Dining Options

Meal Plans

Hours Of Operation

Dining Options

Meal Plans

Hours Of Operation

Campus Dining Options

All students living in traditional housing (Beckman, Binz, Rohlman, and the Visitation are required to have a Traditional meal plan.  The Traditional meal contract entitles students to meals when classes are in session.  The plans are not transferable from one student to another, and any meals not eaten at the end of the semester are not transferable and are nonrefundable. Meals are available on campus during the times that January Term classes are in session, and students on the purple or gold meal plan for the spring semester are assigned to a January term meal plan based on the number of days their class is on campus. Students on a Duhawk meal plan will have their Duhawk meal plan available to them during January term.  First and second year students are required to have a Traditional meal plan, Juniors and Seniors in alternative housing may choose a Traditional or Alternative meal plan or may opt out of a meal plan.

Traditional Meal Plans Alternative Meal Plans
Hours of Operation

Café

Breakfast    Monday – Friday 7:15 am – 9:30am
Brunch        Saturday & Sunday 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Lunch          Monday – Friday 11:00 am – 1:15 pm
Dinner         Monday – Thursday 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm,  Friday 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm, Sunday 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Duhawk Market

Monday – Thursday   8:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday                            8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday                       10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Sunday                          5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

POD

Monday – Thursday  8:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday                           8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Saturday                      closed
Sunday                         5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

PUB

Monday – Friday       11:00 am – 9:30 pm
Saturday                      1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sunday                         3:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Einstein Bros Bagels

Monday – Thursday    6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Friday                             6:00 am – 2:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday      7:00 am – 2:00 pm

Meal Plan Options

Traditional Meal Plans

GOLD OPEN ACCESS
The Gold Open Access plan allows for unlimited meals served per semester to be eaten in the Cafe. This plan provides students with a VIP pass to the Cafe. This includes unlimited entrances throughout the day, allowing students to re-enter the cafe for a soda, a snack or a study group with friends. This plan also features $250 per semester to be used in the Cafe, The Pub, the Duhawk Market, Concessions, Einstein Bros. Bagels or the Hoffmann mini-store.

PURPLE 125 PLAN
The Purple 125 plan allows for 125 meals served per semester to be eaten in the Cafe. This plan also features $200 per semester to be used in the Cafe, The Pub, the Duhawk Market, Concessions, Einstein Bros. Bagels or the Hoffmann mini-store. Purchases of $100 or more in additional points receive a 5% bonus from Campus Dining. This plan also features 3 guest passes per semester to dine in the Cafe. Any remaining points or meals not eaten are not transferable from one semester to the next, and are nonrefundable. Additional Duhawk Dollars can be purchased in increments of $25.  This plan also features 3 guest passes per semester to dine in the Café.

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Alternative Meal Plans

All students living in alternative housing (Byrne Oaks, McCarthy-Lynch Apartments, Smyth Hall, Visitation Apartments or College-owned houses) and all commuter students are NOT required to be on a meal plan. However, they may choose to be on a traditional or alternative meal plan. The Duhawk Plan and Loras Meal Plan ARE NOT available to students living in traditional campus housing. The Duhawk Plan or Loras Meal Plan contracts entitle students to meals only when classes are in session. Pub points cannot be used during academic breaks (i.e., spring break, winter break, etc.). The plan is not transferable from one student to another. All meal plans will automatically be reassigned for the spring semester unless the Residence Life Office is notified in writing that you do not want to renew a plan. Meal plans cannot be changed after September 2 in the fall semester and February 3 in the spring semester. Meals are available on campus during the times that January Term classes are in session.

Duhawk Plan
This plan features $525 per semester to be used in the Cafe, The Pub, the Duhawk Market, Concessions, Einstein Bros. Bagels or the Hoffmann mini-store (POD). While balances are transferable from fall to spring semester if you renew your plan second semester, any remaining balance at the end of spring semester is nonrefundable. Additional points can be purchased throughout the semester (minimum of $25); however, points are not transferable from one student to another. Purchases of $100 or more in additional points receive a 5% bonus from Campus Dining.

Loras Meal Plan
This plan allows for $250 to be used in the Café, The Pub, the Duhawk Market, Concessions, Einstein Bros. Bagels, or the Hoffmann mini-store (POD). This plan will carry forward during the academic year as long as you continue to be enrolled as a Loras College student. Additional points can be added in $25 increments. Points are not transferable from one student to another and any unused balance is nonrefundable.

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January Term Meal Plans

Students participating in the January term will have two meal plan options. Students will not be allowed to use their fall or spring meal plans during January term.

Plan 7 $130
This plan provides 2 meals per day during the January term (14 meals total) and well as $25 in Duhawk Dollars to be used during the January term period. Unused meals and dollars expire at the end of the January term and do not carry forward to the Spring term. This plan is required for students who live in traditional campus housing where a meal plan is required and are on campus for seven or fewer days during the January term. This plan is also an option for students who live in a house, apartment, or off campus where no meal plan is required.

January Plan $350
This plan provides 3 meals per day during the January term and well as $50 in Duhawk Dollars to be used during the January term period. Unused meals and dollars expire at the end of the January term and do not carry forward to the Spring term. This plan is required for students who live in traditional campus housing where a meal plan is required and are on campus for seven or more days during the January term. This plan is also an option for students who live in a house, apartment, or off campus where no meal plan is required.

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