Frequently Asked Questions
Am I required to have a meal plan?
Yes, all first- and second- year students who are living in University-operated housing are required to have a full residential meal plan. New students can choose between the Unlimited Plus, Unlimited, or Basic Unlimited. Returning, transfer and graduate students can choose between the Unlimited Plus, Unlimited, or Basic Unlimited or 175 Block. You will indicate your meal plan choice on your housing application. For more information on meal plans, visit the Dining Services website.
Can I change my meal plan?
Who do I speak to if I have documented dietary needs or food allergy?
Contact the Registered Dietitian with Dining Services to discuss your needs. If the needs cannot be met within the dining facilities, they will work with Accessibility and Disability Services to issue a meal plan accommodation. Contact information for the Registered Dietitian can be found online.
How do I request a meal plan exemption?
During the housing application process, students can request a meal plan exemption if they have extenuating circumstances preventing them from eating successfully on campus. Students with a documented dietary need or food allergy should connect with the Registered Dietitian in Dining Services and Accessibility and Disability Services first. Contact information for the Registered Dietitian can be found online.
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