Nazareth Dining

Dining Overview

Meal plans

Meal plan requirements

Resident students living on campus, excluding students living in Breen, Lyons, and Portka apartments, are required to choose a resident dining meal plan. Each meal plan also comes with dining dollars that can be used in the retail locations and/or the dining halls. Dining dollars carry over from fall semester to spring semester; however, they must be redeemed by the end of the academic school year or they are forfeited.

Commuters, graduate students, and resident students living in Breen, Lyons, or Portka apartments have the option of choosing from any of the resident dining meal plans offered as well as an additional five-meal plan option or the Build Your Own Plan (BYOP) option on a voluntary basis.

Dining Dollars

Any student can add dining dollars to their Nazareth ID card throughout the semester. This program offers the ease of not having to carry cash. Under this program a student’s Nazareth ID is used as a debit card: each time food is purchased, money is automatically deducted from the student’s account. This program is also tax-exempt, which means by putting money on your card you do not have to pay tax at the register, saving you money all semester long.

Food allergies or special nutrition needs

For on-campus food options, see the dining services website. Click on Health for details about food allergy and diet needs. If you have questions, contact the dining services manager. After learning about the dining options, if you have concerns about meeting your food allergy or special nutrition needs on campus, fill out the Food Allergy and Special Diet form.

Cooking

Students are not permitted to cook in campus residence hall rooms due to fire and safety ordinances. Cooking is allowed in designated kitchen areas in residence halls.

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