Dining on Campus

Dining Options Across Campus

As an active student at Truman State University, we know you have a busy schedule so we take care of your dining needs for you. And to make it even easier, your meal plan can be added to your student ID so you don’t have to worry about carrying cash. Dining services is excellent at meeting any allergy, food restrictions or religious needs. In addition, meals plans for the residence hall cafeterias are available to students who do not live in a residence hall.

If you are visiting campus, guests can also purchase single meals in any of the three residence hall cafeterias.

Food Court
Mainstreet (Student Union Building)

Residence Hall Cafeterias
Centennial Hall
Missouri Hall
Ryle Hall

Coffee Shops
Starbucks (Pickler Memorial Library)
Jazzman’s Brew & Bakery (Student Union Building)

Food on the Go
 Zime (Student Union Building)

Convenience Stores
Dobson Hall
West Campus Suites

Meal Plan Options and Prices

Flexible Meal Plans  •  Local Foods  •  Vegan Options

Meal Plans allow you to customize your on-campus dining experience. Students living in the residence halls are required to purchase an on-campus meal plan. Weekly meal plans reset every Saturday night. Meals are generally transferable to non-residence hall dining facilities except Chick-Fil-A and Mein Bowl located in Mainstreet Food Court. Flex dollars can be used at all dining locations.

Prices listed below represent the costs for the 2018-2019 academic year.

All Access Meal Plan: $3,420 per year
Unlimited meals for the semester (non-transferable)
$75 flex dollars per semester

20 Meal Plan: $3,200 per year
20 meals per week
$100 flex dollars per semester

14 Meal Plan: $2,990 per year
14 meals per week
$100 flex dollars per semester

10 Meal Plan*: $2,560 per year
10 meals per week
$100 flex dollars per semester
*Not available to first-year students

150 Meal Plan: $2,800 per year
150 meals per semester
$200 flex dollars per semester


More details about meal plan options Meal Plan FAQ
Missouri Hall Dining Room
Missouri Hall Cafeteria

The University Farm sells a percentage of its crops to Truman’s dining halls, and food from the farm is marketed on campus.