All on-campus students are required to enroll in a meal plan. Exemptions from this policy are granted for medically documented cases of dietary needs. To engage this process, visit the Student Accessibility Support page and see the links at the bootom of that page. Those forms need to be completed by a medical professional in order for the dietary needs team to consider any case.

Typically meal plan changes will be accepted for a 2 week grace period when the semester begins, through the campus card office. However, a meal plan change may be made (after that time) if there is a change in housing that could make a different meal plan available or unavailable (i.e. moving in or out of the Village). When necessary, prorated meal plan charges will be applied to your sage account.

If you live off-campus, you can purchase a traditional meal plan through the Campus Card Office.

WhoCash is the campus debit plan that can be used for purchases in: All Dining Services locations, Campus bookstore, Copy Center, Hardware Repair Shop (LTS,) Domenic's (Sachar Building,) Public printing and photocopying facilities on campus, Paying library dues and fines, Laundry rooms in all Residence Halls, Prime Deli, Cholmondleys, and Student Service Bureau.

Students eating Kosher have several dining options. Sherman Dining Hall offers a traditional resident dining experience where guests can choose from rotating daily hot entrees on the kosher side of the Dining Hall, and then join their peers to eat in the community dining space. Louis' Deli offers a certified kosher meat deli option and the Hoot Market C-Store has a selection of pre-made kosher sandwiches, salads and snack options for purchase.