All students living in residence halls are required to participate in one of the meal plans. Meal plans are for the designated student. Guest meal passes are included in most meal plans noted below. Each meal plan includes flexible cash value, dining dollars, which allow students to purchase snacks for late hours and convenience during the day.
The following four meal plans include discretionary funds referred to as Dining Dollars which are accepted at the following locations: Fieras, CatTrax, the Marketplace, The Wildcat Den, Starbucks, Cafe Libre, Smoothie King, Temaki & Tea, and Melted. Dining Dollars allow students to purchase meals, snacks, or beverages from any dining location. Each of the meal plans, except the Spooner Hall meal plan, also come with guest passes so family and friends can enjoy a meal with students in either the Marketplace of the Wildcat Den.
|Platinum Meal Plan||$2,455 per semester|
Allows the student to eat an unlimited amount of meals per week. This plan also includes Late Night exchanges in the MP. This meal plan includes:
|Gold Meal Plan||$2,339 per semester|
Allows the student to eat an unlimited amount of meals per week. This plan also includes Late Night exchanges in the MP. The plan includes:
|Silver Meal Plan||$2,207 per semester|
Allows the student to eat 14 meals per week. This plan also includes:
|Bronze Meal Plan||$1,718 per semester|
Allows the student to eat 10 meals per week. This plan also includes:
|Spooner Meal Plan||$904 per semester|
|Available only to Spooner Hall residents - the entire amount is in dining dollars..|
Commuter Meal Plans
|Dine Superior (60 meals with $150 flex dollars)||$570|
|Dine Smart (50 meals with $100 flex dollars)||$465|
|Dine Standard (25 meals with no flex dollars)||$195|
|Dine Simple (No meals and $100 flex dollars)||$100|
Click here to visit NMU's Dining Service's website for more information about meal plans and dining facilities.
Click here to visit the Wildcat Express Center's website for information about commuter meal plan accounts.
Updated: May, 2016