Your Dining Plan Options
DineXtra Declining Balance Program
DineXtra is available to all students throughout the academic year. You can purchase DineXtra dollars along with a traditional or community meal plan or just as DineXtra dollars alone. DineXtra is better than cash because you receive a bonus value of up to 10% of the amount added. (The bonus is 1% for $100, 2% for $200, and so on up to 10% for $1,000).
Community Dining Plans
Community Dining plans are particularly suited to fit the needs of graduate students. Students can be very flexible in how they chose to use their meals/blocks because these plans offer a certain amount of meals per semester. Have a busy week and plan on eating on-campus almost every day? Going out of town the next week for an interview? The community dining plans give you the flexibility to eat meals where and when you want. These plans also include flexible dollars so that students can purchase food items outside of their meals/blocks.
It's important to note that unused meals/blocks and flexible dollars do not roll over between semesters.
Meal blocks consist of an entree, drink, and side(s) all for one price. This flat-rate price is more cost-efficient than buying each piece separately and is an option available at all dining locations on campus.
Traditional Dining Plans
Traditional Dining plans offer value through the block/meal program and flexibility via the Flexible dollars provided per semester. There are four different levels of traditional plans.