Dining Programs

Your meal plan includes a number of programs designed to offer flexibility to your dining experience.

Guest Meals

Updated March 28, 2022: Meal plan holders may now use guest meals. All guests without a valid PU ID are required to sign into dining halls with their name, phone number, and host’s name, acknowledging that they are compliant with our visitor policies.

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Eating Club Meal Exchange
Meal Exchange Program will resume Tuesday, February 15. 

The Meal Exchange Program makes it possible for students with meal plans to dine with their friends at eating clubs, or between two different participating clubs, without spending additional funds. Administered jointly by the Inter-Club Council and Campus Dining, the program includes…

Late Meals

Campus Dining recognizes that students may be unable to dine during regular dining hall hours. Therefore, students with meal plans are entitled to use their plan to purchase late lunches Monday to Friday and late dinner Monday to Thursday at the Food Gallery at Frist. One meal swipe is credited for all late meal…

Lunch to Go

The Lunch to Go program is active on days when classes are in session and when dining in one of the residential dining halls or at Late Lunch is not convenient. The Lunch to Go program is only for students with a meal plan. (the undergraduate unlimited, undergraduate block 95,…

Two Extra Meals

Two Extra Meals is a University program intended to encourage juniors and seniors to stay connected to their residential colleges. Administered by Campus Dining, the program credits two extra meals per week to all juniors and seniors for use in a residential dining hall regardless of whether or not they have purchased a meal plan.

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The conditions or availability of these dining programs are subject to change depending on legal requirements issued by federal, state, and local governments, as well as guidance issued by public health experts and relevant University policies.