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Dining Services

Husson University Dining Services welcomes you to the Dickerman Dining Center, where you will find culinary professionals committed to providing you with a quality dining experience. We serve a wide variety of foods designed to meet the needs of a diverse university community. In addition to meal plans for resident students, dining dollars and commuter meal plans are available and may be purchased in the Dining Services office located in the Dickerman Dining Center.

The Eagle Grab and Go is located just inside the entrance of the Dickerman Dining Center. Serving pizza, subs, salads, cold drinks, and a variety of snacks.  The Eagle Grab and Go is open late at night for students that would like a snack or meal later in the evening.

Cressy's Marketplace is located next to the Campus Center on the lower level of Peabody Hall.  They provide breakfast, hot and cold sandwiches, burgers, and salads. They also have an assortment of cold beverages, packaged snacks, and various other food and snack options.

Willey’s Café is located next to the Furman Student Center and serves locally roasted coffee from Wild Life Coffee Company.  Their coffee and espresso drinks and our house-made Panini sandwiches are very popular. Check out our selection of pastries for that perfect sweet treat.

Harold Alfond Hall Kiosk is located at the ground level of Harold Alfond Hall. The kiosk offers coffee beverages made of locally roasted coffee from Wild Life Coffee Company, cold brewed iced tea, cold brewed coffee, lattes - iced and hot, iced and hot chai tea, hot cocoa, and assorted pastries.

Athletics and Recreation

The Athletic and Recreation facilities include the Newman Athletic Complex, which has basketball and volleyball courts, a 25-yard, six-lane competitive swimming pool, a strength-training room, and a dance studio. The Swan Fitness Center has cardiovascular machines, weight machines, free weights, televisions, and a sound system. The Husson outdoor athletic and recreation facilities include the Winkin Sports Complex with the Harold Alfond Diamond, the Boucher Soccer Pitch, the O’Keefe Softball Field, tennis courts, and practice fields.

The University offers an extensive intramural, recreational, and intercollegiate sports program for both men and women. The men’s and women’s intercollegiate programs conform to and hold memberships in the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division III (NCAA), Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) and Northeast Women's Golf Conference (NWGC), and the North Atlantic Conference (NAC). Men’s intercollegiate competition includes soccer, football, basketball, baseball, lacrosse, cross country, and golf, indoor and outdoor track. Women’s competition includes volleyball, soccer, basketball, softball, swimming, lacrosse, field hockey, cross country, indoor track and outdoor track, and tennis.

Intramural sports play a large part in satisfying the recreational needs of the University community. Many students compete in basketball, swimming, volleyball, tennis, softball, soccer, floor hockey, and flag football, just to name a few. Husson campus facilities also provide many opportunities for informal recreation, like the new W.T. Gardner & Sons Recreation area.


Husson University’s Bookstore, operated by Barnes & Noble, is open Monday through Friday. Husson University, working with Barnes & Noble, offers students the ability to participate in First Day Complete, a course material program that provides the rental of required course materials for $24 per credit hour.  Students can opt out of the program each semester if they want to purchase their books from other sources.   The bookstore also offers a wide variety of school supplies, computer and technology products as well as a robust assortment of Husson University apparel and gifts. Bookstore Email:   Bookstore Phone Number: 207.947.2270. Bookstore Website:

Student Employment

The Human Resources Office serves as a bridge between students and the campus community by assisting students obtain part-time jobs in various departments on campus. Not only can an on-campus position provide some extra income and structure for your academic career, but it can also build a resume and enhance professional job skills and competencies. An on-campus employment position is often a great way to become more connected to the University community.

Safety and Security Services

Husson University is committed to providing our faculty, staff, students, and guests with a safe and friendly environment both on and around our campus. Our Safety & Security Department staff consists of 13 full-time and 5 part-time Security Officers providing 24/7 campus coverage. Officers patrol the campus, respond to complaints, investigate incidents, and provide an array of services, such as assisting with vehicle issues, unlocking doors, issuing Husson University photo ID cards, managing lost and found property, and providing “safe walk” escorts for students and employees on campus. We conduct drills and engage in planning, training, and emergency preparedness activities. Each year, Husson University publishes an Annual Security Report which includes public criminal and fire safety statistics for our campus. Maine is one of the safest states in our nation, and Husson University is a particularly safe environment, but because crimes can and do occasionally occur on our campus, we foster a strong working relationship with the Bangor Police Department to resolve incidents when appropriate.  We truly believe that we all share a responsibility in keeping our community a safe and enjoyable place to live and visit.  To assist us in this collaborative safety approach, we strongly encourage all members of our community to report any concerning behavior, statement, or incident involving our Husson community.

Our Safety & Security Department manages Husson's free EagleSafe mobile app. Along with the dining menu and hours, athletic information, and campus activities, the app includes safety tools and features such as Mobile Blue Light and Social Escape. The app also allows you to anonymously report a concern, call for assistance, access emergency plans, or share your location with a trusted friend. 

Husson University uses the Rave emergency notification system. In an emergency, this system will be used to notify you by email, text, social media, and the website, as well as display messages on the campus digital boards and subscriber devices. The Department collaborates with Student Life to offer CPR, personal safety, de-escalation classes, and other programs. For additional information, please use the information on our website and learn how to report suspicious activity, prevent crimes, and practice responsible behavior. Husson University Safety & Security is located at 106 Peabody Hall and can be reached at any time by calling 207.941.7911.