Smith respects the role of food in the lives of students, not only for physical sustenance, but as an expression of culture and faith. The Center for Religious & Spiritual Life works with Dining Services to provide daily and holiday meals in accordance with Jewish and Muslim religious requirements (see Dietary Accommodations).
Our Kosher-Halal dining facility at Cutter-Ziskind serves lunch and dinner five days a week. The facility is supervised by David Aminia, a mashgiach trained through the Orthodox Va'ad in Springfield. In addition, Zabihah meat is provided in a separate bay in the dining room for Muslim students. Visit the Dining Services website to make a reservation.
Kosher Co-op Kitchen
The Smith College Jewish Community Kosher Kitchen (“the K”) at Jordan House serves kosher vegetarian co-op meals on Friday evenings and holidays.
Vegan & Vegetarian
The Northrop-Gillett dining room serves vegetarian and vegan meals three times a day, seven days a week. In addition, vegetarian options can be found at most dining halls for most meals.