You can sign up for a meal plan via the Dining Services meal plan website www.GATechDining.com.
Depending on your meal plan, you are allotted a certain number of meal swipes. Both the Everyday and Weekday plans offer up to four swipes per day (seven days per week for the Everyday Plan; Monday through Friday for the Weekday Plan). These swipes do not roll over. Block style plans come in blocks of 50, 100, 150 and 200 to be used throughout the semester. Meal swipes are valid at Brittain, North Avenue, West Village and Student Center select locations. With the exception of the 50 block, all meal plans come with $200 Dining Dollars and $50 BuzzCard Funds. Additional Dining Dollars may be purchased throughout the semester in $50 increments.
Spring Semester: Your meal plan begins on January 4 at brunch Brittain, North Ave, West Village and campus retail locations. Last meal served will be May 3, 2019 at lunch 2:00pm.
YES! Students may purchase multiple "Meal Pass" plans in a semester by visiting the meal plan page, selecting purchase, logging into transaction site and reloading. Alternatively Dining Dollars may be purchased.
Meal swipes may be used at the North Avenue and Brittain Community Restaurants for 1 entry into these all you care to eat locations. Swipes can also be used at the West Village micro-restaurants (Local Chef, Simple Servings, Olive, Spice Trail, and Farm House) for select combos or you can create your own combo. Coming soon, Starbucks at West Village will also accept swipes for select combos. Student Center select locations (Smoked and Grilled, Kalamata, Auditions, Essential Eats, Simply to Go, and Simply Sustainable Salad & Soup Bar) also accept meal swipes for select combos. Click here to view all dining locations
Everyday and Weekday meal swipes reset daily at midnight.
All meal plan swipes expire at 2:00 p.m. on the last Friday of Final Exam week (although meal plans for Special Programs may expire on alternate dates; check with your Program for details.)
Dining Dollars are sales tax exempt funds that can be used at all Georgia Tech Dining Services locations. Dining Dollars may be purchased in increments of $50, $200, $400, and $600. Customers who deposit $400 or $600 Dining Dollars receive an additional 10% in bonus Dining Dollars. Dining Dollars roll over from summer semester to fall, from fall semester to spring, and expire at the end of spring semester. Dining Dollars purchased during spring semester do not roll over to the next academic year and will expire at the end of the spring semester. Buzzcard Funds information can be found here.
Dining Dollars and Bonus Dining Dollars may be used at all Community Restaurants and at all retail Georgia Tech Dining Services on-campus locations for food items only.
Nutritional information for menu items, including common food allergens, are available on our website and listed on all menu identifiers at Community Restaurants. The Simple Servings station, available at North Ave and West Village, serves meals free of seven of the eight big allergens. Additionally, Mindful meals and options are available at all Community Restaurants and at Essential Eats, Simply to Go, and Simply Sustainable in the Food Court for those interested in healthy options with lower calorie and sodium content.
Halal options on campus can be found at Smoked and Grilled, Ray's Pizza, Kalamata, Panera Bread and Auntie Anne's. Rotating Halal meals are available at North Ave everyday and at West Village Spice Trail on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Kosher meals can be purchased at lunch from the Essential Eats location in the Student Center Food Court Monday-Friday.
Our campus Dietitians, Amber Johnson and Leah Galante and Chefs are available to meet privately to discuss personal nutritional needs and to identify how best we can help accommodate your unique needs. Contact our Dietitians at firstname.lastname@example.org for your dietary questions.
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First year students living in Housing are pre-assigned the Everyday Plan. Students may exchange this plan for the Weekday Plan on or before the Monday midnight the week before the start of classes. Submit the exchange request form at:http://firstyearswitch.mealplan.gatech.edu/.
Voluntary Participants may also change their meal plan selection through this date by submitting a support ticket request to email@example.com. Exchange requests may only be submitted once. Special procedures apply to students who are accepted as new members in the Greek System. New members may exchange their meal plan for the Greek 120 plan. These exchanges are coordinated through the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life. Student Athletes in certain participating teams may also be eligible for a reduced meal plan. Student Athlete meal plan changes are coordinated through the Georgia Tech Athletic Association Compliance Office.
Meal Swipes are only valid for the student who is assigned the plan. The Everyday Plan and the Weekday Plan are allotted 5 Guess Passes and 5 Elite Event Passes.
If you are a first year student living on campus, your current meal plan will automatically continue from fall to spring semester. It does not continue to summer semester. If you are a voluntary participant, you must purchase a new meal plan at the beginning of each semester using the meal signup link at dining.gatech.edu.
Dining Dollar Account balances are printed on the bottom of each sales receipt. Dining Dollar and available meal swipes (for block-style plans) are also available at buzzcard.gatech.edu (“Manage Account” option).
For concerns related to Dining Operations (Food Service, Menus, Locations, Hours of Operation, etc.), please contact:
Georgia Tech Dining Services
For concerns related Meal Plan Selections and Charges, please contact: