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Texas State and Chartwells are providing free to-go lunches at Harris Dining Hall for Texas State faculty and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Faculty and staff on campus during the COVID-19 pandemic are being provided free to-go lunches by Texas State administration in partnership with Chartwells Dining Services.

The faculty and staff lunch pick-up program began March 30 and has now served over 8,000 meals, according to a press release from Chartwells. The meals are available at Harris Dining Hall every weekday by walking up or placing a group pre-order.

Chartwells is also providing the free lunches to the Round Rock campus by using the Texas State mail delivery system.

With the cancellation of in-person classes for the remainder of the semester, Chartwells has been able to use the food intended for the regular semester in the free lunch program.

Texas State faculty and staff can visit Harris Dining Hall on the west side of campus at 700 Moore St. for a free meal.

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