Dining on campus isn’t one size fits all. Our meal plans were designed with you in mind. If you are looking to enjoy a meal with friends or just a snack on the go – we’ve got a plan to fit every appetite.

We’ve kept what’s most important to you in mind, building in the convenience, flexibility, quality, value and healthy options you deserve. Explore our meal plan options to learn more about what would be the best fit for you.

  • Do I need to buy a meal plan?
    On-campus students with less than 30 earned credit hours are required to purchase one of the 5 or 7 Day All Access Plan options. Students who meet this criteria and do not elect a meal plan will be assigned the basic 5 Day All Access plan. This plan is a non-refundable non-transferable meal plan. Students can upgrade to a plan that better suits their dining needs at any time.

    Commuter students with less than 90 earned credit hours and residential students with 30-90 earned credit hours are required to have the 300 Dining Dollar plan. These students may also upgrade to a plan that better suits their dining needs at any time. At the end of the academic year students on the 300 Dining Dollar plan only, may request unused funds be refunded to their student account. Refund requests must be made between May 15 and June 15, and the unused funds will be returned to the account holder
     
  • Will my meal plan auto renew for next semester? 
    Meal plans are a one semester commitment and therefore must be chosen each semester. If a meal plan is not selected, a minimum mandatory plan will be automatically assigned according to the student’s status as outlined above.

  • Will unused meals or Dining Dollars roll over? 
    All meal plan meals expire at the end of each semester. Declining balance funds (flex/dining dollars) will roll over from fall to spring semester. Flex money attached to the any of the All Access plans, the 80 or 200 Block plans or the 300 or 500 Flex plans WILL expire at the end of each spring semester. Students on the 300 Dining Dollar plan only, may request unused funds be refunded to their student account.

  • If I have already purchased a meal plan, can I change it?
    You have the first two weeks of each semester to downgrade your meal plan. However, a student can upgrade their plan at any time during the semester if they feel their current plan is not sufficient for their dining needs.
Don’t worry - simplicity and convenience are all within reach. Once you have a meal plan, your student ID works like a debit card. Just swipe your card and the meals and points are deducted from your meal plan account.

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EKU requires all residential students, with less than 30 earned credit hours, to participate in a minimum of the 5 Day All Access Meal Plan. Residential students with 30 hours or less earned credit hours will be automatically assigned the 5 Day All Access Plan but may upgrade to any of the other All Access options.

All EKU freshmen commuters, sophomore residential/commuter students and junior residential/commuter students enrolled in 5 credit hours or more on campus during the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters will participate in the Dining Dollars program. The Dining Dollars fee of $300 is charged to the student account automatically when the 5 credit hour criteria is met in the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters. Just like the meal plan, Dining Dollars are attached to the student ID. This plan is upgradable at any time during the semester.

Dining Dollars are a declining balance fund that can be used at all campus dining and convenience locations.

To purchase your meal plan please sign up on our school portal under dining services, please click here to access the portal.
1 - Freshman
EKU requires all residential students, with less than 30 earned credit hours, to participate in the 5 Day All Access Meal Plan. Residential students with 30 hours or less earned credit hours will be automatically assigned the 5 Day All Access Plan but may upgrade to any of the other All Access options.

All EKU freshmen commuting students enrolled in 5 credit hours or more on campus during the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters will participate in the Dining Dollars program. The Dining Dollars fee of $300 is charged to the student account automatically when the 5 credit hour criteria is met in the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters. Just like the meal plan, Dining Dollars are attached to the student ID. This plan is up-gradable at any time during the semester. Commuting freshmen on the mandatory $300 Dining Dollar plan, who have funds remaining at the end of a fall semester will roll those funds forward to the spring semester. If funds remain at the end of the spring semester/academic year students may request a refund. Students can request a refund of unused funds between May 15 and June 15, and the unused funds will be returned to the account holder. Refund requests are done via EKU Direct.

To purchase your meal plan please sign up on our school portal under dining services, please click here to access the portal.
2 - Sophomores
All EKU sophomore students, both residential and commuter, enrolled in 5 credit hours or more, on campus, during the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters will participate in the Dining Dollars program. The Dining Dollars fee of $300 is charged to the student account automatically when the 5 credit hour criteria is met in the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters. Just like the meal plan, Dining Dollars are an account on the Student ID. This plan is upgradable at any time during the semester. Sophomores on the mandatory $300 Dining Dollar plan, who have funds remaining at the end of a fall semester will roll those funds forward to the spring semester. If funds remain at the end of the spring semester/academic year students may request a refund. Students can request a refund of unused funds between May 15 and June 15, and the unused funds will be returned to the account holder. Refund requests are done via EKU Direct.

To purchase your meal plan please sign up on our school portal under dining services, please click here to access the portal.
3 - Juniors
All EKU junior students, both residential and commuter, enrolled in 5 credit hours or more on campus during the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019  semesters will participate in the Dining Dollars program. The Dining Dollars fee of $300 is charged to the student account automatically when the 5 credit hour criteria is met in the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters. Just like the meal plan, Dining Dollars are an account on the student ID. This plan is upgradable at any time during the semester. Juniors on the mandatory $300 Dining Dollar plan, who have funds remaining at the end of a fall semester will roll those funds forward to the spring semester. If funds remain at the end of the spring semester/academic year students may request a refund. Students can request a refund of unused funds between May 15 and June 15, and the unused funds will be returned to the account holder. Refund requests are done via EKU Direct.

To purchase your meal plan please sign up on our school portal under dining services, please click here to access the portal.
4 - Seniors
To purchase your meal plan please sign up on our school portal under dining services, please click here to access the portal.
5 - Faculty & Staff

To purchase a plan please visit card services in Commonwealth Hall.

Need help with your meal plan?


District Marketing Manager
Jeremy Hacker

859-622-7485

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