Clayton State is Eating Mor Chikin
Clayton State really is "Eating Mor Chikin'." Clayton State's new Chick-fil-A Express has exceeded sales projections in its first month of operation in the Natural & Behavioral Sciences Building. The Chick-fil-A Express is operated by the Forest Park Dwarf House, and is open Monday through Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
“The Forest Park Dwarf House has been a wonderful community partner, and a strong supporter of both athletics and academics at Clayton State,” says Kate Troelstra, vice president for External Relations. The Dwarf House recently partnered with the University to present Clayton State's Student-Athletes of the Month, and it is also actively involved in the First Lego League Competition that is held on campus every January that brings hundreds of middle school students to campus.
Consistent with Clayton State's solicitation policy, recognized student organizations (RSOs) are permitted to purchase food from outside vendors for their approved events, and Chick-fil-A is always a popular choice.
“The Forest Park Dwarf House has worked with Clayton State to set up a convenience billing arrangement that simplifies the administration of RSO events and fundraisers,” says Corlis Cummings, vice president for Business and Operations. “Another great benefit for our employees is that by showing your LakerCard when dining at the Dwarf House, you will receive a 10 percent discount under the Laker Perks program.”