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Meal Taps

Students eating at the PHC dining room

Our dining plans are stored on your credential account and must be presented at the time of dining. Tap your credential at the entrance and you're on your way! The PHC Dining Room offers buffet-style dining and has the most variety in Heritage Commons. Residents with meal plans primarily use their meals here, but anyone can dine at the PHC by paying at the entrance.

Dietary Concerns? Delicious Without in the PHC Dining Room where meals are prepared without the eight most commons allergens.

Meal Transfers

Students utilize a dollar value of a meal from your meal plan at another location on campus to purchase food and drinks. If food and drink purchases are over that amount, residents can use flex dollars, dining dollars, cash, or debit/credit for the remaining amount.

You are able to transfer a meal by selecting up to the dollar amount in food and drink purchases only; there are other items sold in the Honors Market that are not food items, such as toilet paper, soap, laundry detergent, and medicine, which are not included.

If the meal purchase costs more than the transfer amount designated for that location, students may choose to use Flex Dollars or cash to pay the difference. The typical ticket price for meals was utilized to identify the meal transfer rate.

Boost Mobile

Boost Mobile App

Your mobile ordering app on campus! Order ahead at a variety of locations on campus.

Select a dining location, view the menu, and select a time to pick up your meal. You can check out with your credential account!


Dining Services has partnered with Starship to launch its innovative food delivery service, using autonomous personal delivery devices (PDDs).  Order and pay for food for delivery from the Starship app.


Flex Dollars

Flex dollars work as a declining debit balance loaded on to students' credential account so students can purchase food and other items. Flex dollars transfer between semesters but are no longer usable at the end of the academic year. Flex dollars allow students to access a wider variety of food options.