DXpress at Dietrick Hall
DXpress is perfect for the student on the run. It offers a broad selection of grab-n-go fare and is open late, including weekends, which is sure to suit anyone's needs. Whether it's a late-night meal, a breakfast sandwich on the way to class, or a quick lunch, DXpress will keep your life running smoothly. DXpress opened in 1995 and was renovated in 2004 and 2009. The 2009 renovation created an additional seating area with a focus on providing a place for students to gather, study, and eat. Open- front displays made the grab-and-go service even faster and more convenient. DXpress is located in the lower level of Dietrick Dining Center, which is named for former dean of the College of Agriculture, L.B. "Deet" Dietrick. The building opened in 1970 and ranks as one of the largest non-military dining halls in the United States.