Fall 2017 – Spring 2018 Residential Dining Plan Prices
- Give strong consideration to the dining plan you choose. All remaining meals are forfeited at the end of the semester; there is no refund for unused meals at the end of each semester.
- You may change your dining plan until the last day to drop a course without a grade for the semester/summer session at dining.missouri.edu or the Campus Dining Services office at 900 Virginia Avenue.
- If you do not make a change, your dining plan resets to your prior semester’s selection.
- If you have questions, call 573–882–FOOD.
Fall 2017 – Spring 2018 Dining Plan Details
You can use your meals in any of three all–you–care–to–eat or ten residential block plan restaurants. In the all–you–care–to–eat facilities, one meal is deducted from your account upon entry. At residential block plan restaurants, each item is priced in dollars that are converted to meals at the register.
The guest meal price at residential locations is $9.00 for breakfast and $11.00 for lunch and dinner. The block plans provide meals at discounted prices: $6.84 per meal on Block 275, $7.33 per meal on Block 225 and $8.11 per meal on Block 175.
To help you decide what plan is for you, use this calculator sheet. The Block 275 plan is about 17 meals per week, Block 225 is about 14 and Block 175 is about 11 meals per week.
We also strongly recommend using E.Z. Charge options.
Mizzou offers open dining; you may choose to dine in any residential block plan restaurant or all-you-care-to-eat facility regardless of where you live on campus. Additionally, you may share your meals. As the account holder, you must be present to purchase meals for your guests.
At select locations you may also purchase meals to go.
275 Meals550 meals/academic year
- About 17 meals/week
225 Meals450 meals/academic year
- About 14 meals/week
175 Meals350 meals/academic year
- About 11 meals/week
How to Add a Dining Plan
The Mizzou Block 175, 225, 275 and a Block of 25 meals can be added to your account by clicking here, by phone, or by visiting our office. The phone number is 573-882-3663, and we’re located at 900 Virginia Avenue (above Plaza 900). We are able to assist you Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.
How do I use dining plans in residential block plan restaurants?
At residential block plan restaurants, students and guests order from a menu or select items from a shelf. These items are priced in cash and are converted to (or exchanged for) partial meals when they check out with the cashier. Here’s an example:
Baja Grill is a Caribbean-Mexican restaurant that operates as an a la carte dining plan location. If you choose a Chicken Quesadilla ($3.25), an order of chips ($1.00) and Baja’s Signature Bean Dip ($2.75); the order total totals $7.00.
The student or guest tells the cashier they are paying with their dining plan, gives the cashier her/his ID card, and the cashier swipes the card, removing one meal. In a residential block plan restaurant, students can exchange 1 meal for $7.00. If the student purchases less than $7.00 or more than $7.00, partial meals are deducted from their dining plan. For example:
|Cheese Quesadilla||$ 2.75|
In this case, the cashier deducts .5 meal from the student’s dining plan.
Block of 25 Meals
25 MealsAvailable to all students
- Residential students who need extra meals may also purchase an additional block of 25 meals. This block may be purchased several times per semester, as needed. Any unused meals at the end of a semester will not carry over.
* The University reserves the right to modify by increase or decrease the fees charged for attendance and other services at the University, including but not limited to educational fees, at any time when in the discretion of the governing board the same is in the best interest of the University, provided that no increases can or will be effective unless approved by the governing board not less than thirty (30) days prior to the beginning of the academic term (semester, etc.) to which the fees are applicable and such increase does not exceed ten (10) percent over the fee level existing immediately prior to the increase, with all modification of fees to be effective irrespective as to whether fees have or have not been paid by or on behalf of a student prior to the effective date of modification.