Cabrini CAP (Campus Activities and Programming Board) and SEaL (Student Engagement and Leadership) love to engage students whenever they can. Recently, they’ve been hosting food truck Thursdays where businesses come in their food trucks and pass out free merchandise for the first 75 or 100 students in line.
On April 8, Cabrini hosted Steve’s Prince of Steaks; on April 15, DonutNV; April 22, Pitruco Pizza and on April 29, Mr. Softee.
Specifically, with the food trucks, the event calendar distributed to students at the beginning of every month provides the community with fun events every week. The food trucks sometimes begin at noon or 6pm. Students line-up up to an hour beforehand to be the first receivers.
The food truck Thursdays have become a routine in the students’ schedules where everyone looks forward to seeing friends in line and waiting for free merchandise. Cabrini has been one of the few universities that will try as hard as it does to involve everyone in the community.
For days when food trucks aren't on campus, there are plenty of small businesses and chains around Cabrini University, providing a variety of options for off-campus dining. Most students don’t have access to cars, so the Cabrini shuttle travels around the small township driving students to different locations.