Fourth-​​year stu­dent Rebecca Miller stood first in line on Monday for the grand opening of Northeastern’s food truck, dubbed “Hungry, Hungry Husky.” Her order was already set: a South­west veggie taco, the hash-​​n-​​eggs fries and a whoopie pie of choco­late cookie and Oreo filling.

More than 30 stu­dents lined up behind Miller at Cabot Court prior to the food truck’s opening at 11:30 a.m., and about 200 cus­tomers were served during the entire lunch period.

To stir up excite­ment for the food truck, a naming con­test was launched in Sep­tember, fol­lowed by teasers and clues posted to Twitter and Face­book in the ensuing weeks. The buzz clearly paid off, judging by the number of entries received — more than 650 stu­dents sub­mitted names — and by the size of the crowd that gath­ered on Monday.

It’s embar­rassing how much I’ve been fol­lowing it,” Miller joked.

The win­ning name came in from seven sep­a­rate con­test entries, said Deb Fan­tasia, mar­keting director for Chartwells. The food truck will be called H3 for short.

H3 will set up in var­ious loca­tions on campus. Lunch will begin at 11:30 a.m., and the menu will remain the same Monday through Thursday, with a fresh lunch menu on Fridays.

A sep­a­rate menu will be avail­able when the food truck opens for late-​​night hours on Thursday, Dec. 1. Late-​​night ser­vice will be open on Thursday, Friday and Sat­urday evenings from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

The menu con­sists of items stu­dents selected as their favorites during last spring’s “Edu­cate Your Palate” event at Inter­na­tional Vil­lage, which was planned in antic­i­pa­tion of the food truck’s launch this fall.

Stu­dents can use their Husky Dol­lars, Dining Dol­lars, credit or debit cards to pur­chase food. Infor­ma­tion about the truck and menu is avail­able online at nudining​.com.

Stu­dents who lined up on Monday were encour­aged by the food selec­tion and prices.

I really appre­ciate that there are clear veg­e­tarian options. It’s good to see some­thing new and fresh,” said Frank Marino, a fourth-​​year student.

Marino said he’s thrilled North­eastern jumped aboard the food truck craze with its own “Husky twist.”

I’m excited to see that we’ve got a food truck to call our own,” Marino said.