA Bookstore
The entrance to the UVA Bookstore is handicap accessible as well as the restroom.
West Range Café
The West Range Café entrance is handicap accessible, however the restroom is not.
Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library
Fine Arts Lounge
Paula C. Caravati, Ph.D., R.D.
Nutritionist, University of Virginia Dining Services
Dining services provides therapeutic dietary counseling and assistance with meal planning to meet individual needs. Our staff nutritionist is available to help students design healthy meals that suit individual lifestyles and physiological needs. In case of special food problems and\ or food allergies, please be sure to contact Dining Services in advance for alternate foods/meals. If personal counseling is desired, please contact Paula Caravati to arrange an appointment.
Meals for Sick Days
If a student is ill or cannot go to a cafeteria for meals, arrangements can be made for the student to receive a boxed (to-go) meal. This meal must be picked up by someone who will take it to the student. Dining services does not deliver. In the event that a boxed meal is needed, call your nearest dining hall and order it ahead of time. Provide the person picking up your meal with you student I.D. card so the cashier can debit the correct account. If you have problems, call Eddie Whedbee 982-5110.
You can view menus online for the week at each dining hall, or you can listen to menus via pod cast.
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