Residential Meal Plan Options
Dining at Waldorf University gives you the convenient, on campus options you need to power through you academic day. From 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., our meal plan options are available to you in our flexible board plan and commuter plan options.
Food Service Locations
Waldorf has two great locations for our students to choose from to meet their on campus dining needs.
Campus Dining Room (Campus Center, second level)
Traditional all you can eat dining with entrée options, full salad bar, build you own deli, made to order choices, pizza, desserts and beverages.
- Breakfast: Monday-Friday 7 to 8:30 a.m.
- Lunch: Monday-Friday 11 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
- Dinner: Monday-Friday 5 to 7 p.m.
- Saturday & Sunday Brunch 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Saturday & Sunday Dinner 5 to 6 p.m.
Warrior Crossing Café (Atrium)
Convenient grab and go choices for a quick lunch between classes or an afternoon or evening power up. Featuring Cabin Coffee custom brews and a ton of sweet and salty goodies!
- Monday-Thursday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Friday 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Residential Meal Plans
Waldorf University offers three great meal plans for our residential students! Warrior Bucks are also available to provide flexibility in your dining options.
Purple Plan: 19 Meals per Week with $125 Declining Balance
This plan offers the best value for your dining dollars. Every Wednesday morning, you start with 19 new meals to use for the week. Use meals however you’d like in the Campus Dining Room or Warrior Crossing under the guideline listed in the exchange policy below. Also included is the $125 in Declining Balance for you to use whenever and however you like. Please review the Meal Exchange Policy for information about how and when meals are used.
Gold Plan: 12 Meals per Week with $225 Declining Balance
This plan offers an alternate blend of meals per week and declining balance for those who prefer even more flexibility to eat away from the dining room. This plan starts each Wednesday with 12 new meals and $225 declining dollars to use over the semester. As above, please review the Meal Exchange Policy for information about how and when meals are used.
Silver Plan: 125 Meals per Semester with $300 Declining Balance
This plan offers the greatest flexibility and largest declining balance, but once you’ve used up you balances you may need to purchase additional meals. This plan is great for those missing meals while off campus for jobs or student teaching.
Commuter Meal Plans
Commuter Block Plans are the best way for commuter and part-time students, faculty and staff to get the most for their dining dollars on campus. Commuter Block Plans work much the same way as the Residential Meal Plans do. Use meals however you’d like in the Campus Dining Room or Warrior Crossing under the guideline listed in the exchange policy below. Also included is the Declining Balance for you to use whenever and however you like. Additionally, Commuter Plans do not expire and carry over from semester to semester and have no restriction on how many or how oftern you use meals throughout the day.
Please contact the Business Office, 2nd Floor Salveson Hall, for current pricing and payment options.
- Block 80: 80 meals with $75 Declining Balance
- Block 50: 50 meals with $75 Declining Balance
- Block 30: 30 meals with $100 Declining Balance
Warrior Bucks work like declining balance on your card. They may be added any time throughout the year and do not expire. Warrior Bucks can be added by visiting the Business Office located on the second floor of Salveson Hall or parents may call 641.585.8135. Adding Warrior Bucks is a good way to extend your meals without having to carry cash. As an added bonus, you receive ten percent extra for every $50 you put on your card.
As an added feature you may exchange meals in the Warrior Crossing, and Concessions under the following restrictions.
- Meals exchanged have no cash value and you must choose from the options on the posted menus at each location without substitution.
- One meal per meal period may be used during any given meal period with the purple and gold plans.
- Meal Periods are defined as follows:
- Breakfast: 6 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
- Lunch: 10:31 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Dinner: 3:01 p.m. to 11 p.m.
When you use meals for a meal period, it’s used for all locations on campus. For example, for you eat breakfast at 8 a.m. in the dining room, your next meal exchange is not available at any location until 10:01 a.m. You can use declining balance when meals are not available.
Meal plans are available during most dates when classes are in session. Please review the academic calendar for times when meal service will be limited or unavailable due to breaks.
Catering services are available, please call or ask for details! To schedule services please fill out a request form.
For information on dining or catering services, please call 641.585.8168 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.