Residential Student Meal Plans
Underclassmen Meal Plans
On August 6, 2020, University Dining revised its Residential Meal Plans for students with 0–59 earned credit hours who are living in on-campus housing based on adjustments made to service for Fall 2020. These Meal Plan changes will continue for the Spring 2021 semester. Students automatically receive an Access 165 plan, which includes 165 dining hall entries and $405 Dining Dollars for a total reduced rate of $1,710 as part of their room and board for the fall and spring semesters. Once the Meal Plans have been applied for the spring semester, underclassmen who live on campus can change to the Access 135 plan through the academic drop/add deadline in January.
Fall Meal Plan entries do not roll over to the spring semester. Dining Dollars can be used in any on-campus restaurant across both campuses. Dining Dollars do carry over from fall to spring and can be used through the end of the Spring 2021 semester.
Upperclassmen Meal Plans
Students with 60 or more earned credit hours and graduate students living in on-campus housing automatically receive an Access 50 Meal Plan for $505 as part of their housing package for fall and spring semesters. Upperclassmen can to change to the Access 20 plan or upgrade to the Access 135 or the Access 165 plan through the academic drop/add deadline each semester.
Entries can be used at both of our award-winning dining halls, The Commons (Kennesaw) and Stingers (Marietta). You may use your entries into the dining halls through the end of each semester. Fall entries do not roll over to the spring semester.
Dining Dollars can be used in any on-campus restaurant across both campuses. Dining Dollars from the fall carry over and may be used through the end of the Spring 2021 semester.
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or contact the Meal Plan office to learn more about our Residential Meal plans.