You never have to be too shy to ask for seconds with our Campus Dining Program. Our generous policy allows for a second helping of many menu favorites. All you have to do is ask!
Please note, however, that there are some exceptions to our Seconds Policy. This applies to Premium/Steak night, however, you can purchase another meal and have a second steak if you desire.
Do you have particular dietary needs?
Please let us know! University Dining will work with you on your dietary requirements to try and accommodate, however, additional food or special food cost may be the responsibility of the student.
For more information, please contact
us at (910) 521-6360.
Spring 2014 Meal Plans
IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING 2014 SPRING MEAL PLANS
Carolina General Assembly made significant changes to the Sales and Use Tax Code
during its 2013 General Session. One of the changes will have an impact on the
amount students pay for meals plans at all colleges and universities within the
state of North Carolina.
students at institutions of higher learning in North Carolina were exempt from
paying sales tax on campus meal plans. However, the North Carolina General
Assembly repealed this sales tax exemption during its recent General Session. The repeal is effective
January 1, 2014.
of the sales tax exemption will result in an increase in the cost of student
meal plans. All Spring 2014 meal plans will be taxed 7 percent to comply with
the new legislation.
Upperclassmen Resident Students
Upperclassmen resident students must choose from one
of the following 8 options:
Carte Blanche + $25 "Bonus Dollars" $1,816.22 *(Dine-in Only)