Campuses are full of events every single day. From career fairs and bid days to luncheons and banquets, there’s always a need to curate a food experience with catering menus that will satisfy your guests. Maybe you’re looking for a coffee truck service to show appreciation for professors and campus staff, or perhaps you want a sprawling buffet to put on an event to recruit people to your organization or into your athletics program— whatever it is, NYFTA’s wide range of cuisines and dining services along with our ample campus catering capabilities make the perfect fit for any and all campus events.
College students sure have an appetite, but they don’t always have the budget or time to get the kind of delicious, elevated culinary experience they’re looking for. There are many reasons why food trucks are a natural fit for college campuses, but the biggest draw is for on-campus event catering.
That’s where NYFTA comes in. NYFTA’s gourmet, specialty food trucks offer high-end and high-quality meals for a reasonable price, making them the perfect fit for an extracurricular club event, a dorm party, or even a Greek life charity fundraiser. Why order from the same pizza chain the students go to for a late-night bite when you can get any kind of food you want from fun and festive food trucks? Drop the university catering and book an NYFTA food truck today for our unique campus catering services so you can ball on a budget!
Brandish your school colors on a local coffee cart for the students and faculty to enjoy. Nothing ties the event together like sporting the university blues and representing your school mascot on a local branded coffee bar!
Absolutely! NYFTA can source as many vendors as needed for your event, from a single cart to dozens of food trucks.
Yes! After filling out our event catering form an event coordinator from our team will reach out. Please discuss any allergies or restrictions with the event coordinator. All of our trucks have gluten and dairy-free options available.
Yes, NYFTA is a licensed vendor with the New York State Department of Education.