Meal Plans & Dining Options
Each apartment has a full kitchen with standard appliances. Still, many students may enjoy the convenience of a meal plan provided by Dining Services. You can pay for food — in the Commons, the campus coffee shops, or in vending machines — with your CrimsonCard. The CrimsonCard is your official identification. It acts as your campus ID, a library card, a debit card, and even a building access card for students living in our residence halls.
For information about the available meal plans, visit the Meal Plan webpage.
Each apartment has a full kitchen with standard appliances, but if you don’t feel like cooking there are several on-campus dining options and healthy choices.
The most popular place to dine is our campus commons, a café-style dining area conveniently located in the center of campus overlooking the lake. Here you can help yourself to an assortment of fresh food, including grilled specials, soups, salads, sandwiches, and entrees.
The University Grounds Coffee Shop is laid back and modern, and offers almost every coffee drink imaginable. Plus it serves coffee-free drink options and breakfast snacks.
The Library Bistro is a quiet spot that mixes the best of all worlds: it’s part coffee shop, part sandwich station. It’s the perfect place to grab a snack during a study break.