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Dining on campus isn’t one size fits all. Our meal plans were designed to meet your unique needs. If you are looking to enjoy a meal with friends or just a snack on the go – we’ve got a plan to fit every appetite.

The Meal Plan Change Deadline for Fall 22/23 is September 6th. 

First Year Freshmen:  All freshmen living on campus are automatically enrolled in the Rebel Unlimited Plus 1 for both the Fall and Spring Semesters, regardless of greek affiliation. These students may select the Weekly 14 or Weekly 12 Meal Plans up until the end of the first 2 weeks of the semester. All students living in the Residential College are automatically enrolled in the RC Unlimited Plus 1 for both the Fall and Spring Semesters, regardless of classification or greek affiliation. For more information on freshmen meal plan options please view our freshmen meal plan guide

Greek Life: Most sorority/fraternity houses offer their own meal plans, which are not to be confused with the university meal plans.  The university meal plans supplement the sorority/fraternity house meal plan, and allows you to eat at on campus, as well as, with their organization.  Two plans can complement each other.  The university does not govern or have influence over sorority/fraternity house meal plans, and financial arrangements are made between the student and the organization. Students invited to become a member of a sorority or fraternity have an opportunity to change their university meal plan to the Going Greek Meal Plan in the Fall Semester and the Spring Semester, based on proof and date of pledge, in addition to any meals that may be provided at the sorority/fraternity house. If Greek membership is suspended by either the student or the organization, then the university Going Greek meal plan will automatically default to the previous meal plan selection, with adjustments made to the ID accounts and the Bursar account. Students do not have to change their university meal plan to the Going Greek Meal Plan; this is simply an option. They will be able to change their meal plan to the Going Greek plan AFTER recruitment. 

Upperclassmen/Commuters/Graduates: While Meal Plans are not mandatory, you can still enjoy the benefits and convenience of having a plan. You have the option to pick from any of our 6 different Meal Plans. For more information on upperclassmen meal plans please view our upperclassmen meal plan guide

Students have the first two weeks of each semester to make changes to their meal plan.  

Review the following pages for additional information:

We’ve kept what’s most important to you in mind, building in the convenience, flexibility, quality, value and healthy options you deserve. Explore our meal plan options to learn more about what would be the best fit for you.

Our Meal Plans

Going Greek

All freshmen assessed for university housing are required to purchase a university semester meal plan BOTH Fall and Spring Semesters of their freshmen year, regardless of Greek affiliation. Sorority/fraternity houses may offer their own meal plans, which are not to be confused with the required university meal plans. University meal plans and sorority/fraternity house meal plans can complement each other, and allow you to eat on campus, as well as, with your organization. The university does not govern or influence sorority/fraternity house meal plans, and all financial arrangements are made between the student and the organization, and are separate from the university.

 

All that are participating in sorority recruitment are required to have the Move In Week plan in the Fall Semester. The Move In Week plan begins at least one week before the semester meal plans, and any unused meals remain accessible through the end of semester final exams. Although it is required in the Fall Semester for students participating in sorority recruitment, it is available for any student to choose. The Move In Week plan is not required for fraternity pledges. Move In Week meals are not automatically reassessed in the Spring Semester.

 

Students invited to become a member of a sorority or fraternity have an opportunity to change their university meal plan to the Going Greek Meal Plan in the Fall Semester and the Spring Semester, based on proof and date of pledge, in addition to any meals that may be provided at the sorority/fraternity house. If Greek membership is suspended by either the student or the organization, then the university Going Greek meal plan will automatically default to the previous meal plan election, with adjustments made to the ID accounts and the Bursar account. Students do not have to change their university meal plan to the Going Greek Meal Plan; this is simply an option. To view all freshmen meal plan options, visit Freshmen Resident Meal Plans.  

                                                                                                                                                                                     If a meal plan is required, and a meal plan is not selected, the Rebel Unlimited Plus One meal plan will be automatically assessed. The Residential College Unlimited Plus One meal plan is required for all residents of the Residential College and is automatically assessed for students assigned to Residential College Housing. The Going Greek meal plan will not satisfy this requirement and is not an option to those assessed for a room in the Residential College, including Lucky Day Residential College (LDRC) and Residential College South (RCS).

If selecting a meal plan after semester fees and meal plan assessment, it is considered a meal plan change and must be submitted by meal plan change request form online through olemissdining.com to be considered. Once fees are assessed, the first change is done at no charge. $25 is assessed for additional changes. Adjustments, for usage from the previous meal plan, will be made to the new meal plan, Flex, or Ole Miss Express, after the change is completed. If meals or funds are not available for adjustment, the Bursar account will be billed for previous meal plan usage, in addition to the new meal plan. 

Commuters
Freshmen Residents
Upperclass Residents
Faculty and Staff
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Graduate Students
Residential College
Flex & Ole Miss Express

ID CENTER/OLE MISS EXPRESS/MEAL PLAN POLICIES

Updated 5/11/2022

FLEX DOLLARS/ OLE MISS EXPRESS POLICIES

 

Required Flex Dollars: All Oxford Campus full-time degree seeking undergraduate students under the age of 25 will be assessed for required Flex Dollars each Fall and Spring Semester. Beginning in fall 2022, all first-year freshmen will be assessed $300 Flex Dollars per semester, in addition to meal plans. All others will continue to be assessed for $250 Flex Dollars each semester. In fall 2023, all Oxford Campus full-time degree seeking undergraduate students under the age of 25 will be assessed for $300 Flex Dollars each Fall and Spring Semester. Flex Dollars are billed to the students Bursar account, along with other registration charges, and are deposited automatically on the Ole Miss ID Card after registration is completed. Flex Dollars are declining balance, and designed to supplement students campus dining needs. Flex Dollars are restricted to Ole Miss Dining locations, on-campus drink/snack vending machines, and the Café in the Ole Miss Bookstore.

 

Ole Miss Express is an optional declining balance spending account usable at select locations on and off campus.

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