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Round 1
  • Yale University
    5 Votes

    Few Ivy League schools can contend with Yale's scholarly pursuits toward deliciousness. This legendary university keeps its students on target with its many vegan offerings. Most valuable entrée: Vegan chicken piccata.

  • Arizona State University
    10 Votes

    A total revamp of Arizona State's dining program is what earned this school a spot on the list. After more than 2,000 students signed a petition asking for vegan options, the university committed to opening a vegan station in each dining location at each of its four campuses.

  • University of Rochester
    5 Votes

    Rochester is back on the list this year, thanks to the hard work of the Student Association of Vegan and Vegetarian Youth, which works with the school to create comprehensive lists of what is and isn't vegan on campus and pushes for more options in each dining location.

  • University of Pennsylvania
    80 Votes

    Appearing for the first time on our Favorite Vegan-Friendly College list, UPenn's delectable vegan options are thanks in part to the student-run Penn Vegan Society.

  • Kent State University
    29 Votes

    A returning runner-up from last year's contest, Kent State has got the goods with its Veggie A-Go-Go program at both Prentice Hall and the Eastway Center.

  • Duke University
    49 Votes

    Returning from last year's contest, the Blue Devils actually live in vegan heaven. Most valuable entrée: Vegan portobello Sloppy Joe sliders.

  • University of Florida
    10 Votes

    Another regular on peta2's list, UF makes some fantastic vegan meals. Gator Dining Services even supplies free vegan chili for the yearly Veg Fest on campus.

  • University of South Florida
    63 Votes

    USF has some truly great vegan options, thanks in no small part to the student group SPEAK. Most valuable entrée: Vegan chipotle chicken taco.

Round 2
  • University of Pennsylvania
    37 Votes

    Appearing for the first time on our Favorite Vegan-Friendly College list, UPenn's delectable vegan options are thanks in part to the student-run Penn Vegan Society.

  • Kent State University
    99 Votes

    A returning runner-up from last year's contest, Kent State has got the goods with its Veggie A-Go-Go program at both Prentice Hall and the Eastway Center.

  • Duke University
    148 Votes

    Returning from last year's contest, the Blue Devils actually live in vegan heaven. Most valuable entrée: Vegan portobello Sloppy Joe sliders.

  • University of South Florida
    35 Votes

    USF has some truly great vegan options, thanks in no small part to the student group SPEAK. Most valuable entrée: Vegan chipotle chicken taco.

Round 3
  • Duke University
    223 Votes

    Returning from last year's contest, the Blue Devils actually live in vegan heaven. Most valuable entrée: Vegan portobello Sloppy Joe sliders.

  • University of Illinois
    780 Votes

    The fare at Urbana-Champaign is top-notch. Go to any dining location, and you'll find creative dishes. Most valuable entrée: Quinoa lasagne.

Round 4
Round 4
  • Stanford University
    302 Votes

    Stanford students are known for their brain power, and the dining program certainly pushes the envelope with smart creations designed to improve mental acuity and physical health.

Round 3
  • University of North Texas
    721 Votes

    Here's where you'll find the first all-vegan dining hall in the heart of Texas. An all-you-can-eat dream for students, this venue has it all. Most valuable entrée: Too many to list.

  • Stanford University
    735 Votes

    Stanford students are known for their brain power, and the dining program certainly pushes the envelope with smart creations designed to improve mental acuity and physical health.

Round 2
  • Ohio University
    26 Votes

    Ohio University's nonstop list of vegan options puts it in the running. Most valuable entrée: Vegan teriyaki beef and scallions

  • University of Illinois
    171 Votes

    The fare at Urbana-Champaign is top-notch. Go to any dining location, and you'll find creative dishes. Most valuable entrée: Quinoa lasagne.

  • University of North Texas
    214 Votes

    Here's where you'll find the first all-vegan dining hall in the heart of Texas. An all-you-can-eat dream for students, this venue has it all. Most valuable entrée: Too many to list.

  • Stanford University
    267 Votes

    Stanford students are known for their brain power, and the dining program certainly pushes the envelope with smart creations designed to improve mental acuity and physical health.

Round 1
  • Ohio University
    23 Votes

    Ohio University's nonstop list of vegan options puts it in the running. Most valuable entrée: Vegan teriyaki beef and scallions

  • University of Illinois
    115 Votes

    The fare at Urbana-Champaign is top-notch. Go to any dining location, and you'll find creative dishes. Most valuable entrée: Quinoa lasagne.

  • University of Texas at Austin
    16 Votes

    Austin has been named the most vegan-friendly city in the U.S. in past years, and UT-Austin is no different when it comes to plant-based fare. Most valuable entrée: Vegan chili Frito pie.

  • University of North Texas
    48 Votes

    Here's where you'll find the first all-vegan dining hall in the heart of Texas. An all-you-can-eat dream for students, this venue has it all. Most valuable entrée: Too many to list.

  • University of Colorado - Boulder
    14 Votes

    A peta2 vegan-friendly college list regular, CU-Boulder knows how to get it done. Most valuable entrée: Seitan stir-fry.

  • Stanford University
    132 Votes

    Stanford students are known for their brain power, and the dining program certainly pushes the envelope with smart creations designed to improve mental acuity and physical health.

  • University of California - Davis
    20 Votes

    Appearing on peta2's lists every year since 2008, UC Davis is no stranger to delicious vegan fare. Most valuable entrée: Vegan peanut butter–chocolate pie.

  • University of California – San Diego
    7 Votes

    UC San Diego has been named the most vegan-friendly college in the past, thanks to its all-vegan dining facility, Roots.

Round 1
  • Bowdoin College
    4 Votes

    Small liberal arts colleges know how to cater to their vegan students, and this school is no exception. Most valuable entrée: Peruvian vegetable toss with organic quinoa.

  • Bates College
    2 Votes

    Bates College is one of the Maine attractions in the small-schools category. Most valuable entrée: Tempeh cakes with roasted red-pepper sauce.

  • Dartmouth College
    12 Votes

    Dartmouth Dining Services keeps its students happy and healthy with truly delectable vegan treats. Most valuable entrée: Pasta with vegan meatballs.

  • Framingham State University
    15 Votes

    Framingham State is small but mighty. Most valuable entrée: Vegan tofu pad Thai.

  • Wellesley College
    154 Votes

    Wellesley has vegan options that taste as outstanding as they look. Most valuable entrée: Ginger-sesame tofu.

  • Brown University
    1 Votes

    The Bears are back with enough vegan desserts to make any student happy. Most valuable entrée: Vegan quesadillas with Daiya dairy-free cheese.

  • Wesleyan University
    221 Votes

    This acclaimed liberal arts college, which has a history of social justice activism, lives up to the hype when it comes to vegan options. Most valuable entrée: Barbecue seitan.

  • Vassar College
    3 Votes

    With a serious dedication to vegan dining, it's no surprise to see this shining star appear once again on our list.

Round 2
Round 3
  • Wesleyan University
    307 Votes

    This acclaimed liberal arts college, which has a history of social justice activism, lives up to the hype when it comes to vegan options. Most valuable entrée: Barbecue seitan.

  • Shippensburg University
    110 Votes

    Shippensburg sets its students up for success with top-notch fuel. Most valuable entrée: Vietnamese tofu.

Round 4
  • Wesleyan University
    373 Votes

    This acclaimed liberal arts college, which has a history of social justice activism, lives up to the hype when it comes to vegan options. Most valuable entrée: Barbecue seitan.

Round 4
  • Oberlin College
    118 Votes

    Yet another newcomer! But make no mistake—Oberlin earned its way here. Most valuable entrée: Jerk tofu with mango salsa.

Round 3
  • Warren Wilson College
    242 Votes

    Warren Wilson returns to the contest, and why shouldn't it? Its Cowpie Cafe features delicious vegan items that all students can enjoy, and every location offers a variety of vegan foods.

  • Oberlin College
    338 Votes

    Yet another newcomer! But make no mistake—Oberlin earned its way here. Most valuable entrée: Jerk tofu with mango salsa.

Round 2
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