Resident Meal Plans
In order to meet your campus dining needs, we have designed the following meal plans for the 2016-17 academic year. If you need to purchase a meal plan, or if you would like to make a change to the plan you have already selected, simply go to the Residential Life Office, located at 73 Tremont Street and complete a meal plan change form during the first three weeks of the semester. All resident students are required to participate in a declining balance meal plan.
Meal Plan A: $3222 per year/$1611 per semester
Plan “A” is designed for those students that rarely skip a meal, snack frequently and prefer upscale items.
Meal Plan B: $2890 per year/$1445 per semester
Plan “B” is designed for those students who do not often skip meals, who tend to snack frequently, or who prefer upscale offerings on a regular basis.
Meal Plan C: $2576 per year/$1288 per semester
Plan "C" is designed for those students who, because of their schedule or commitments, cannot always eat all their meals on campus.
NEW THIS YEAR - Commuter Meal Plans
Did you know . . . you can now purchase Commuter Food Points that can be used in all Suffolk Dining Locations?!
New this year, Commuter Students and Graduate Students can add money to their Ram Cards that is specifically for use in Dining. Resident Students who find themselves running low on Meal Plan money can also add Commuter Food Points to their Ram Cards.Ready to buy? Visit the GET login page to get started - https://get.cbord.com/suffolk/full/login.php. Parents and family members can also purchase Food Points for their students. Follow the same link and click on the Parents, Guardians or other Family Members link.
Using Your Meal Card
Selection of a Campus Dining Services Meal Plan allows you purchasing power equivalent to the plan you have selected by utilizing your Ram Card. Here is how it works:
Each student receives an initial balance for the plan chosen. In addition to your resident café, 150 Tremont Café or Miller Hall Café, all funds may be used at the retail cafes. These include: 20 Somerset Café, Sawyer Café, Café 73, and Sargent Café.
Lost or stolen Meal Cards can be replaced. Should this happen to you, it is important that you immediately obtain a new ID from the Suffolk University Police Office located in the Sawyer Building lobby. Your new (most recent) ID is the only card that will be accepted in dining service locations. If you lose your ID and would like to activate an older ID, please visit the Bursar's Office in Donahue 325.
Balances are carried over from semester to semester, but not year to year. You may add additional funds to your Ram Account. For detailed account activity, as well as balance information visit www.ManageMyID.com.
In This Section
The Ram Account is a voluntary account that can be used at any dining services location on campus as well as at participating off campus locations. For a complete list of participating off campus locations visit www.suffolk.edu/ramcard.
Do you have particular dietary needs? Please let us know. Our campus dining services program can accommodate your special dietary requirements. For more information, please contact a dining services manager.
One of our main goals is to provide a pleasant, clean, comfortable and satisfying dining experience. In order to meet this goal, we ask for your assistance with the following procedures:
- Please bus your table when you have finished dining.
- Please put your refuse in the proper Bin. Plates, Cups, Napkins and Food in compost, Plastic and Glass bottles in recycling and the rest, if any, in the trash.
- Proper attire and footwear must be worn at all times in a dining facility.
- You must present your own I.D. at all times when making a purchase using your declining balance accounts.
- I.D.’s are not transferable. Do not lend your I.D. to anyone or borrow one from someone else.