• Our Commitment to You

    We're dedicated to creating delicious dishes and homemade treats using only the freshest, most wholesome ingredients. That's the Pearson's promise.
  • Dig In

    Hungry to learn more? Click around to start exploring our pages.
  • At Your Service

    With four different dining facilities on campus that range from all-you-can-eat to grab-and-go, Pearson's is there for you with your first morning coffee to your last late-night bite.
  • Ask the Chef

    • I'm a commuter student. What dining options do I have?

      We offer a meal plan for our commuter students. Students can also add flex dollars to their account and use them at Mercy Market or Brewed Awakenings.

    • What's for lunch and dinner in the café?

      We offer many choices for lunch and dinner. Our dining hall includes deli and salad bars, soup and pasta stations, a grill, pizza oven, and home-style station that serve up delicious entrées and desserts. We even cater to gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan diets. Check out our weekly menu to see what's offered today.

    • Is the dining hall the only place I can eat?

      Not at all! Besides the café, students can grab a bite at Brewed Awakenings, Mercy Market, or in the evenings at The Chalet.

    • Do you offer gluten-free or vegan foods?

      We feature vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free items in the café daily. To learn more about how we cater to those with food restrictions, click through to our page about specialty diets.

    • Where do the ingredients you use come from?

      As much as possible, we aim to use ingredients that come from local farms and Maine companies. Click through for a total list of our regional partners and their products.

    • As an SJC coach, can I order food to go for my student-athletes?

      Certainly, just visit the link for ordering details and email catering@sjcme.edu with your request.

    • I love how fresh and healthy your food is! Do you have any tips for me at home?

      Join us periodically for our Healthy Cooking Series on campus, where we share recipes, facts, and techniques for living well. Click the link to view videos of past sessions.