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Resident Meal Plans

Quality. Our chefs choose the freshest quality ingredients, knowing that good nutrition is a vital component of a healthy lifestyle.

Variety . More than 15 locations to choose from; the Alumni Memorial Union, WoW at the Union Sports Annex, five Residence Halls and four Brew Cafés.

Flexibility. There are dining options available from early morning until midnight, providing meals to fit the lives of busy college students.

  • Full-time Clinical Dietitian to help with a wide variety of food related health and wellness issues.  
  • Simple Servings - Designed for students afflicted with any of the eight most common food allergies. Learn more HERE
  • Vegan and Vegetarian -  We've expanded these options way beyond grilled cheese, salad bar and veggie burgers!  Our Chef's use their culinary talents to prepare special vegan and vegetarian dishes daily.  Check out our menus HERE

Purchase by e-mailing the Office of Residence Life at:

Add Marquette Cash to your ID by visiting a campus kiosk or going HERE    

Dining Plans


ANYTIME DINING PLAN- Unlimited meals/semester

This meal plan provides maximum flexibility, variety and value.

Traditional Dining - Cobeen Hall, McCormick Hall and Straz Tower.

The Traditional Dining locations are all you care to eat cafeteria style dining. Students are able to eat when they want, as much as they want, as many times as they want, in these three locations — Cobeen, McCormick and Straz Tower.

Residence hall dining rooms offer continuous service from 7:15 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. McCormick Hall is open 24 hours, 7 days a week to offer a late-night option.

Destination Dining -Brew Cafes, Marquette Place, Mashuda Hall, and Schroeder Hall

These locations are hybrids of traditional dining and restaurant dining. Each of these locations offers a meal exchange or combo meal for a Meal Plan 'swipe'. At the destination dining locations, students can swipe their meal card once during each meal period:

  • Breakfast (7:15–11:00 a.m.)
  • Lunch (11:00 a.m.– 4:00 p.m.)
  • Dinner (4:00–7:00 p.m.)

Brew Cafes: Four Locations, Brew Bayou, Brew Cudahy, Brew Straz and Brew at the Bridge (Raynor Library).

The Brew cafes are your campus coffee houses. They also accept Meal Plans. The Brews have a wide variety of beverages, bakery, cereals, Simply to Go sandwiches and salads to choose from. If you're in a hurry the Brews are a great place to 'Grab and Go'.

Marquette Place : Located at the Alumni Memorial Union: 

Marquette Place is your campus food court, offering 5 different restaurants. Each of these restaurants has no fewer than three meals eligible for a Meal Plan swipe or Meal Exchange. The meals that qualify for Meal Plans have this symbol SM Xchange logo

Erbert & Gerbert's Bistro: Is located just outside Marquette Place in the Alumni Memorial Union.   E & G offers fresh made, gourmet, sub sandwiches, in a variety of price ranges.  There are several menu items that qualify as a Meal Swipe or Meal Exchange. Look for the Meal Exchange symbol SM Xchange logo

The Diner at Mashuda:  1950's style diner complete with jukebox and breakfast anytime!

The Diner offers complete combo meals for a Meal Plan Swipe. These typically include an entree and choice of side dishes. The Diner also offers ice cream treats and shake specials. You can check out their menu here.

Schroeder Hall: Your campus international restaurant.

This dining hall features daily international and national meals. The menu changes weekly. Here your Meal Plan swipe includes: an entree, soup, side salad, and choice of fresh fruit or dessert plus beverage. Enjoy!

World of Wings, aka WoW: Your campus sports grill - featuring Louisiana style cooking and chicken wings

You can enjoy WoW with your Meal Plan, WoW accepts one Meal Plan swipe per week. A meal exchange menu is available and contains student favorites! WoW is also a great place to watch any game; especially Golden Eagles basketball! No meal exchanges are permitted during 'Game Day'.

Anytime Plan Bonuses

The Anytime Meal Plan also includes:

  • 15 guest passes
  • $50 in Dining Dollars for use in on-campus dining locations.

Students living in the residence halls are required to purchase an Anytime Meal Plan each term.

2017 - 2018 Cost $2,090 per semester

LOYALTY 50 - MEAL PLAN- 50 Meals/Plan
Cost $400

Did you know that 66% of people not on a dining plan eventually purchase one? It's not surprising when you consider that without a dining plan it's harder to eat with your friends, you also have to cook and grocery shop. Worst of all, you have access to a lot less variety. With a Loyalty 50 Plan you can let the food experts do the cooking for you - so you have more time for whatever you need to get done.


This plan is available to all faculty, staff and students not living in a residence hall. So if you are living in an apartment, commuting from home, are a graduate student or work on campus, you are eligible for this plan.

This plan will allow you 50 meals or swipes at any of the traditional dining halls or destination dining establishments on campus. A maximum of two Loyalty 50 plans may be purchased in a semester.  This calculates to, approximately, one meal per day, if two plans are purchased.  The Loyalty 50 plan is a great way to free-up valuable study time, save a trek from campus to your apartment for food, and ensure that when you're at your busiest, you don't have to worry about meal planning, shopping or preparing.  Unused meals will roll-over from the Fall Semester to the Spring Semester; however, all unused meals will expire at the end of the school year in May.

Quality. Variety. Flexibility

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Important Info

Meal Plans: How They Work

Selection of a campus dining services meal plan entitles you to a meal card, which allows you purchasing power equivalent to the plan you have selected.

Dietary Needs

No problem! Our Campus Dietitian can accommodate your special dietary requirements. For more information, please contact Michael DiBiasi at (414) 288-6365.

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