How do I use my Meal Plan?
You are responsible for protecting your UNT ID card and are liable for unauthorized purchases. Lost or stolen cards should be reported to the ID card office in the Eagle Student Services Center and Dining Services (940-565-2462) immediately so that the missing card can be deactivated.
If someone uses the Plan(s) on your lost or stolen card, please file a report with the UNT Police (police.unt.edu/reportcrime) immediately so they may investigate. Monitor usage of your Meal Plan online at anytime.
Where can I get a Student ID card?
ID cards are issued by UNT ID Systems in the Eagle Student Services Center (ESSC) #105. It takes at least one hour for new ID information to update across all UNT systems. If you plan to use your new ID immediately after it is issued, please contact us to make sure your meal plan is transferred to your new ID.
Students must notify Dining Services if they receive a new ID card so that their Meal Plan Membership can be transferred to the new card.
How do I buy a Meal Plan?
All Meal Plans are purchased online. Look for the PURCHASE NOW button at the top of this page.
Then log in using your EUID and password and follow the prompts. Meal Plans are billed to your MyUNT account and may be paid using financial aid, scholarships, installments credit card and other forms of payment.
Students who live on-campus will select their Meal Plan when applying for Housing.
How much does a Dining Hall meal cost?
No Meal Plan? No problem! See our Standard Door Rates for specific prices for Dining Hall meals.
We accept major credit cards, Flex, Declining Balance, and contactless mobile payment. As part of our Covid-19 response, no cash is accepted at this time.
Can I take food out of a Dining Hall?
UNT’s dining halls are designed to be environmentally and economically sustainable, so we do not offer Dining Hall meals to-go. Take-out service increases costs and generates additional landfill waste on campus.
Can I let my friends use my meals?
Meal Plans that are charged per-visit (counted swipes) may be used to treat a Guest to a meal in a Dining Hall. Unlimited Plans may not be used for Guests.
Flex may be used to treat Guests in Dining Halls and Retail Restaurants. Simply pay the Standard Door Rate.
Where can I eat on the weekends?
Typically one Dining Hall and several Retail Restaurant options are open on the weekend during the long semesters. We recommend bookmarking Hours of Operation as hours may vary on holidays and during summer sessions.
What are the hours of Retail Restaurants?
Hours of Operation on our website is the best source for standard and special hours.
I have a lot of classes at Discovery Park. Will my Meal Plan work there?
Flex may be used at Discovery Perks Grill and Discovery Perks Market.
Dining Hall swipes may be used at Discovery Perks Grill at Discovery Park for a Discovery Perks Grill Combo Meal (daily entrée + side + fountain beverage).
Are freshmen required to have a meal plan?
All first-year student rooms on campus and some Upperclassman rooms on campus are bundled with a Meal Plan. See Dining Services Policies for more information. Simply select your Meal Plan when you apply for Housing.
Meal Plans are optional — but recommended — for Upperclassmen living in College Inn, Honors, Legends, Mozart, Santa Fe and Traditions, and all other UNT students living off-campus, including graduate students. Check out our Meal Plans and purchase now.
How many weeks are in a semester?
Where can we eat if there is a university closure due to inclement weather?
During inclement weather events, www.dining.unt.edu/hours is the best source for information.
How can I change my Meal Plan?
Some Meal Plans may be changed during specific timeframes. To request a change, please complete our Change Request Form.
What kind of food is served in the Dining Halls?
Our Dining Halls serve a wide variety of healthy, made-from-scratch dishes. Each offers a constantly-rotating selection of entrees, sides, salads and desserts. Our professionally-trained Chefs provide creative menus and frequent special celebrations.
Bruceteria: Centrally-located and offering all your home-style favorites daily, Bruceteria is popular and well-loved by the entire UNT community. Enjoy everything from scratch-made pasta and pizza and to a full vegan line.
Champs: Located near Apogee Stadium and other Mean Green athletic facilities, Champs is especially popular among student athletes thanks to its focus on sports nutrition. Perfect for all students with active lifestyles.
Mean Greens Café: Proudly holding the title of the first 100% vegan dining hall in the country, Mean Greens at Maple Hall isn’t just for vegans and vegetarians. It has a campus-wide reputation for satisfying, healthy, plant-based fare.
Kitchen West: West Hall is home to Texas’ first university Dining Hall Certified Free From™ the Big 8 Food Allergens and Gluten. Our culinary team crafts delicacies that are free of allergens, yet still full of flavor. The familiar home-style goodness we serve up in every dish and the array of incredible desserts will keep you coming back for more.
Eagle Landing: Set to open in late 2020 and replace Kerr Dining Hall, Eagle Landing is our new, state-of-the-art food hall. One swipe offers your pick of a wide array of cuisines—from Latin fusion to home-style favorites, from Asian-inspired dishes to Italian classics and more. Eagle Landing is also home a separate Retail venue where you can find delicious grab-and-go options.
What if I am on a special diet?
Students with a condition that requires a special diet may request a Special Diet Meal Plan. Please contact Dining@unt.edu for more information.
Who can I contact for more information?
We are available to assist you at 940-565-2462 Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m. when the university is open. You may also contact us at Dining@unt.edu.