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Housing & Residence Life: Meal Plans

2017-2018 Meal Plans

The Armstrong PirateCard makes it easy and convenient to dine on campus. All students living on-campus are required to purchase a meal plan EACH SEMESTER. If a student does not make a specific meal plan selection, the minimum required meal plan for their residential area will be assigned to them until they indicate a different preference. Students are also required to purchase a meal plan during the Summer semester.

Meal Plan rates are listed below. All rates are pending Board of Regents' approval and are subject to change.

If the student does not make a selection, he/she will automatically be assigned to the minimum required plan based on their Enrollment status.

NOTE: Meal plans can not be decreased in value after the first week of classes. Meals per week do not roll over from one week to the next. Additionally, any meals remaining at the end of the Fall semester WILL NOT roll over to the Spring semester. Any flex fund balance remaining at the end of the spring semester will be forfeited and WILL NOT be refunded.

For any inquiries regarding meal plan usage, please contact Dining Services at 912.344.2808. For any inquiries regarding meal plan not being actived on your PirateCard, please call PirateCard Services at 912.344.3292.
 

Dining Choices

Including hours of operation, locations, menus, and nutritional information.
 

For Students with Special Dietary Needs

Discuss your special dietary needs with the General Manager of Dining Services. Call 912.344.3517 to set an appointment. If you have food allergies or other conditions or preferences affecting your diet, Dining Services can work with you to ensure that healthy meal options are available to you.

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