FAQs

Here is a list of Frequently Asked Questions concerning dining on campus. If you don't find the answer to your question, please send us an email to dutreix-lionel@aramark.com and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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Meal Plans

How do I sign up?

  • Freshmen - You can sign up at Student Orientation, the ID Center located downstairs in Johnson Commons West, or by filling out an online request form. All freshmen assessed for housing are required to purchase a semester meal plan BOTH Fall and Spring semesters of their freshman year, regardless of Greek affiliation.  If a meal plan is not selected, the Rebel 50 Plus 1 meal plan will be automatically assessed.
  • Upperclassmen/Commuters - You can sign up by filling out an online request form, at the ID Center located downstairs in Johnson Commons West, or at orientation.
  • Residential College South & Luckyday Residents- You are automatically assessed the Rebel Unlimited Plus 1 meal plan.
  • ALL members holding a semester meal plan in the fall semester will be automatically assessed for the same meal plan in the spring semester, regardless of Greek affiliation or classification, unless a refund request or meal plan change request is approved to cancel.

Can I change my meal plan?

Freshmen & Upperclassmen not living in Residential College South/Luckyday- Yes! You can change your plan up until the end of the first three weeks of the fall and spring semester, with charges prorated accordingly. The first meal plan change is free of charge but every change afterwards requires a $25 fee. Changes must be submitted to the ID Center in writing or at olemissdining.com before the change deadline to be considered. This includes changes to the Greek meal plan in the spring. No late requests will be considered or exceptions made due to late acceptance into organization..

Residential College South & Luckyday residents - No, there is only one meal plan for the RC and every resident of the RC is automatically signed up.

Can I treat friends or family with my meals?

Yes! All freshmen meal plans, with the exception of the Spring Greek Plus 1 allow you to treat up to 10 guests, or yourself, each semester with your meal plan. The guest meals are built in your existing meal plan. If you run out of guest meals you can always treat a guest on your Flex Dollars.

What is a Plus 1?

The “Plus 1” is one swipe per day that can be used for entry into the Rebel Market, the Marketplace at the RC, breakfast & lunch at the Grill at 1810 or at any other Ole Miss Dining location for a $8.00 cash equivalence towards prepared food and beverage purchases. The “Plus 1” can only be used once per day, and re-sets each day at 2 am.  It does not accumulate over the semester.

Can I carry meals over to the next semester?

Rebel Meal Plans - No, meals do not rollover. We can help you decide on the right meal plan to fit your schedule and eating habits ensuring that you get the full value for your dollars.


Plus 1 Plans - No, the "Plus 1" portion of the plan  resets to one available transaction each day.

If I do not have a meal plan, can I still eat at the Rebel Market?

Yes. The retail door price is $8.50 for breakfast and $10.50 for lunch and dinner. Meals purchased at the door rate are subject to a 7% sales tax.

What if I lose my Student ID?

Report any lost or stolen ID’s immediately to the ID Card Center, the University of Mississippi Police Department, or online at https://get.cbord.com/olemiss to place a hold on an ID account.  IDs reported as lost or stolen will not be reactivated over the phone.  Only ID’s presented in person at the ID Card Center by the cardholder identified on the card, or online at https://get.cbord.com/olemiss will be reinstated as an active account. Once an ID has been replaced, it is permanently disabled, and may not be turned back on.

 

What do I do if I run out of Flex Dollars?

Simple! Just add to your account. You can use cash, check, money order, or credit card. When you want to replenish your Flex Dollars, just go to the ID Center, located downstairs in Johnson Commons West, or Click HERE.  Any remaining balance on a Flex Dollars account is carried forward each semester.  Carryover balances may not be used to meet future required deposits.

What if my retail meal exceeds $8.00?

Flex Dollars can be used to supplement your meals and will cover the additional charge. For example, if you purchase an $8.50 meal at the Student Union Food Court, your Flex dollars will be deducted .50 cents. You can also use cash, credit, or Ole Miss Express to cover the balance of your purchase.

How do I know how many meals or Flex I have left on my accounts?

You can view your meal and Flex balance at any dining location or the ID Center, located downstairs in Johnson Commons West, or Click HERE.

Do I have to re-enroll for a Spring semester meal plan?

All students holding a meal plan for the fall semester will automatically be assessed for the same meal plan in the spring semester, regardless of Greek affiliation. To change your meal plan between the fall and spring semester, go to OleMissDining.com or visit the ID Center.

Is Flex Taxed?

Yes Flex Dollars are taxed just like cash, credit or Ole Miss Express.

If you have any additional questions, please contact us at:

Ole Miss Dining
Phone: 662.915.1467 
Email:  dutreix-lionel@aramark.com 


Phone:  662.915.2775

Email: greenwood-amy@aramark.com 

ID Center
Phone: 662.915.7423 
Email: Omexpres@olemiss.edu 

Ole Miss Dining accepts Visa and Mastercard.


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Account

Where can I find more info on nutrition?

For more on Nutritional Information and Healthy for Life initiatives, visit our Eat Well section.

How do I create an account?

Click the "Login" button, and then on the login page click the "create a new account" link.

How do I find more about Nutritional Information?

Use our Comparison Box and Nutritional Calculator to get the most out of your eating decisions. Select products from the Menu section and use one of the options below to get accurate comparisons and information about your choices. 

For more on Nutritional Information and Healthy for Life initiatives, visit our Eat Well section.