Chipotle will now deliver food to classrooms and dormitories at MSU and 39 other universities around the country.
The Denver-based restaurant chain has partnered with Tapingo, a mobile app that makes it easier to place delivery and pick-up orders on restaurants, a press release sent on Tuesday said.
A specific date about when the delivery service will be available was not announced.
“Chipotle has been popular with students going back to our very first restaurant near the University of Denver, and we are always looking for ways to better engage with them," Mark Crumpacker, chief creative and development officer at Chipotle, said in a press release Tuesday.
“Tapingo, which has been well received by students where its services are available, knows how to connect with these younger customers. That shared acceptance among younger customers made them a great choice for us to expand delivery aimed specifically at students.
According to Business Insider, Tapingo charges a $2.99 to $4.99 delivery fee.
Besides MSU, other universities that will have access to the new service this fall are University of Michigan, University of Oregon Eugene, Columbia University, New York University and Rutgers University.
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