Meal Plans and Rates, 2018-2019

The 2018-19 meal plan contracts begin with dinner on Friday, September 7, 2018, for first-year students and at breakfast on Saturday, September 8, 2018, for all other contract holders. The Pre-Rade BBQ is open to all students with a TigerCard on Sunday, September 9, 2018, between 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Fall semester meal plan contracts end with dinner on January 25, 2019, after fall semester final exams.

Spring semester meal plan contracts begin with dinner on Sunday, February 3, 2019, and end with dinner on May 24, 2019.

Block meal plans cannot be used during fall recess, intersession and spring recess. Special recess contracts are available for purchase during these break periods  prior to the break period. Unlimited meal plan holders are automatically registered for a break meal plan at no additional cost.

Check your dining account activity and balances online any time at the TigerCard website.

Unlimited

The Unlimited Plan allows unlimited access to residential dining halls plus 10 additional guest meals for the semester. The Unlimited Plan allows for more than one entry during any meal period in the residential dining halls plus a single meal for each late meal period.  Unlimited meal plans also include complimentary break meal plans for fall, intersession and spring break periods.

This plan is the only plan available to first-year students.


Undergraduate $6,840/Graduate $6,870

 

Block 235

Sophomores and Graduate Students

Block 235 allows 235 meal swipes per semester, or approximately 15 meals per week, 10 of which may be used for guests. A meal swipe in the Block 235 Plan may be used for any late meal period.  Block 235 meals reset at the beginning of the semester. No credit is given for unused meals.

Juniors and Seniors

Block 235 allows 235 meal swipes per semester plus an additional 30 meals from the University for a total of 265, or approximately 17 meals per week, 10 of which may be used for guests. A meal swipe in the Block 235 Plan may be used for any late meal period.  Block 235 meals reset at the beginning of the semester. No credit is given for unused meals.


Undergraduate $6,565/Graduate $6,595

 

Block 190

Sophomores and Graduate Students

Block 190 allows 190 meal swipes per semester, or approximately 13 meals per week, 10 of which may be used for guests. A meal swipe in the Block 190 Plan may be used for any late meal period.  Block 190 meals reset at the beginning of the semester. No credit is given for unused meals.

Juniors and Seniors

Block 190 allows 190 meal swipes per semester plus an additional 30 meals from the University for a total of 220, or approximately 15 meals per week, 10 of which may be used for guests. A meal swipe in the Block 190 Plan may be used for any late meal period at the Frist Campus Center Gallery.  Block 190 meals reset at the beginning of the semester. No credit is given for unused meals.


Undergraduate $6,285/Graduate $6,315

 

Block 95

Juniors and Seniors

This plan will allow 95 meals per semester plus an additional 30 meals from the University for a total of 125, or approximately 8 meals per week, ten of which may be used for guests.  A meal swipe in the Block 95 Plan may be used for any late meal period. Block 95 meals reset at the beginning of the semester. This plan also includes 125 Dining Points, per fall semester and spring semester for a total of 250 points over the academic year. No credit is given for unused meals or unused Dining Points. Students who sign up for the spring semester will receive 125 Dining Points.

Graduate Students

This plan will allow 95 meals per semester, ten of which may be used for guests.  A meal swipe in the Block 95 Plan may be used for any late meal period at the Frist Campus Center Gallery.  Block 95 meals reset at the beginning of the semester. This plan also includes 125 Dining Points, per fall semester and spring semester for a total of 250 points over the academic year. No credit is given for unused meals or unused Dining Points. Students who sign up for the spring semester will receive 125 Dining Points.


Undergraduate $3,540/Graduate $3,570

 

Shared Block 95 (Eating Club Members Only)

This block plan will allow 95 meals per semester plus an additional 30 meals from the University for a total of 125, or approximately 8 meals per week in a campus dining hall, 10 of which may be used for guests.  A meal swipe in the Shared Block 95 Plan may be used for any late meal period.  Shared Block 95 meals reset at the beginning of the semester. No credit is given for unused meals.This plan is for registered club members who choose a room in one of the four-year residential colleges. The annual cost is determined by each eating club and is limited to a particular number of students determined by the club. Club members are encouraged to ask their club leadership for specific information regarding shared meal plans at their club. Additional information providing detail about the selection of this plan during room draw may be found on the Undergraduate Housing website.


Billed by the eating club.

Summer Block 40

Available to Princeton students and individuals granted summer housing through the Housing Office in the New South building, this plan allows contract holders 40 meals in select residential dining halls. During summer, residential dining halls are shared with Princeton summer campers and conference attendees. In addition, residential dining halls are open on a rotating basis. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in at least one dining hall each day.


$660

Flexible Block 30

Designed for juniors and seniors who plan to use only the Two Extra Meals program, the Flexible Block 30 Plan converts the two extra meals into a more flexible plan. Unlike in Two Extra Meals, with the Flexible Block 30, you can choose to use more than two meals per week and use it for other special meals.

Flexible Block 30 meals can be used as part of the Eating Club Meal Exchange, but may not be used for Late Meal, Lunch to Go or Guest Meals.


$210 per semester. You must sign up each semester.