Minnesota State University Moorhead dining services meal plans are designed to allow flexibility for students both residential and commuter, freshman and upper class. There are several plans to choose from and it may seem like a daunting decision, but there are no wrong options. When deciding on a plan consider your academic and social schedule. No matter which meal plan you choose, you'll eat well!
If you have any questions about any of the meal plans or charges on your account please contact the MSUM Dining Office.
2020-2021 Residential Meal Plan Options
Residential Meal Plans come with Dragon Dollars; unlimited plans also come with guest passes. All plans are priced per semester. If you do not select one by July 15, you will automatically receive the Unlimited $150 Plan. Residential meal plans should be selected in the myHousing Online Housing Portal.
Residential Meal Plan Sign Up
If you have a resident meal plan and would like to change it, please use the request to change meal plan online form.
*Upperclass is defined as a student who has earned 24+ credits (credits may not be earned by exam or during dual enrollment in high school)
Note: meals not used do not roll over to spring, only Dragon Dollars do.
Guest Passes are free meals in the campus dining center. Guest passes allow residents to treat their family and friends to dine with them in Kise Commons. Leftover guest passes roll over from fall to spring, but must be used by May graduation.
2019-2020 Commuter, Faculty & Staff Meal Plans
Fall 2019 commuter, faculty and staff plans carry over from fall to spring semester, but must be used by May Graduation.
Please note: these plans do not automatically renew for spring semester.
Commuter, Faculty & Staff Meal Plan Sign Up
If you are a resident, any meal plan selection signed up for in the above Commuter, Faculty & Staff Meal Plan is IN ADDITION to your current residential meal plan. This will not change your current residential meal plan.
Dragon Dollars are as good as cash with extra benefits! It’s a popular way to make your food dollars go farther. Dragon Dollars turn your Dragon Card into a debit card for use at any Dining Services venue. You can even use them in Kise Commons for yourself and your guests. Whenever you make a purchase, the amount is subtracted from the account balance. As an extra benefit, purchases with Dragon Dollars are not subject to sales tax. Dragon Dollar balances can easily be tracked online or at any dining services location. Leftover Dragon Dollars roll over from fall to spring, but must be used by May graduation.
Add Dragon Dollars