Dining Services

The University of Dayton Dining Services operates two full-service a la carte student dining facilities located in Kennedy Union and Marycrest Complex, and two restaurants, Passports and The Grainary, located in the V.W. Kettering Residence Hall.  The Brown St. Bistro, located in Fitz Hall, offers made to order sandwiches and salads, The Emporium, a mini grocery store with a full service deli, is located in the Marianist Residence Hall, and Stuart's Landing, a convenience store, is located in Stuart Hall Complex. Dining Services also operates The Galley, a pretzel/ice cream/gourmet coffee shop located in Kennedy Union, and The Chill, a juice bar with healthy snack options located in the RecPlex. All students living in Marycrest, Stuart, Founders, Marianist and Virginia Kettering Residence Halls are required to purchase a meal plan. Meal plan options are as follows:

  • Standard Plan – This structured meal plan has a spending allowance associated with it during specific meal periods. If you don't spend the entire allowance for that meal, you lose it. This plan starts with breakfast the first day of classes.

Note: Only one block of funds may be used during each meal period. For example, two blocks may not be used during the lunch meal period on the same day.

  • The Flexible Plan - This is a debit style meal plan and provides complete flexibility, with no specific meal periods and no spending allowances.

Note: There are no refunds on debit plan balances, however, 100% of balances remaining at the end of fall semester will roll over to the spring semester. Plan participation charge applies.


All students living in residence halls must have one of the following:

  • Standard Plan (3 blocks per day, 7 days) - $2,540.00/semester
  • Flexible Plan (debit account) - $2,540.00/semester


When a student does not choose a meal plan the default plan is the Flexible Plan.

Non-resident students may purchase a Neighborhood meal plan (debit account).
 

For complete information on meal plans, please visit our website