Spring 2021 Undergraduate Dining

The Ivy Flex Dining Plan

For the Spring Term of 2021, all students assigned to rooms in the residence halls, LLCs, and Greek facilities will, as always, have a required meal plan. The Ivy Flex plan will provide services to students during the initial 8-day arrival quarantine period, throughout the academic term, and in the event of medically-required isolation and quarantine.

The Ivy Flex plan features $300 Dining Dollars to use at ramekin in Anonymous Hall, Collis Cafe, or Novack Cafe. Dining Dollars can also be used for take-out meals at '53 Commons. Any unspent Dining Dollars will expire at the end of each term and will not roll over to the next term. 

The cost of the plan is $2,220.

As has been the case since the spring term 2020, we are not able to offer dining plans for students, faculty, and staff living off-campus.

Meal Swipes and Value of a Meal Exchange

You can use your Ivy Flex dining plan to collect a meal-to-go from '53 Commons using our Green2Go program.  You can also trade access to '53 Commons during any meal period for a set value towards a single purchase at Collis Café or Novack Café.  The dollar equivalencies are $5.25 for breakfast, $7.75 for lunch, $10 for dinner, and $5.25 for late-night.

•    Breakfast: 7:00 a.m. – 10:59 a.m.
•    Lunch: 11:00 a.m. - 3:59 p.m.
•    Dinner: 4:00 p.m. - 8:59 p.m.
•    Late night: 9:00 p.m. to closing time for venues that are open late

Once you have chosen access to '53 Commons or used an equivalency at Collis Café or Novack Café, you commit to that track for the remainder of the meal period.


Dining Dollars

The Ivy Flex plan features $300 in Dining Dollars to use at ramekin in Anonymous Hall, Collis Cafe, or Novack Cafe. Dining Dollars can also be used for a meal at '53 Commons if you have already used a meal equivalency during that meal period.

Any unused Dining Dollars expire at the end of the term.

DDS Charging

DDS Charging is an additional account designed for dining purchases not covered by the undergraduate dining plans. If the term's allotment of Dining Dollars is exceeded, DDS Charging can be used for any additional dining purchases. This account also covers purchases at the Collis Market, the on-campus convenience store.

Any spending on the DDS Charging accounts is applied to the student's College account each month.

DA$H Discretionary

DASH is a prefunded account that can be used for on campus purchases including printing, events and all on-campus dining venues.  You can add funds though the GET Mobile app available from the CBORD Group for both iOS and Android devices or from any web browser.