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ERIC Number: ED081337
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Apr
Pages: 52
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The Commuting Student Study, Report IV: Food Facilities.
Williamson, W. J.; And Others
This report presents a detailed analysis of the food facilities at the University of Alberta. Emphasis is placed on the three main supplies of food: the peak production of cafeterias at meal times, the snack facilities, and vending machines. Study results indicate: (1) extensive use of the students' union building cafeterias; (2) reported use of vending machines is high (80%); (3) over 50% of the sample reported bringing bag lunches; (4) food facilities for resident students are satisfactory; (5) students who reported returning home for meals (42.5% of the sample) indicated they were satisfied with the arrangements; and (6) the main place for eating remains the students' union building followed by buildings which house the larger vending machine complexes. Appendices include statistical data. Related documents are HE 004 491, HE 004 492, HE 004 493, and HE 004 526. (MJM)
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Authoring Institution: Alberta Univ., Edmonton. Office of Institutional Research and Planning.