Tully’s Dining Center to undergo renovations starting April 28

Meal service and Rolling Lion Food Truck available during finals week
Tully's Cafe digital menu boards
Credit: Mackenzie Cullen

WYOMISSING, Pa. – Tully’s Dining Center at Penn State Berks will undergo renovations starting Sunday, April 28. Meal service will continue through Thursday, May 2 in Multipurpose Room 2 of Perkins Student Center and in addition, Penn State’s traveling food truck, the Rolling Lion, will be open for lunch and dinner from April 28 through Thursday, May 2. Extended hours at Creekside Market will also be available for students’ convenience. 

Highlights of the $4.5 million renovation include a breakfast bar, all-new pasta station, digital menu boards, new dish return station featuring an ADA-compliant ramp, stacked cashier stations for more efficient use of space, built-in Penn State Eats pickup area for added mobile ordering convenience, and increased seating capacity for 200 people. 

“We’re excited and thankful that we can invest in improvements to the student experience here at Tully’s and at Penn State Berks,” said Linda MacDuff, director of Housing and Food Services. “With the introduction of the new floorplan and seating options, we’re confident that Tully’s will continue to serve as a vibrant hub for community engagement and provide excellent dining options to our students and guests.” 

Updates of the renovations will be posted on the Penn State Berks Housing and Food Services Instagram. For more information, contact MacDuff at [email protected] or Neil LaGreca, assistant director of Housing and Food Services, at [email protected].