Frequently Asked Questions
You can sign up for a meal plan via the Dining Services meal plan website www.GATechDining.com.
Depending on your meal plan, you are allotted a certain number of meal swipes: unlimited, 200, 125, & 75. All plans, except unlimited plans, are a declining balance. All full summer plans come with 100 Dining Points and $25 BuzzCard Funds. Additional Dining Points can be purchased throughout the semester in 200, 400, and 600 increments. The Freshman Short Summer plan is unlimited meal swipes and comes with 50 Dining Points and $25 BuzzCard Funds.
Your meal plan begins January 6th, 2017 at brunch 10:00am at Woodruff and North Ave. Last meal served will be May 5th, 2017 at lunch 2:00pm.
The start of the meal plan week is Friday until Thursday at 11:59pm.
Your meal swipe can be used at any of our 3 on-campus Community Restaurants: North Ave, Brittain and Woody’s. You can also use your meal swipes at the Simply To Go in Brittian as well as the Food Court Monday-Thursday from 4 PM-7 PM at Essential Eats and Simply Sustainable.
Unused meal swipes expire at the end of the semester.
Dining Points are tax exempt funds that can be used at all Georgia Tech Dining Services locations. One Dining Point equals $1. Dining Points can be purchased in increments of 200, 400, and 600. Customers who purchase $400 or $600 Dining Points receive an additional 10% in bonus points. Dining Points roll-over at the fall semester but expire at the end of spring. Dining Points purchased during spring or summer semesters do not roll-over.
Dining Points can be used at all 3 Community Restaurants and 19 Georgia Tech Dining Services on-campus locations. Dining Points are for food items only.
If you have a food allergy or intolerance, it is important to learn about our choices. Nutritional information for menu items, including common food allergens, are available on our website and listed on all menu identifiers at Community Restaurants. The Simple Servings station, available at North Ave and Woodruff, serves meals free of the eight (8) big allergens. Additionally, Mindful meals and options are available at all Community Restaurants and at Essential Eats, Simply to Go, and Simply Sustainable in the Food Court for those interested in healthy options with lower calorie and sodium content.
Our campus Dietitian, Amber Johnson, and Chefs are available to meet privately to discuss personal nutritional and determine the best solution for us to meet them. Contact our Dietitian, Amber Johnson for your dietary questions.
Hours of operations vary, visit www.GaTechDining.com for the most current hours of operations.
The only changes permitted are for students who are Freshman Experience Greek pledges switching to the Greek 5 who have received approval from the Greek Affairs office or Freshman Experience athletes switching to the Yellow Jacket plan who have received approval.
Meal Swipes are only valid for the student who is assigned the plan.
If you are Freshman Experience participant, your current meal plan will automatically continue from fall to spring semesters. It does not continue to summer semester. If you are a voluntary participant, your meal plan will not automatically continue.
Account balances are printed on the bottom of you receipt after each purchase and available on your BuzzPort at Buzzport.GaTech.edu.
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