Guest Policy

Non-UConn guests are welcome in the dining halls. Students with meal plan flex passes and/or points can use these options to admit guests. Dining halls are cashless but they do accept debit/credit (Visa, Mastercard, AmEx, Discover). You can admit more than one guest. If paying for guests with flex passes, the cashier will deduct one flex pass for each guest. If the payment method for guests is Husky Bucks, credit/debit, or points, see below for the guest prices per meal:

Prices in the dining units, effective 8/1/22 – 7/30/23 (prices do not include tax):

Breakfast $8.80 ($6.15 children under 12)
Brunch $16.60 ($11.95 children under 12)
Lunch $13.85 ($9.95 children under 12)
Dinner $17.35 ($12.25 children under 12)

Sales tax is 7.35% – tax is exempt for any individual with a UConn ID

Take-Out Policy

Enjoy all you care to eat while dining, and you may take out one of the following food items when leaving the dining unit: one piece of fruit, one ice cream treat, one pastry item, one beverage (16 oz or less fountain beverage in a reusable container). No Tupperware or outside to-go containers are allowed in the dining halls. Please review our information on to-go containers.

ID Policy

Student IDs used for the meal plan are not transferrable. Your meal plan cannot be used by anyone else with the use of your ID card. This is a serious infraction and is listed under the Student Conduct Code under the Conduct Rules and Regulations, Section 8 of the handbook, “Responsibilities of Community Life: The Student Code“. Students who violate this policy will be referred to the Office of Community Standards for necessary action.

Backpack Policy

The Department of Dining Services will allow backpacks in the dining area. You may bring your laptop computer without the cases into the dining room. You may also utilize lockers if they are available in your area. You must provide your own locks. Dining Services shares no liability in the storage of laptop computers, knapsacks, and other bags with valuables. Store them at their own risk.