A: Free, private nutritional counseling with Campus Dining Service’s Registered Dietitian is available to all meal plan members. If you would like to make an appointment, contact the dietician at 632-9979.
A: Additional money can be added online at stonybrook.edu/dining.
A: Log on to stonybrook.edu/dining for all your dining needs!
A: Resident students in their first two semesters at Stony Brook and students living in mandatory meal plan buildings/areas are required to be on one of the resident meal plans.
A: Withdrawal from the University does not constitute a termination of the meal plan. Any student who leaves the University must notify the Meal Plan Office of his/her withdrawal and request cancellation of the meal plan in writing. If this is not done, the full amount of the meal plan will remain on the bill.
A: Students on a meal plan receive a tax break on all edible items purchased from any on-campus dining location.
A: Any dining cashier can provide you with this information and you can also check online at stonybrook.edu/dining.
A: Kosher grab-and-go sandwiches and salads can be found throughout campus at our retail locations. At East Side Dining, we feature a dedicated kosher food concept with a Fresh-Mex menu in The Emporium.
A:If you do not select a meal plan, you will automatically be placed on the Wolfie Standard
Plan so that you may eat as soon as you come to campus. For more information about
meal plans, please visit the meal plan website at stonybrook.edu/mealplan.
A: Meal plans can be downgraded at any time during the first two weeks of the semester and upgraded at any time during the semester. You may do this by visiting the Meal Plan Office at 157 East Side Dining, or by going online to stonybrook.edu/dining.
A: Please note that all new students must be on a meal plan for at least their first two semesters. Visit the meal plan website at stonybrook.edu/mealplan for a list of options.
A: If a student becomes ill and cannot leave his/her room for meals, s/he must notify his/her Resident Assistant (RA) or Resident Hall Director (RHD). The RA or RHD will provide the student with a “Sick Tray Request Form” which authorizes someone other than the student to use his or her card. Once this form is completed, the student can have a friend pick up a meal. A student who is sick for more than 48 hours must be referred to the Student Health Service for written authorization of an extension.
A: Halal food is available at Halal New York in East Side Dining.