Meal Plan Overviews & Who’s Eligible

All students are eligible to purchase meal plans. First Year students are required to live on campus and enroll in the Premium Plan. Second Year students must live on campus and are required to enroll in the 160 Plan as a minimum. Second Year students are also eligible to purchase the 220 or Premium Plan. Juniors, Seniors and Graduate students may (but are not required to) enroll in any Meal Plan.

Premium Plan
The premium plan provides multiple access each meal period to Carmichael and Dewick-MacPhie Dining Centers OR one visit to Hodgdon each meal period. Carmichael and Dewick-MacPhie are open continuously seven days a week. Four guest meals and $80 JumboCash are provided with the Premium plan. This plan is the best value for students who want to take full advantage of all meals provided. Required of all first year students.

220 Plan
This plan provides 220 meals per term. This plan is the best value for students who will be eating an average of 13 meals per week in the dining centers. Sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students are eligible to enroll in this plan.

160 Plan
This plan provides 160 meals per term. This plan is the best value for students who will be eating an average of 10 meals per week in the dining centers. This plan is favored to sophomores, but is also available to juniors, seniors, and graduate students.

100 Plan
This plan provides 100 meals per term. This plan is the best value for students who will be eating an average of 6 meals per week in the dining centers. Juniors, seniors, and graduate students may enroll in this plan.

80 Plan
This plan provides 80 meals per term. This plan is the best value for students who will be eating an average of 5 meals per week in the dining centers. Juniors and seniors who want to eat only one meal on campus each day will find this plan attractive. Graduate students may purchase this plan.

40 Plan
This plan provides 40 meals per term. This plan is the best value for students who will be eating an average of 2-3 meals per week in the dining centers. Juniors and seniors who want to eat 2 or 3 meals on campus each week will find this plan attractive. Graduate students may purchase this plan.