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In the Auburn Family, there’s a seat for everyone at the table!

Because we have a lot of students who all need to be fed within a short time frame, we have food that’s available quickly, and most of it is easily customizable to suit your particular tastes.

All students who are enrolled in at least one class on campus participate in the meal plan.  The level of participation is determined by your housing status.

We surveyed students a few years back, and found that more than 80% of our students would walk no more than 3 minutes to get to food; so we’ve developed our program to bring good food choices to you.  Get more details regarding our dining plans and locations below.

If you have a discerning palate or special dietary needs, our Tiger Dining Registered Dietitian, Kaiten Zajac, is available to help you successfully navigate your food choices in our 30+ dining locations.  Simply send an email to zajac-kaiten@aramark.com to set up an appointment.

We answer the majority of your questions below; however, if you don’t find your answer there, try this link:  Visit FAQs

Each summer, we host ten groups of students and guests for intense days of information about Auburn.  Camp War Eagle (CWE) Resources

During these sessions,  we officially welcome you into the Auburn family.  There’s so much to learn and experience!

Here’s a video that shares some of the things you might have heard at a previous year’s Camp War Eagle:  Tiger Dining Video

Students at Camp War Eagle

Essential Information

Meal Plan Details

Automatic meal plan enrollment

All Auburn students are automatically enrolled in a semester meal plan based on their housing status.   

Students who live off-campus are enrolled in a plan that includes $375 Dining Dollars for use at any on-campus dining location.   

Meal plan options for students who have a contract with University Housing are a combination of: 

1. Weekly meals that may be used at either the Village Tiger Zone or The Edge at Central Dining,   our all-you-care-to-eat dining halls

and

2. Dining dollars that may be used at any on-campus dining facility, including food trucks and athletics concessions.

You may select a more comprehensive meal plan*, including all-access plans that provide entry into our dining halls any time they are open, via the GET mobile app or at Auburn’s GET meal plan portal: meal plan selection link.  On this page, click “Change Meal Plan” in the Quick Links section, then select the plan you would like and “Submit”.

*If you select a more comprehensive meal plan, it will REPLACE the default plan.  Meal plans selected for the fall semester will renew at the same level for the concurrent spring semester.  You will have the opportunity to make a change within the first 10 class days. 

  • Every semester, students who have an on-campus housing assignment are enrolled in the On Campus Default plan – Weekly 5 with $450 Dining Dollars: This plan provides students with 5 meals per week to use at either Village Tiger Zone or The Edge at Central Dining AYCTE dining halls, and $450 Dining Dollars to spend at campus retail locations.  Total cost $1,300.00
    • This $1300 meal plan covers approximately half the average student’s semester dining budget and takes into consideration that sometimes students will eat at a local restaurant off campus, travel on weekends, or have meetings during regular meal periods.
  • Every semester, students living off-campus are enrolled in a $375 dining dollars meal plan.  The $375 meal plan ensures they have lunch/snack/coffee money to keep their bodies fueled while in class.  Students who live off campus may choose any of the meal plans we offer.

Meal plans may only be used by the account holder. 

What are Dining Dollars?

Dining Dollars

Dining Dollars are funds loaded to your Tiger Card that may used to purchase food on campus.  They may be used at any Tiger Dining facility, including food trucks and athletics concessions.  You may also use dining dollars for entry into our dining halls – you’ll simply pay the retail rate.

You will be automatically be enrolled in the default meal plan each semester you’re registered for classes. Plans for students who live on campus also include weekly meals.

Any dining dollars remaining on your account at the end of the fall semester will roll to the following spring semester (in addition, your fall plan will be renewed for the spring semester).

Any dining dollars left at the end of the spring semester will be usable until the last class day of the concurrent summer term – after which they expire.

Meal plans may only be used by the account holder. 

What is a Block Meal?

Block Meals (Off-Campus students)

With a variety of healthy options and a lower cost per meal, a block meal grants you entry to our two all-you-care-to-eat locations, Village Tiger Zone and The Edge at Central Dining. Block meals allow students who live off campus to access these facilities over the course of the semester when it’s convenient. These all you care to eat dining locations always offer a variety of foods; allowing you to create a plate according to what you’re craving at the moment.  Menus are available online for your convenience. Please note that any unused block meals expire at the end of each semester.

  • Block Meals may be used at any time – no limit per week.
  • Block meals may only be used at the Village Tiger Zone and The Edge at Central Dining.
  • Block meals expire at the end of each semester.

Meal plans may only be used by the account holder. 

What is a Weekly Meal?

Weekly Meals

Weekly meals guarantee dining access for the entire semester at a lower cost per meal. Weekly meals begin on Sunday morning and start over after dinner service on Saturday night. These meal plans include access to the Village Tiger Zone and The Edge at Central Dining. Both all you care to eat dining locations always offer a variety of healthy and favorite foods; allowing you to create a plate according to what you’re craving in the moment.  Menus are available online for your convenience. Please note that any unused meals expire at the end of each week.

Weekly meals run Sunday morning – Saturday night. Once you’ve used your 5 or 10 meals for the week, you will need to either use dining dollars to pay for your meal or wait until the next Sunday morning for more meals to be available.

Meal plans may only be used by the account holder. 

What is an All-Access Plan?

All Access

All Access guarantees dining access for the entire semester at the lowest cost per meal. All Access meals refresh every 15 minutes. These meal plans include unlimited access to Village Tiger Zone and The Edge at Central Dining. Both all you care to eat dining locations always offer a variety of healthy and favorite foods; allowing you to create a plate according to what you’re craving in the moment.  Menus are available online for your convenience. All Access meal plans give you the option to dine as you chose, as often as you would like during the day. An All Access meal plan gives you the greatest value and best flexibility.

Meal plans may only be used by the account holder. 

In addition to the automatic plan, what meal plans are available to students who live ON-campus?

Dining Plans for students living in campus residence halls

Living on Auburn’s campus means you’ll be spending a lot of time here!   Eating in our dining halls provides you with a variety of fresh, delicious foods each day and gives you a space to hang out and enjoy time with your friends. Living on campus,  you may choose one of the following:

On Campus Default is Weekly 5 with $450 Dining Dollars: Provides students with 5 meals per week to use at either Village Tiger Zone or The Edge Central Dining AYCTE dining halls, and $450 Dining Dollars to spend at campus retail locations.  Total cost $1,300.00

Weekly 10 with $500 Dining Dollars: Provides students with 10 meals per week to use at either Village Tiger Zone or The Edge Central Dining AYCTE dining halls and $500 Dining Dollars to spend at campus retail locations.  Total cost $1,645.00

All Access with $150 Dining Dollars:  Provides students with unlimited access to Village Tiger Zone and The Edge at Central Dining AYCTE dining halls 7 days/week and $150 Dining Dollars to spend at campus retail locations.   Total cost $2,050.00

All Access with $375 Dining Dollars:  Provides students with unlimited access to Village Tiger Zone and The Edge at Central Dining AYCTE dining halls 7 days/week and $375 Dining Dollars to spend at campus retail locations.   Total cost $2,250.00

In addition to the automatic plan, what meal plans are available to students who live OFF-campus?

Dining Plans for students living off campus

While you may not live on campus, you may find yourself spending quite a bit of time here. Or maybe you just don’t care to shop, cook, and clean up dishes?  As an alternative to the automatic $375 dining dollars meal plan, you may choose from one of the following:

Weekly 5 with $450 Dining Dollars: Provides students with 5 meals per week to use at either Village Tiger Zone or The Edge at Central Dining AYCTE dining halls, and $450 Dining Dollars to spend at campus retail locations.  Total cost $1,300.00

Weekly 10 with $500 Dining Dollars: Provides students with 10 meals per week to use at either Village Tiger Zone or The Edge at Central Dining AYCTE dining halls and $500 Dining Dollars to spend at campus retail locations.  Total cost $1,645.00

All Access with $150 Dining Dollars:  Provides students with unlimited access to Village Tiger Zone and The Edge at Central Dining AYCTE dining halls 7 days/week and $150 Dining Dollars to spend at campus retail locations.   Total cost $2,050.00

All Access with $375 Dining Dollars:  Provides students with unlimited access to Village Tiger Zone and The Edge at Central Dining AYCTE dining halls 7 days/week and $375 Dining Dollars to spend at campus retail locations.   Total cost $2,250.00

Off Campus Default is $375 Dining Dollars: Provides students with lunch/snack/coffee money.  $375 Dining Dollars to spend at any on-campus dining location. Total cost: $375.00

75 Meals with $375 Dining Dollars: Provides students 75 meals per semester to use at either Village Tiger Zone or The Edge at Central Dining AYCTE dining halls and $375 Dining Dollars to spend at any on-campus dining location. Total cost: $1,105.00

50 Meals with $375 Dining Dollars: Provides students 50 meals per semester to use at either Village Tiger Zone or The Edge at Central Dining AYCTE dining halls and $375 Dining Dollars to spend at any on-campus dining location. Total cost $865.00.

25 Meals with $375 Dining Dollars: Provides students 25 meals per semester to use at either Village Tiger Zone or The Edge at Central Dining AYCTE dining halls and $375 Dining Dollars to spend at any on-campus dining location.  Total cost: $625.00

$600 Dining Dollars: Provides students with lunch/snack/coffee money.  $600 Dining Dollars to spend at any on-campus dining location. Total cost: $600.00

May I change my meal plan?

Changing your dining plan

During the first 10 class days of the semester, you may make one meal plan change per day.  Every meal plan change will be reflected on your eBill.                   To change your plan:

Log into your GET mobile app > Settings (lower right) > Change meal plan > Select the plan you were assigned > select the plan you’d like to change to > Then select “Apply to my eBill”.

If you do not have a smartphone, you may do this online:

Log into your AU Access account > My Campus tab > Select Your Meal Plan>  This will take you to the GET  website, and you’ll follow the same process as described above.

After the 10th class day, no changes may be made.

What if I plan to join a fraternity?

 Fraternity Meal Plan Reduction Information

A Dining Plan Reduction is available to qualifying students who live on campus and participate in either the Weekly 5 Plus $450 OR the Weekly 10 Plus $500. Unlimited meal plans do not qualify for the reduction.  At the end of the semester, any unused dining dollars balance is refunded to Student Financial Services (eBill) accounts.

Fraternity members may receive a dining plan reduction if they are required to purchase an additional fraternity meal plan serving 10 meals/week at their fraternity house.

To qualify:

1. The Fraternity member must have an on-campus housing assignment,

2. The Fraternity member must participate in either the Weekly 5 Plus $450 OR the Weekly 10 Plus $500. Unlimited meal plans do not qualify for the reduction.

Note: The cost of the Weekly 5 Plus $450 is $1,300, and any unused dining dollars (up to $450) may be refunded at the end of the semester. The cost of the Weekly 10 Plus $500 is $1,650 and students may receive any unused dining dollars (up to $500)

3. The Fraternity member must also have purchased a qualifying meal plan required by their Fraternity.

4. This is only for students who have a housing assignment through the Campus Housing office.

There is no application required for this program. The Greek Life office provides a list of qualifying members to the Campus Dining office at the conclusion of each semester. Only the dining dollars portion of the meal plan is eligible for a refund. If there are no dining dollars left, then there will be nothing to refund. However, if you are eligible for a refund, it will be made to your eBill account by the end of December (Fall) and the end of May (Spring).

How do I add more dining funds?

Adding Dining funds

Many students completely use their dining funds by mid-semester, so we do our best to make adding funds quick and easy. These additional dining funds are available via your Tiger Card – just like the regular dining plans.  These funds NEVER EXPIRE and you may request a refund at any time.  Add Funds via GET Mobile

There are two options for adding dining dollars:

Optional dining dollars are exactly like any other dining dollars.  They may be used to purchase food at any on-campus dining location, including food trucks and athletics concessions.

Tiger Club funds  are also available via your Tiger Card, but offer a bit more flexibility.  These funds may be used to purchase food anywhere on campus and at participating retailers in the local community.  Participating Locations List

**When you get to the end of your regular dining dollars, simply tell the cashier that you have another dining plan loaded to your Tiger Card.  The cashier will press a button to access that account, and once accessed, it will be used until you receive a new plan next semester.

What if I decide to not attend Auburn this semester?

Sometimes things happen that are beyond our control.  If you’ve registered for classes but will be unable to attend Auburn during a particular semester, you’ll need to let us know.  Simply send an email to dining@auburn.edu.  We’ll watch your account, and when your withdrawal is approved and processed, unused dining funds will be refunded to your Student Financial Services (eBill) account.

Dining Location Information

What kind of dining options are available on campus?

With many dining locations throughout campus, you have convenient, fast and easy access to a variety of good foods.  You may spend your dining dollars at any campus food truck, retail dining location, dining hall, or even athletics concessions.

Whether you want to hang out at the dining hall or grab a quick sandwich as you’re sprinting between classes, we’re ready to serve you!  

Tell me about the dining halls

Our two all you care to eat dining locations always offer a variety of healthy and favorite foods; allowing you to create a plate according to what you’re craving in the moment.  These dining halls are located at the Village Tiger Zone and The Edge at Central Dining.  Menus are available online for your convenience.

Both dining halls offer all you care to eat service, offering a wide variety of freshly-prepared foods.  Entrees change daily, and if you’re not in the mood for what’s being served at one location, the other dining hall will be serving different entrees. Dining halls offer the biggest bang-for-the-buck on campus.  You may use Meal Plan Dining Dollars, Block meals, Weekly meals, All-Access meals, debit or credit to pay for your dining hall entry.  If you enjoy variety, consider purchasing meals, which offer a discount off  dining hall retail door prices.

If you have special dietary needs, you’ll find delicious menu options at the True Balance Allergen Solutions Stations located in our dining halls.

The Edge at Central Dining is located in the heart of campus and is convenient to the Quad and Cambridge residence halls, the main Tiger Transit stop, and is even just a short walk from most classrooms and the Hill and South Donahue Residence Halls.

The Edge will be serving delicious meals from friendly faces in a dynamic space customized to meet the needs of the Auburn Family. Our flexible concepts ensure quality ingredients, healthy options, convenient offerings and personalized experiences for all guest. Here are more details about The Edge:

  • 9 stations
  • Broad hours with meal period flexibility and 7 days a week
  • Expansive produce market providing fresh and local ingredients
  • All you care to eat fan favorites and healthy options
  • Allergen and dietary accommodations
  • Customizable and express feature items
  • Huge variety to accommodate all diners and still provide the connection to dine together
  • Limited time promotions, special events and local partnerships with community events

The Village Tiger Zone is located on the west side of campus, near the Village residence halls, Auburn Arena, Wallace Hall, and Nichols Center.   Tiger Zone is open for lunch and dinner Monday-Friday and brunch and dinner Saturday/Sunday.  Evening meals feature a Mediterranean inspired concept allowing students to enjoy a variety of vegetables, grains, and even grilled salmon on a regular basis. Weekend brunch meals are very popular!  Tiger Zone menus and hours

What retail locations are on campus?

Because we have a lot of people to serve in a limited amount of time, a variety of food has to be available quickly and conveniently.  Retail locations are a key part in meeting that goal.  Meal Plan Dining Dollars, cash, debit and credit are all accepted at our retail locations.  Menus and hours are located online: Dining Locations and Menus

Campus retail locations include:

Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center:     Cafe 25

Dudley Hall:     War Eagle Supply Company

Foy Hall:     Panda Express     Chicken Salad Chick

Haley Center:     Einstein Brothers Bagels & Caribou Coffee

Horton Hardgrave Hall:     Tiger Bread Company

Lowder Hall:     Starbucks

Nursing:     War Eagle Supply Company

RBD Library:   Panera

South Donahue:     War Eagle Supply Company

Student Center:     Au Bon Pain     Chick-fil-A     SaladWorks     Sambazon     Starbucks     Steak n Shake               War Eagle Supply Company

Terrell on the Hill:    Noodle Fun (Asian Cuisine)     Rye of the Tiger Grill       Pizza on the Hill                                        War Eagle Supply Company

The Village:     Chick-fil-A Express     Toro Sushi     Sambazon     War Eagle Supply Company

What's this about food trucks?

Food Trucks augment the campus dining experience by offering a variety of foods in the most highly trafficked parts of campus during lunch hours.  Trucks may be found in several central campus locations. Food trucks take orders via Grubhub, using Meal Plan Dining Dollars, credit and debit cards.

Current food trucks include:

Amsterdam Cafe

Amsterdam Tacos

Good Karma (Indian food)

Firetruck Bar-B-Que

Hibachi

Noodle Fun

NYC Gyro (Mediterranean)

Philly Connection

Starbucks

Where are these food options located?

Dining options are located strategically throughout campus.

Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center:     Cafe 25

Dudley Hall:     War Eagle Supply Company

Foy Hall:   Panda Express     Chicken Salad Chick

Haley Center:     Einstein Brothers Bagels

Horton Hardgrave Hall:     Tiger Bread Company

Lowder Hall:     Starbucks

Nursing:     War Eagle Supply Company

RBD Library:   Panera

South Donahue:     War Eagle Supply Company

Student Center:     Au Bon Pain     Chick-fil-A    SaladWorks     Sambazon     Starbucks     Steak n Shake     War Eagle Supply Company

Terrell on the Hill:     Noodle Fun (Asian Cuisine)      Rye of the Tiger Grill        War Eagle Supply Company

The Village:     Chick-fil-A  Express     Tiger Zone Dining Hall     Toro Sushi     Sambazon        War Eagle Supply Company

In addition to the permanent dining locations listed above,  you may find food trucks at:

Thach & Haley Concourse         Roosevelt & Haley Concourse

Tell me about dining near the Hill residence halls

Our newest dining hall, The Edge at Central Dining is a short walk from the Hill residence halls.  The Edge offers a wide variety of foods from nine different dining stations, so you and your friends are always able to find something you’ll like.  There’s plenty of seating and a great view of the campus green and Jordan-Hare stadium.

Terrell on the Hill is located among the Hill residence halls and is a popular hangout with students who live in the area and Auburn employees who work nearby.  Terrell has a variety of retail locations including:

Rye of the Tiger Grill:   Made-to-order grill featuring burgers, sandwiches & sides

Pizza on the Hill: Traditional favorite pizzas or pizzas made to order

Noodle Fun: A selection of noodle dishes and traditional Asian favorites

War Eagle Supply Company   A Convenience store serving grab and go sandwiches,  packaged fruits, snacks, chips and beverages.

What food is available near the Quad residence halls?

The Quad is located central campus. Within a very short walk, you’ll reach:

Central Campus:

The Edge at Central Dining: Auburn’s newest, and largest, dining hall

Foy Hall:

Panda Express   Quick, convenient, tasty Asian-inspired cuisine.  All the favorites you love including Orange Chicken.

Chicken Salad Chick  Nine different varieties of chicken salad and sides made fresh daily

Haley Center:

Einstein Brothers Bagels:  Hot, delicious coffee beverages, bagels, sandwiches, salads and sides

RBD Library: 

Panera A full-service Panera serving your favorites.  Soups, salads, sandwiches, bagels, pastries and beverages with signature Panera style.

Student Center:

Au Bon Pain  Open 7am-5pm serving oatmeal,  breakfast sandwiches,  soups, customizable sandwiches, grab and go fruit, salads, sandwiches, snacks, and mac n cheese.  Au Bon Pain serves your favorite comfort foods!

Chick-fil-A   Fried or grilled chicken available as sandwiches, biscuits, salads and wraps, with your favorite sides, lemonade, and shakes.

SaladWorks  Prepared fresh daily, choose from the classic salad favorites or have one made especially for you!  A wide selection of fresh fruits and vegetables lets you create a customized salad masterpiece!

Sambazon   Sambazon serves sustainably-sourced frozen acai bowls with your choice of toppings.  Starting Fall 2020, Sambazon will expand its menu to include smoothies!

Starbucks  All your favorite Starbucks-brand caffeinated beverages are available here!  Whether you’re in the mood for a frappuccino or  a dirty chai, you can satisfy your thirst and grab a snack, too!

Steak n Shake Some days just seem to call for a burger and thin, crispy fries.  Order your burger with your favorite toppings and a shake, too!  Hungry for breakfast?  Try our biscuits or breakfast tacos!

War Eagle Supply Company If you’d like a bottle of water, a grab-n-go snack or prepackaged sushi (prepared on campus daily), this is the place to curb your hunger in a hurry.  These locations also carry a variety of frozen meals to heat and eat on the go.

What food options are at the Village?

The Village: 

The Village Tiger Zone  is a newly-renovated dining hall serving lunch and dinner Monday-Friday and brunch and dinner Saturday/Sunday.  Evening meals feature a Mediterranean inspired concept allowing students to enjoy a variety of vegetables, grains, and even grilled salmon on a regular basis. Order your favorite fresh-baked pizza to pick up here. Weekend brunch meals are very popular! Tiger Zone menus and hours

Chick-fil-A Express  Fried or grilled chicken available as sandwiches, biscuits, salads and wraps, with your favorite sides, lemonade, and shakes.

Toro Sushi  Sushi Chris makes sushi fresh on campus daily.  Stop by and have your sushi made to order.  If you’re in the mood for something different, Toro offers other Asian food selections as well.

Sambazon  Co-located with Toro Sushi, Sambazon serves sustainably-sourced frozen acai bowls with your choice of toppings.

War Eagle Supply Company  If you’d like a bottle of water, a grab-n-go snack or prepackaged sushi (prepared on campus daily), this is the place to curb your hunger in a hurry.  These locations also carry a variety of frozen meals to heat and eat on the go.

What food is in the vicinity of Cambridge?

Cambridge is a short walk from the majority of campus, and most food selections that are convenient to the Quad will be easily accessible from Cambridge as well.  However, the dining locations in the closest vicinity are:

RBD Library: 

Panera   A full-service Panera serving your favorites.  Soups, salads, sandwiches, bagels, pastries and beverages with signature Panera style.

Foy Hall:

Panda Express   Quick, convenient, tasty Asian-inspired cuisine.  All the favorites you love including Orange Chicken.

Chicken Salad Chick  Nine different varieties of chicken salad, and sides made fresh daily

Central Campus: 

The Edge at Central Dining: Auburn’s newest, and largest, dining hall

Where do South Donahue residents eat?

South Donahue:

War Eagle Supply Company  If you’d like a bottle of water, a grab-n-go snack or prepackaged sushi (prepared on campus daily), this is the place to curb your hunger in a hurry.  These locations also carry a variety of frozen meals to heat and eat on the go.

Central Campus:

The Edge at Central Dining: Auburn’s newest, and largest, dining hall

Foy Hall:

Panda Express   Quick, convenient, tasty Asian-inspired cuisine.  All the favorites you love including Orange Chicken.

Chicken Salad Chick  Nine different varieties of chicken salad and sides made fresh daily

Haley Center:

Einstein Brothers Bagels:  Hot, delicious coffee beverages, bagels, sandwiches, salads and sides.

Student Center:

Au Bon Pain  Open 7am-5pm serving oatmeal,  breakfast sandwiches,  soups, customizable sandwiches, grab and go fruit, salads, sandwiches, snacks, and mac n cheese.  Au Bon Pain serves your favorite comfort foods!

Chick-fil-A   Fried or grilled chicken available as sandwiches, biscuits, salads and wraps, with your favorite sides, lemonade, and shakes.

SaladWorks  Prepared fresh daily, choose from the classic salad favorites or have one made especially for you!  A wide selection of fresh fruits and vegetables lets you create a customized salad masterpiece!

Sambazon   Sambazon serves sustainably-sourced frozen acai bowls with your choice of toppings.  Starting Fall 2020, Sambazon will expand its menu to include smoothies!

Starbucks  All your favorite Starbucks-brand caffeinated beverages are available here!  Whether you’re in the mood for a frappuccino or  a dirty chai, you can satisfy your thirst and grab a snack, too!

Steak n Shake Some days just seem to call for a burger and thin, crispy fries.  Order your burger with your favorite toppings and a shake, too!  Hungry for breakfast?  Try our biscuits or breakfast tacos!

War Eagle Supply Company If you’d like a bottle of water, a grab-n-go snack or prepackaged sushi (prepared on campus daily), this is the place to curb your hunger in a hurry.  These locations also carry a variety of frozen meals to heat and eat on the go.

Other Important Info

I have Special Dietary Needs. Who can help me navigate dining on campus?

Our full-time registered dietitian is available to help you find appropriate food options on campus as well as to provide one-on-one support if you have special dietary needs. Her name is Kaiten Zajac, and you may reach her at:  zajac-kaiten@aramark.com. Kaiten played a key role in creating the True Balance Allergen Solutions Stations in our dining halls which serve a menu free from seven of the top eight food allergens.  Occasionally, we encounter a student whose special circumstances warrant a dining plan accommodation: due to medical necessity, being away from campus, or religious restrictions that cannot be accommodated in our dining facilities.

After meeting and discussing your situation with our dietitian, you may request a dining plan accommodation:  either a dining plan reduction or a dining plan exemption, based on your particular circumstances.    Accommodations

You will need to complete this process by the 10th class day of each semester unless you have a newly-diagnosed medical condition.

I'm nowhere near campus, but have a dining charge on my account. What's up with that?

Students who work internships often receive class credit for those internship rotations, and class credit automatically triggers a dining charge to your eBill account. If you’re far away from campus, there’s a simple, online process to have the charge removed:

Accommodations

You will need to complete this process by the 10th class day to receive your exemption.

What foods are available for students who observe religious dietary practices?

As part of the Auburn Family, Tiger Dining works tirelessly to ensure everyone has a seat at the table.  On rare occasions, a student may have a dietary restriction we’re not able to completely accommodate.  For those rare situations, students may request a dining plan accommodation:    Accommodations

You will need to complete this process by the 10th class day to receive your exemption.

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