Selleck dining renovation to add dedicated gluten-free space

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Selleck dining renovation to add dedicated gluten-free space

Rendering of the fireplace seating area in the Selleck Food Court.
Rendering of the fireplace seating area being added in the update to the Selleck Hall food court.

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is giving the Selleck Hall food court a modern feel this summer.

When complete, the updated space will feature spaces that better meets the needs of students and focused on building community; as well as a gluten-free concept.

“This renovation will provide students with a contemporary dining area that is designed for grabbing a quick meal to go, or sitting down and sharing the meal experience with others,” said David Annis, director of dining services. “With a mix of tables, booths, bar, patio and lounge seating, the Selleck Food Court will provide a variety of seating choices in an active environment.”

The renovation will convert Selleck’s Presidential Dining Room into a new space that allows for glute-free meal options.

“The gluten-free restaurant is important in that it will provide a needed service to students in the core of campus,” Annis said.

The renovations are scheduled for completion by the start of the 2021 fall semester.

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