Starting Fall 2017, there will no longer be a Mandatory Meal Plan Assessment for students who do not live on campus. Non-Residential students who would like a meal plan will get to choose from an “a la carte” style structure allowing them to create a meal plan that will best fit their dining habits.
Actual DD Received
Fall 2017 Residential Meal Plans
Students living on campus who have 0 – 59 Earned Credit Hours will have a choice of one of the following Meal Plans:
5 Day Unlimited Plan with $270 DD (240 or more meals per Semester) $1890 ($6.75 or less per meal)
Block 220 Plan with $405 DD (220 meals per Semester) $1890 ($6.75 per meal)
Block 160 Plan with $810 DD (160 meals per Semester) $1890 ($6.75 per meal)
Students living on campus who have 60+ Earned Credit Hours will have a choice of one of the following Meal Plans:
Block 50 Plan with $50 DD (50 meals Per Semester) $489 ($8.78 per Meal)
Block 20 Plan with $300 DD (20 meals Per Semester) $489 ($9.45 per Meal)
$505 DD $489 (receive 3% DD bonus)
Kennesaw State’s new Meal Plan structure was designed using a variety of surveys, student focus groups and Board of Regents recommendations. Additionally, the Meal plan was restructured to address the following:
To align KSU’s meal plan structure more closely with other USG Universities.
To assure the quality and variety of KSU Dining are not effected negatively for our students.
To encourage and promote the University initiative of increasing campus involvement on the Marietta and Kennesaw campuses.
To offer students who live, eat and work off campus the flexibility to create a Meal Plan that works best for their dining habits.
Eating on campus promotes integration and engagement.
Students who are integrated or engaged are more likely to persist, graduate and find post-graduation employment that is relevant to their education.
Students who eat on campus are more likely to have relationships with faculty and staff that lead to a more meaningful educational experience.
Students who eat on campus are more likely to participate in student organizations and foster friendships that they later identify as a reason they persisted.
For more information regarding Meal Plans and Kennesaw State University Dining, please contact 470 578-2922 or visit our website at kennesawstatedining.com.