Bradley offers several choices of meal plans for Residential students, Commuter/Non-Residential students and Faculty and Staff. For detailed information on any of the meal plans at Dining Services.
Students living in the dorms (Williams, Geisert, UHall, Harper, Wycoff, Heitz, Elmwood, Wendle, and Lovelace) are required to carry a full meal plan. It is set up automatically and billed with the room and board charges on the student’s tuition bill. Four full meal plans are available: All Access (unlimited), 120 Block per semester, 14 per week, and 9 per week. If no meal plan selection is made, the student’s meal plan will default to the 9 Per Week meal plan.
Meal Plan Changes
Residential students can make a meal plan change beginning move in weekend through the first full week of classes each semester. Meal plan changes can only be made online. Log into resliving.bradley.edu, click on the ‘Change my Meal Plan’ link at the top of the page to view and change your meal plan.
Students living in College Hall, SAC, St. James, 1400 Fredonia, any Fraternity or Sorority, as well as Off Campus students may purchase any Residential plan, the 50 Block Plan, 25 Block Plan, APT Plan or BU Bucks. Off Campus meal plans continue throughout the academic year.
Faculty and Staff
Staff have the option to purchase BU Bucks or any meal plan including the Faculty/Staff meal plan to be used at any dining location on campus. Sales tax is paid at the time of purchase.
Purchasing Meal Plans
Off Campus students may purchase meal plans in the following ways:
Contact Student Financial Services to add to tuition prior to the tuition due date (refer to your tuition bill for dates).
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Meal Plans purchased online through BUServices starting July 1 until November 1 are good for the Fall Semester. Meal Plans purchased after November 1 until April 1 are good for the Spring Semester. Meal Plans are paid in full at the time of purchase and are non-refundable once purchased.
BU Bucks, Dining Dollars, and QuickCash accounts are covered by the Family Education Rights Privacy Act – the University can only release account information to the student. If a parent or guardian needs balance or spending information, please contact your student.