Meal Plan Info

COVID-19 Update

For the latest updates on how we're adapting to the pandemic, please visit the COVID-19 Info page. All of the changes we’ve made to our residence system can be found there.

Halifax

Traditional residences

Students in traditional residences (Gerard HallHowe HallMini Res, Risley HallShirreff Hall and LeMarchant Place) are required to have a meal plan.

Students select a meal plan option when they accept their room offer. There are a variety of meal plans, as well as a number of dining options on the Halifax Campus.

The meal plan is included in their residence fees so there is no need to purchase one separately.

If your student has any questions about meeting their dietary needs in our dining halls, please encourage them to reach out to our dietitian.

Non-traditional residences

For students living in non-traditional residences (Glengary Apartments and Grad House), a meal plan is not required. However, students have the option of purchasing an off-campus meal plan.

If you want to make a change to your meal plan, contact the Residence Office.

Want to learn more about our food and dining halls on the Halifax Campus?

Make sure to check out the Nutrition Corner blog, featuring articles from our on-campus dietitian, Rai-Lee Gardiner on the latest dining hall news, events, nutrition tips, special dietary topics, and more! 

Truro

Traditional residences

The Agricultural Campus in Truro offers a flat fee for continuous-dining, seven days a week.  

Students who live in traditional residences are required to have a meal plan. The meal plan is included in your residence fees so there is no need to purchase one separately.

If your student has any questions about meeting their dietary needs in the dining hall, please encourage them to reach out to the Food Services Director.

Graduate and mature housing

Students living in Graduate & Mature Housing have the option to purchase a commuter meal plan.  

If you want to make a change to your meal plan, contact the Residence Office.