Note about fall 2020: As you come to campus this fall, we want you to
know that IUP Dining has been working hard to ensure the safety of our
customers and employees as we prepare to open. Working within the CDC
guidelines and through guidance of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (Food
Licensing), we have created a comprehensive plan to ensure that we offer the
safest program we can and continue to provide first-class food and service.
Please see our Dining Fall 2020 page for details.
Living on campus? Close to campus? Come dine with us! No matter where you are, IUP Dining Services has a great location just for you.
Check out all of our dining options and see who is open right now, by checking Campus Dish.
Mobile ordering to go (delivery is not available). Please download the app and link your card. Click here for instructions.
Nutritional information is available for all menu items in
each dining facility and through Campus Dish for North Dining Hall. In addition, each location
provides low-fat, low-calorie entrees, salads,
yogurt, and other healthy options. For students who need to follow a
specific diet for health reasons, individually prepared meals can be
provided. Our campus dietitian is available to help with any questions,
concerns, healthy eating tips, fitness,
weight management, and eating disorders. You can reach the dietitian
by phone at 724-357-2570.
Meal swipes pay for meals and have a cash equivalency that can sometimes be applied. It’s important to understand where you can use meal swipes, how they work, and how you can keep track of them.
Flex is the additional money added to your meal plan to enhance your dining experience. Flex works like a prepaid credit card and is deducted off your I-Card when you swipe. The balance in your Flex account carries over from the fall semester
to the spring semester. However, at the end of the spring semester, the dining contract is concluded and any remaining Flex dollar balance is forfeited. If you run low on Flex, simply reload. Add more Flex online in
MyIUP or at the Office of Housing, Residential Living, and Dining.
Crimson Cash is accepted at most dining locations and is used like cash where it is accepted.
The deadline to submit meal plan change/cancellation requests is 4:30 p.m. on the Friday of the first week of each semester. After
that date, changes/cancellations will not be accepted. In addition,
once you select a meal plan, the charge for that meal plan will be added
to your student account immediately, and you will be responsible for
paying for the meal plan, regardless of whether the plan is used unless
canceled by the deadline date.
Aramark IUP Crimson Catering Guide.
The dining service hires many students each semester to work in the
various dining facilities. For more information about available
positions, contact personnel at any dining location. Job possibilities
include cashier or checker, cleaning tables/floors,
food preparation/serving, cleaning dishes, general labor, and
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