Two Point Campus Food Course Guide

Two Points Campus allows players to take complete freedom to run and manage a college campus to their liking. From constructing various classrooms, lecture halls, and libraries to appointing teachers and staff, players are also required to design courses for admitted students. In this Two Points Campus guide, we will look at the gastronomy course and how you can implement it in your college. So without further ado, let’s study hard!

Gastronomic requirements

In Two Points Campus, students can take various courses while studying on campus, and fine dining is one of the many you can offer. This course will be available at the start of Piazza Lanatra, after spending 30 course points and students can register from here to take the course in their respective semesters.

A certified gastronomy teacher will guide all registered students in the savory kitchen, the sweet kitchen, the science laboratory and the amphitheater. The duration of the Gastronomy course is three years and belongs to the medium difficulty level. The average tuition that students will have to pay to register for classes will be 9,000.

Below is a set of requirements to successfully launch this course on your college campus.


Players will need to appoint a qualified Gastronomy teacher to ensure the successful launch of the Gastronomy course on their campus. Additionally, you can further train your staff with advanced gastronomy qualifications by upgrading your course beyond Level 3.


Players will need the following rooms to start the Gastronomy course on their campus;


To meet self-study and student assignment requirements outside the classroom premises, you will need the following rooms;

  • Library (Cost: 5000)
  • Salty Cooking (Cost: 30,100)
  • Sweet Cooking (Cost: 35,100)
  • Science Lab (cost: 18,200)


To satisfy the student self-study and assignment requirements, players will be required to provide students with the following;

  • Chopping Station (Cost: 600)
  • Mixing station (cost: 2000)
  • Cooking station (cost: 2000; congratulations: 200)
  • Recipe Station (Cost: 600)
  • Car wash (Cost: 750)
  • Super Chef (Cost: 25,000)
  • Pastries (Cost: 30,000)
  • Proving Station (cost: 3,500; kudos: 15)
  • Science Station (cost: 3,000; kudos: 15)
  • Microscope (Cost: 16.00; Kudos: 150)
  • Library (Cost: 3,500)
  • Gourmet Library (Cost: 6,000; Kudos: 150)
  • Archives Cabinet (Cost: 5,000; Kudos: 4,000)
  • Computer Booth (Cost: 8,000)
  • Textbook Booth (Cost: 4,000)
  • Study Cabin (Cost: 4,000)

Gastronomy lessons

Gastronomy is a three-year course, and each year has a total of 3 courses that students must complete to graduate.

First year

During the first year of Gastronomy, students will have three classes, each with its designated room.

Conference room
Students will follow “Utensils 101: It’s a Spoon” in the amphitheater.

Tasty cuisine
Students will take the courses “Cooking and Teamwork: From Professional Roles to Buns” and “Managing the Heat: Entering the Kitchen” in the Salty Kitchen.

Second year

During the second year of Gastronomy, students will again have three classes, each with its designated room.

Sweet cooking
Students will take ‘Just Desserts’ in the Sweet Kitchen.

Tasty cuisine
Students will take “Salt, Pepper, and the Spiciest Meatball” in the Salty Kitchen.

Conference room
Students will take ‘What’s Nicer than a Roast?’ in the Amphitheater.

Third year

During the third and final year of Gastronomy, students will conclude the course with three classes, each with its designated room.

Sweet cooking
Students will take ‘Sweet Treats: Life After Savory’ in the Sweet Kitchen.

Scientific laboratory
Students will follow the course “Molecular Gastronomy” in the science laboratory.

Tasty cuisine
Students will follow “The Future of Flavours” in the science lab.

Gastronomy assignments

While taking the 2 Point Campus Food Course, students can also complete certain tasks outside of the classroom called homework which will reward them with XP upon completion.

Below is a list of available assignments and their requirements.

Orientation of the library

book report
Requires: Library

Food Technology
Requires: mixing station

library computing
Requires: Computer cabin

Specialized book report
Requires: Gastronomy Library

lab work
Requires: Microscope and experimental station

library study
Requires: Study cabin

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