Mobile food-ordering apps are here to stay in the foodservice industry and their popularity is only expected to grow in the coming years . Given this knowledge some college campus dining operations have started to develop their own mobile food-ordering applications . Thus, the current study sought to assess how various aspects of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology and its extensions influence students ’ adoption intentions . The study also assessed the moderating effects of productivity orientation and fear of missing out (FoMO) two behavioral constructs that can have an influence on college students ’ overall behaviors . Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.