Dining Services

The University of Dayton Dining Services operates several eateries on campus as well as three *joint – venture services with the University’s Flyer Enterprises.

Kennedy Student Union:

▪ Au Bon Pain

▪ KU Crossing (Que, Spice, Toss)

* The Galley

Marycrest Complex:

▪ Marycrest Dining

▪ A+ Room

Virginia W. Kettering:

▪ Passports

▪ The Grainary

Marianist Hall:

▪ The Emporium

Fitz Hall:

▪ Brown Street Bistro

Curran Place (1700 S. Patterson Blvd.)

▪ Riverview Café

Dining Services’ Food Truck:

▪ Rudy On the Run

Stuart Hall:

* Stuart’s Landing

Recreation Complex (RecPlex):

* The Chill

Student Meal Plans

Students living within a traditional residence hall (Founders, Marianist, Marycrest, Stuart or Virginia Kettering) are required to purchase a meal plan, as there is no access to a kitchen facility for day – to - day use. Students may use meal plans in any of the above-mentioned dining facilities. Meal plan options are as follows:

Standard Plan:

The Standard Plan provides breakfast, lunch and dinner, (7) days a week, with set meal plan hours and spending allowances. The plan resets every day with any unused meals being forfeited. On average, this plan provides 348 meals per academic year, assuming the student is on campus every day of each semester.

This plan includes bonus debit dollars that may be used to cover meals exceeding the allowance or to purchase an item when a student does not want to use an entire meal.  Bonus debit dollars expire at the end of each semester and are not eligible for roll over to the next semester.

The Flexible Plan:

The Flexible Plan provides complete flexibility in student dining, functioning as a debit account.  There are no meal periods tied to a clock or spending allowances associated with this plan. This plan allows the student the flexibility to eat whenever they want, as many times a day as they want and all purchases are deducted from their debit account. One hundred percent of all debit funds remaining at the end of the Fall Term roll over to the Spring Term to be used in addition to the repurchased Spring Term meal plan.  At the end of Spring Term, half of remaining funds, up to a maximum of $300, will roll over to the next academic year.

Additional funds may be added to supplement both the Standard and Flexible Meal Plans through the Neighborhood Plan.

*For complete information on meal plans, please visit the dining website