Meal Plan FAQs
What is a Meal Plan?
A meal plan is a program that enables students to eat a select number of meals at the dining hall during a given meal period. The meals per week allowance allow you to enjoy a certain number of meals each week for the semester. You can use your meals Monday through Friday for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and on Saturday and Sunday for Brunch and Dinner in our all-you-care-to-eat dining hall as well as in our retail location. Each time you use a meal, it is subtracted from your weekly balance. Meals do not carry over from week to week and the meal plan resets every Sunday night. A valid student identification card must be presented in order to enter the dining halls and your card is non transferable.
What is a Commuter Meal Plan?
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. Purchase a commuter meal plan at the university’s cashier’s office. Financial Aid dollars can be used to purchase the commuter meal plans. You may also pay with MasterCard, Visa, Cash, Money Order.
What are the rates for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the Dining Hall?
Breakfast $4.35 plus tax
Lunch $5.40 plus tax
Dinner $6.40 plus tax
Brunch $5.40 plus tax
Premium $7.00 plus tax
What facilities accept the Meal Plans and Commuter Meal Plans?
The Meal Plans and Commuter Meal Plans are accepted in the dining hall.
If I don't use all of my meals in a given week, do they carry over to the following week?
Meals do not carry over from one week to the next week. You must use all of your meal swipes that particular week or you will lose them.
Can I treat a guest by using two "meals" in a meal period?
No. Unfortunately, your meal plan is non-transferable.
What are the Meal Equivalency Rates?
What is the Meal Equivalency Option?
Meal Equivalency is a meal exchange where students have the choice to have their meals at the retail location in lieu of the Dining Hall at no additional cost.
When can I use my Meal Equivalency?