Purchase a Spring Semester Meal Plan for Convenience, Flexibility, and Variety


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Having the right meal plan is like having the perfect professor; it just makes life easier. As the fall semester winds down, it’s time to think about what meal plan would be best suited for your student next semester. There are many options for students to select from, so it’s important to consider habits and lifestyle when making your choice.

The meal plan that offers the most value is the All-Access Meal Plan, which has unlimited access and no meal period restrictions to all three dining halls: Woodruff, Brittain, and North Avenue. To add even more flexibility to this plan, students can purchase Dining Dollars starting at $100, which give students the ability to eat at all 16 of our retail locations on campus including the Student Center, the Campus Recreation Center, The Clough Undergraduate Learning Center, and Westside Market. Plus, with Dining Dollars, students do not pay 8 percent sales tax on purchases and receive an extra 10 percent if they add $300 dining dollars or more. The combination of Dining Dollars and an All-Access Meal Plan is perfect for students who want the highest level of convenience, variety, and flexibility.

We encourage you and your students to review the rules, regulations, and details regarding each meal plan to select the one that best suits your student’s needs. All meal plan charges post to your student’s Bursar's account. For more information, visit www.mealplan.gatech.edu

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  • Created By: Rachael Pocklington
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  • Created On: Dec 2, 2013 - 11:41am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:15pm