Dining Services

University Union
Phone: 410-704-2302

Dining Plans

No matter where you go on campus, you can find something good to eat! We have many dining locations and offer a variety of dining plans (including vegetarian and kosher cuisine) as well as a-la-carte dining.

Students living in Glen Complex, Residence Tower, Prettyman, Scarborough, Richmond, Newell, Barton and Douglass are required to purchase a flex dining plan. Students living in The Residences at 10 West in apartments with convenience kitchens are also required to purchase a meal plan. Additional meals and snacks can be purchased through a Dining Points debit account. Dining Points can be used at any Dining Services outlet on campus. Dining Points carry over from term to term as long as you are a registered student. Dining Points are non-transferable, non-refundable. Students access their dining plan and Dining Points through their OneCard ID. For more information, visit our website, or call Auxiliary Services, 410-704-2530. A student’s dining plan status can be viewed at the OneCard website.

Choosing a Dining Plan

Resident students can choose from various dining plans. Plans range in size from 10, 14, 19, 21 and unlimited number of meals per week. Plans accommodate kosher, vegetarian, vegan and halal students and provide options for different dietary or allergy needs.

Plans offer students the option of eating at any time of day and as often as they desire.

Students living off campus and at Millennium Hall, Paca, Tubman House, Carroll, Marshall or Towson Run Apartments are not required to have a dining plan but may choose one of the flex plans (recommended) or Block Plans which offer a specific number of meals per week each term at a fixed price.

Prices are subject to change. For more information, visit our website.

Meal Plans for Students with Apartments

Students with their own apartments usually choose one of the Block meal plans. Eating with a Block dining plan is easier than shopping for food, fixing it, and cleaning up afterwards. When students use up one block, they can purchase another. Block plans are good for the entire academic year (September–May) and are offered in blocks of 25, 50, 75 and 100 meals.