How They Work
Meal plans come with a combination of meals and Dining Dollars. Meals can be used in our two all-you-care-to-eat dining halls (Sadler Center and the Commons) and at Marketplace in Campus Center. Dining Dollars can be used like cash at any dining locations on campus: Cosi in Sadler, Tribe Truck, Element Cafe at the Integrated Science Center, Boehly Cafe at the Business School, the Law School Cafe, Monticello Cafe at the School of Education, Aromas in Swem Library, Chick-fil-A and Domino’s Pizza delivery.
Sophomores residing in campus-owned property are required to select the Freedom, Gold 19 or Block 175 meal plan. Students residents of campus-managed apartments* may select from any plan, including the Commuter 50 and Commuter 25. If a meal plan is not selected, the Gold 19 plan will be automatically applied to your account. You may change your meal plan until the end of the add/drop period. For the 2018-2019 academic year, the add/drop period ends on Friday, September 7 for the fall semester and Monday, January 28 for the spring semester.
Academic Year 2018-2019 Meal Plans
Changes beyond what is allowed by social class are rare and must be approved by the Meal Plan Petition Committee after the submission of a completed Meal Plan Petition. Petitions approved after add/drop will result in financial adjustments based on a daily meal rate.
Need to make an allowable meal plan adjustment after the add/drop period? Email [[w|dining]]. Changes will include a $25 processing fee in addition to refunds based on the daily meal rate. Daily meal rate charges do not apply to changes made prior to add/drop.
*Undergraduate students residing in campus-managed apartments are required to select a meal plan. If a meal plan is not selected, the student will be defaulted to the Gold 19 plan. Campus-managed apartments are defined as Ludwell, Tribe Square, Cabell and Nicholas apartments and the Grad Complex.