Dining

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Meal Plans 

All residential students are required to participate in one of the College’s meal plans. Students select their own meal plan for the academic year when they complete their online housing application in Banner Web.

Meal Rates per Semester

There are three meal plans offered at Guilford to on-campus residential students. The Quaker 19 Meal Plan is the default plan for students who don’t select a meal plan. 

Meal Plan
Includes
Eligibility
Rates
Quaker 19 Plus* 19 meals/week plus $100 Dining Dollars/semester  All traditional students $2450
Quaker 19 19 meals/week only All traditional students
$2345
Quaker 14 14 meals/week plus $175 Dining Dollars/semester 
All traditional students
$2345
Quaker 10 10 meals/week plus $175 Dining Dollars/semester
Sophomores, juniors & seniors only (24+ credit hours)  $1865
100 Any Meal Block 100 meal swipes/semester (no rollover to next term) Apartment and theme house residents only $635 (minimum requirement for apartment/theme house residents)
25 Meal Block Plan    25 meals per semester (does not roll over to next term)  CCE Students Only $170
*First-year students are required to choose from the 19 Meal Plus, the 19 Meal, or 14 Meal plans for the entire first academic year. The Quaker 19 Meal Plan is the default plan for students who don’t select a meal plan. 

Dining Dollars are restricted to use in the Founders Hall Grill or the Quakeria. They may not be used anywhere else and are not transferable to the Quaker Card. 

Meal plan changes are only accepted through the first week of classes each semester. Traditional students who live off campus are eligible for any of the traditional meal plans. Students may also elect to put money onto their student IDs through the Quaker Card program. To add money to your Quaker Card, please visit the Quaker Card website.

Meal plan changes are made through Residence Life. Changes may be made during the summer up until the end of the first week of classes in the fall, or between semesters until the end of the first week of the spring semester. No meal plan changes will be made after the first week of classes in either semester.