Meals and Dining Policies
Students living in the residence hall must purchase a meal plan offered by the University's food service provider. Students with medical issues who cannot meet this requirement may request a meal waiver by contacting the Office of Residence Life and Housing. Our office will schedule a meeting with the executive chef to develop a personalized menu for the student based on his/her dietary needs. Students should also provide medical documentation from their physician. Waivers will be granted only if the dining services provider cannot meet the dietary requirements. Please contact the Office of Residence Life and Housing directly for more information.
Transferring your Cheyney University ID/meal card to another individual is prohibited. There is a $24 fee for replacing lost/stolen meal cards.
Pro-rated refund/credit on meal fees is permitted upon withdrawal if the student receives written permission from the Office of Residence Life and Housing, properly checks out of the room, returns the University ID card and room key to the Office of Residence Life and Housing.
Students are expected to conduct themselves civilly and respectfully in the dining areas. Those students who become verbally abusive or disrespectful to others in the dining areas will be removed from the dining areas and referred to Public Safety.
Students and their guests must bust their table and ensure that the table and dining areas used are cleaned after each use.Students must return their trays, dishes, and utensils to the tray busing window for cleaning. Students are prohibited from taking Food, plates, cups, forks, knives, etc. from Ada Georges Dining Hall and all dining areas.
Students on special diets must present a written statement and the diet information from their physician to the Office of Residence Life and Housing and the Director of Food Services.
Student teachers and students required to be off campus, or students with class conflicts, may be provided with box lunches upon request. A two day notification is required.
Any student with meal privileges who is required to remain in his/ her room or at the Health Services Center will be provided meals at no extra charge.
Disorderly conduct in the dining facilities is subject to disciplinary action
Dining Services at Cheyney University are designed to furnish the healthy and delicious dining choices students expect, along with the flexibility to meet their hectic schedule. We realize that dining is an important part of college life. Dining on campus should provide an opportunity to connect with friends, stay healthy and relax and refuel. From the quality of the food, to the comfort and convenience of the dining setting, our goal is to enhance each customized student dining experience. We are committed to constantly improving our offerings and services and staying on the cutting edge. There are two dining venues on campus – the Snack Bar in Marcus Foster and the larger, full-service cafeteria in Ada Georges.
Dining Flex Dollars & Meal Card
“Flex Dollars” are a major part of the dining services program. Students are able to use monies paid into their account through the meal plan of choice. The student identification card is used as a debit card at either dining location. Each time students use Flex Dollars to make purchases; the prices are subtracted from the balance on their accounts. Flex Dollars can be purchased in increments of $300, $250, $200, $150 with the purchase of the meal plan.
All Dining (Flex) Dollars will be added to the students’ accounts by the Bursars Office. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Bursar’s Office directly at (610) 399-2224 or email@example.com. Students are permitted to use their Flex Dollars whenever they like and as often as they like, as long as they maintain a sufficient cash balance for purchases. When Flex Dollars have been exhausted from the account, students may add increments of $25 or more to the account to maintain it throughout the semester. Unused Flex Dollars may be carried over from the fall to the spring semester. Unused monies, at the end of the spring semester, are forfeited to the university. Students matriculating through the university during the fall semester who do not return for the spring semester, or decide not to reside on campus or purchase a meal plan, forfeit any remaining monies on their Flex accounts.
Ada Georges Dining Hall Hours of Operation
Breakfast 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Lunch/Brunch 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Dinner 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Breakfast 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Lunch/Brunch 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Marcus Foster Snack Bar Hours of Operation
Lunch 11:30am – 4:00pm
Dinner 4:30pm – 7:00pm
Late Night 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Closed On Friday
Saturday & Sunday
5:00pm – 9:00pm