A meal plan is a program that enables students to eat a select number of meals at the Dining Halls during a given period. All residential students must purchase a meal plan.
Our meal plan has been designed to accommodate the various needs of our students. The continuous dining plan includes on campus meals each week as well as in The Sub Shop through meal equivalency.
When you purchase a meal plan, your student identification card becomes your pass to eat in the Dining Hall. Uneaten meals do not carryover as your meal plan is reset each week.
Meal equivalency is a meal exchange where students have the choice of eating in The Sub Shop in lieu of eating in the dining hall at no additional cost. If the cost of your meal exceeds the meal equivalency rate ($3.75), the remaining balance owed will be paid in cash, MasterCard, or Visa.
Students may use their meal equivalency Monday through Friday from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm, and from 4:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
Designed exclusively for commuter students, faculty and staff, the commuter meal plan is great for the occasional diner. The meal plan offers a convenient, hassle free way to always enjoy a delicious meal or grab a quick bite, without ever searching for a quarter. Purchase a commuter meal plan at the Cashier’s Office through your student account. You may pay with MasterCard, Visa, Cash, Money Order or Financial Aid Credit.
Learn more about commuter meal plans, including cost, on the meal plan page.
The Meal Plans and Commuter Meal Plans are accepted in the Dining Halls . In the dining hall, you can enjoy a wide variety of popular all-you-can-eat menu options in a comfortable atmosphere. The Dining Hall offers something for everyone! Whether you are interested in traditional cuisine similar to what your mother prepares at home or something else, the hall is sure to have what you desire.
Meals do not carry over from one week to the next week.
Although your meal plan is non-transferable, you may purchase a meal for another guest with your flex dollars.
Yes! You may change your meal plan during the first two weeks of the semester. After the first two weeks of the semester, you can upgrade only.