Dining on Campus
Wallace State students, employees, and visitors enjoy a variety of meal options on campus. Local restaurants and fast-food establishments are also located within a short walk or drive from campus.
Wally's Grill and WSCC Cafe
Wally's Grill is located in the Gudger Student Center. It is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The Grill offers a variety of hot sandwiches, chicken fingers, fries, onion rings, salad, soup, and more. The WSCC Cafe is located in the School of Nursing and Center for Science and is open from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Thursday. The cafe offers salads, cold sandwiches, pizza, smoothies, coffee, hot chocolate, bagels, yogurt, and more. Visit the Grill and Cafe Facebook page for Soup of the Day updates and more information.
The Grill and Cafe are where Residence Hall students who are enrolled in the Meal Plan take their meals, which include hot meal options for dinner.
Dining with Wallace State's Culinary Arts Program
The Wallace State Culinary Arts program serves lunch most Wednesdays from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the Cafe at the School of Nursing and Center for Science, located at the north end of campus. All meals are $5 each, including a choice of tea or water. Tax is included. The menu features gourmet as well as lighter fare, and rotates approximately monthly. (Meals are served as takeout only at this time.) Notifications of dates and menus are sent to your WSCC email.
Current Menu - Mardi Gras
Wallace State's Culinary Arts program will host is first Wednesday lunch this week with an "Eat Better, Live Better" themed menu. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Peinhardt Conference Center in the School of Nursing and Center for Science. Meals are $5 each and include a drink of tea or water.
Salad: Shrimp Remoulade Vieux Carré
A delicate bed of butter lettuce, layered with flavorful poached shrimp in a spicy remoulade styled dressing and topped with shredded red cabbage, green onions, yellow bell pepper and grape tomatoes (all the colors of Mardi Gras).
Soup: Mardi Gras Gumbo Ya-Ya
A dark and deeply flavored gumbo featuring chicken, Tasso ham and andouille sausage cooked long and slow in the Cajun tradition with onions, peppers, celery and more than a few secret ingredients. Garnished with white rice and served with Creole hush puppies.
Sandwich: Bourbon Street Muffuletta
Our take on the classic sandwich which originated in the famed Central Grocery in New Orleans. We start with a special muffuletta roll (actually baked in New Orleans) and layer it high with deli ham, Genoa salami, capicola and provolone cheese then we smother it with a zesty olive salad, made in house for this awesome sandwich. Served with your choice of chips.
Pasta: Blackened Chicken Jambalaya Pasta
Zesty blackened chicken is quickly sautéed with andouille sausage, garlic, onions and red and green bell peppers. This mixture is finished with a touch of cream and tossed with penne pasta... Garnished with green onions and Parmesan cheese.
Entrée: Shrimp and Crawfish Etouffée
Shrimp and crawfish tails are smothered in a rich sauce of onions, celery, garlic, tomato, bell pepper and Cajun spices with a splash of cream. Served with Stompin’Cheese Grits. Definitely not for the faint of heart.
Combo: Soup, Salad or Sandwich Combo
Can't decide between a soup, salad or sandwich? Let us help with our combo meal! Choose two half items instead. You have a choice of a half sandwich, half salad or half soup.
Food for Thought
The Wallace State Campus Ministries organization hosts its Food For Thought meal on the first and third Monday of each month, as the schedule allows, in the Student Center Lobby, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Area churches bring in food to serve in support of the program. A donation of at least $2 is encouraged, with funds used to support student mission trips. Keep an eye on the Wallace State Calendar of Events for dates.
On occasion, the Wallace State Alumni Association will invite food trucks on campus. Alumni Association members are usually given a discount of some kind during these visits. Keep an eye on the Wallace State Calendar of Events for dates.
|Meal Plan Rates
|Plan A (8 Meals per week)
|Plan B (12 Meals per week)
|Fall and Spring Semesters
Nearby Eating Establishments
There are numerous chain and locally-owned eating establishments near the Wallace State Community College Campus. Some offer discounts with Wallace State ID cards, just ask!
- Cafe Tula Taqueria
- Dairy Queen
- Domino’s Pizza
- Hanceville Drug Company (Ice Cream Parlor)
- Hanceville Exxon
- Jack’s Hamburgers
- Luna’s BBQ
- Lupe’s Mexican Restaurant
- Pop's Cafe
- Reyes Pizza
- Taco Bell
- Warehouse Discount Grocery Deli