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Meal Plans & Dining Options
Located on the third floor of the Campus Center, the Robert Spitzer Dining Commons features a variety of fresh, healthy dining options for the entire MSOE campus community.
The Dining Commons is open 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekends during the academic year. When the Dining Commons is open, the campus community and guests can enjoy four stations all day (i.e., grill, salad bar, sandwich station, and daily special). During breaks and the summer, the Dining Commons has limited hours of operation.
On-Campus Student Meal Plans
Students who live on campus have access to a robust, unlimited meal plan program, allowing them to enjoy as much or as little as they need to stay healthy and focused without worrying when and how to dine.
First-Year and Second-Year Students
First-year and second-year students receive the unlimited meal plan as part of their residency requirement. This applies to students living in the residence halls and Grohmann Tower floors 4-7.
Upper-Division Students in Residence Halls
Junior and Senior students living in the residence halls have access to three options: 1) the unlimited plan, 2) a block plan, or 3) they can opt out of a meal plan. Students who opt out of a meal plan can still purchase one meal at a time.
Grohman Tower Students
Students who live on the upper floors of Grohmann Tower (floors 8-14) have access to the same options as upper-division students in the residence halls: 1) the unlimited plan, 2) a block plan, or 3) they can opt out of a meal plan. Students who opt out of a meal plan can still purchase one meal at a time.
Faculty, Staff, and Commuter Meal Plans
Faculty, staff, and commuter students can purchase 1) the unlimited plan, 2) a block plan, or 3) they can opt out of a meal plan. Those who opt out of a meal plan can still purchase one meal at a time.
About Spitzer Dining Commons
The space, which opened in Fall of 2020, meets students' expectations for healthy eating. Dining helps nourish the body and soul. Named after the third president of MSOE, the dining commons offers a pleasant experience in a bright and inviting space designed to support student programming and collaboration. Thank you to our alumni, friends, and corporate partners who funded this campus improvement.
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