Thanks guys, will try the salad option (probably a very good idea) and go condiment shopping.
To answer Yogi's question:
The dining hall has a 'grill' (not a real grill by any measure) and the standard food area.
The food provided in the standard area is different every day (often very 'unclean' -- think meatball subs, or deep-fried chicken nuggets), whilst the grill prepares food 'made-to-order'. The options for the grill are: eggs, chicken breast, beef burger patty, turkey burger patty, beef sausage. The beef sausage is processed crap, nothing more, nothing less. Eggs are good. The turkey burger patty is a blend of 'vegetables, brown rice and turkey' (if you trust the label) -- better next semester, not appropriate now. The beef burger patties come with boatloads of fat (and not all healthy animal fat), so also not appropriate now. The chicken is (nutritionally) fine, but there isn't a person at that grill who knows how to cook chicken -- it comes out with the consistency and flavour of rubber.
Thus, for now at least, I am eating rubbery chicken by any means necessary. Will load up on some beef burger patties when I'm looking to gain some weight.
There are areas nearby where I could purchase some food, but:
1. Definitely don't have time in my schedule to prepare food
2. Probably don't have time in my schedule to walk far away for a meal
3. Do I really want to buy a meal elsewhere, when the cost of roughly 2.5 meals could get me a whole bag of Metabolic Drive protein, and I can just suck it up and eat the rubber chicken in the dining hall?