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Chick-fil-A breakfast options may be coming to FAU

Random students will be surveyed to determine what the food items should be.

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Sophie Siegel, Staff Writer

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Editor’s note | July 19 , 11:27 a.m. The headline of this story has been updated to reflect the fact that on-campus Chick-fil-A breakfasts are not confirmed yet.

One of Boca Campus Governor Luke Turner’s major campaign promises was to introduce on-campus Chick-fil-A breakfast options, and now that he’s been elected, the process to make it happen is underway.

A paper survey will go out next week asking random students for their opinion on what items should be available.  They will be expected to stay out for a “while,” as Turner hasn’t decided the survey deadline yet.

“[Having breakfast options] would provide more of an incentive for students to come to campus and do work,” he said to the UP.

The survey questions are:

  • Would you like the Chick-fil-A on campus to have a full menu that includes breakfast options?
  • How often do you go to Chick-fil-A?
  • What breakfast item(s) would you like to see on the menu?
  • Would you like to see Chick-fil-A open during the week at an earlier hour than 11 a.m.?

SG will use the data to determine the students’ opinions on the new breakfast plan, or if they even want it in the first place.

Student Body President Kyle MacDonald will meet with Chief Administrative Officer Stacy Volnick in the next couple weeks to discuss the breakfast plan, Turner said. He couldn’t comment on when the new options will be available. 

Check back with the UP for more updates.

Sophie Siegel is a staff writer for the University Press. For information regarding this or other stories, email [email protected]

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Sophie Siegel, Staff Writer

Sophie Siegel is a senior political science major who previously served as a contributing writer. She has previously freelanced for local Palm Beach publications. After graduation, she hopes to report on politics. In her spare time, she likes watching cult classics.

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  1. Dave on July 17th, 2018 2:07 am

    Did you talk to Chartwells? It’s one thing for students to want it, it’s another for them to actually offer it. And to that point, why haven’t they offered it so far? Why is the menu truncated? There are a lot more questions here. Would very much like to hear what they have to say.

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