Housing dishes new dining options for students, faculty, staff

Housing dishes new dining options for students, faculty, staff

Huskers share a laugh as they eat in Nebraska's new Willa Cather Dining Complex. The dining center opened in summer 2017.
Craig Chandler | University Communication
Huskers share a laugh as they eat in Nebraska's new Willa Cather Dining Complex. The dining center opened in summer 2017.

University Housing is offering new meal pricing for faculty and staff and updated meal plan options for upperclass students.

Faculty and staff meal pricing is valid beginning Jan. 8 in most dining centers and Grab-N-Go locations. Meal prices for faculty and staff are $5.75 for breakfast, $7.75 for lunch and $9.75 for dinner.

A one-time online sign-up for the faculty and staff meal pricing is required to agree to the terms of service. Learn more about the faculty and staff meal pricing or sign up here.

The new meal plan options for upperclassmen are designed to give students better flexibility in choosing a meal plan that best fits their schedules. The new plans go into effect for the 2018-19 academic year. Registration for 2018-19 on-campus housing opened Nov. 13.

The Red 440 Meal Pack gives sophomores or higher living on campus 220 swipes per semester. Junior class standing or higher can choose either the Red 440 or the White 250, which is 125 swipes per semester. The Herbie 25 is an add-on to either meal pack should students need to add more meal swipes.

Off-campus student meal plans are also available. Learn more about the new meal plan options here.

Editor's Note — The start date for the new meal plan options for underclassmen has been updated. A previous version reported that the plans begin in January. The meal plans are actually a new option for the 2018-19 academic year, which begins in August.