Residents of Bluff, Prairie or Woodland Halls must purchase one of two mandatory meal plans, Plan A or Plan B.
Cougar Village and Evergreen Hall residents may opt to participate in any of the five meal plans: Plan A, Plan B, Plan D, Plan E, Plan F.
When choosing a meal plan, consider how you will use it. Are you going to eat three meals a day, every day? Or maybe just breakfast and lunch five days a week? As you make your decision, please know that you can add money to your plan at any time. You also have the first two weeks of each semester to make a change to plans A and B. Optional plans can be changed any time.
Monies left on meal plans A and B will roll over from the fall semester to the spring semester. At the end of the spring semester, a refund of the “Dining Dollars” balance will be issued if their is no outstanding balance on the student’s account. Monies left on plans D, E, and F will roll from semester to semester until a written request is submitted to the Central Housing Office.
Morris University Center is home to Center Court that features The Grille, Deli & Paninis, a hot, classic entree area, the Garden Patch, Noodle & Pasta Bar and Sweet Surprises & Baker’s Nook. In addition, students may dine at Chick-fil-A Express, Taco Bell Express, Pizza Hut Express, Freshens, Auntie Anne’s Pretzels, and Starbucks.
Dining Services has satellite locations in two residence halls: the Bluff Hall Cafe and Woodland Hall Cart. Cougar Village residents and their guests can visit the Cougar Village Commons Grill and Convenience Store. And, to grab a quick bite between classes, students often retreat to the Skywalk Café, which is conveniently located between two main academic buildings – Founders and Alumni Halls.