Dining Services | Kent State University

Dining Services

Fuel Your Studies

Kent State University offers more than 20 dining options throughout campus from cafés to campus markets. Our primary focus is providing students with healthy choices at all dining locations and accommodating vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and students with allergies or dietary restrictions. We have several late-night options including Rosie’s, located in Tri-Towers, which is a 24-hour diner.

In addition to student dining halls, there are many familiar favorites including Subway, Einstein Bagels, Wholly Habaneros, Wow Bao, Auntie Anne’s and several locations serving Starbucks.

For additional information about dining, check out the Dining homepage or call 330-672-2541.

LITE PLAN

The Lite Plan is designed for students:

  • with a light appetite;
  • who are frequently off campus for weekends or throughout the week; and/or
  • who don’t snack much.

Funds from the Lite Plan roll over from the fall to springsemester, but excess funds do not roll over summer into thefollowing fall semester. All funds left over at the end of thespring semester will default back to the university.

BASIC PLAN

The Basic Plan is a great starter plan for incoming students who:

  • spend a few weekends off campus a semester; and/or
  • have a moderate appetite and snack lightly.

Funds from the Basic Plan roll over from the fall to spring semester, but excess funds do not roll over summer into the following fall semester. All funds left over at the end of the spring semester will default back to the university.

PREMIER PLAN

The Premier Plan is designed for students who:

  • rarely leave campus; and/or
  • snack throughout the day or have a hearty appetite.

Funds from the Premier Plan will roll over from the fall to spring semester. All funds left over at the end of the spring semester will roll over the summer only if the student has signed up for another Premier or Premier Plus Plan for the upcoming fall semester.

PREMIER PLUS PLAN

The Premier Plus Plan is great for students who:

  • are very active;
  • spend almost all their time on campus; and/or
  • frequently eat more than three meals a day.

Funds from the Premier Plus Plan will roll over from the fall to spring semester. All funds left over at the end of the spring semester will roll over the summer only if the student has signed up for another Premier or Premier Plus Plan for the upcoming fall semester.