The college announced plans to redesign the All Campus Dining Center over the coming summer at a cost of $2.5 million. The renovations aimed to alleviate problems of overcrowding and quality of service by instituting a point system in place of the buffet-style system, relocating the dishwashing stations, presently on the second floor, and the beverage dispensers, moving the card-checkers and removing dividing walls to open rooms C and E into the main dining area on the east side of the building.