Dining on Campus

As an active college student at Truman, 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. If you are visiting campus, guests can also purchase single meals in any of the three residence hall cafeterias.

Campus Dining Locations

Restaurants
Mainstreet Foodcourt (Student Union Building)

Dining in Residence Halls
Centennial Dining Hall
Missouri Dining Hall
Ryle Dining Hall

Cafes
Starbucks (Pickler Memorial Library)
Einstein Bros. Bagels (Student Union Building)

Convenience Stores
Dobson Hall C-Store
West Campus Suites C-Store

Find Dining Near Me

Meal Plans

Flexible Meal Plans  •  Local Foods  •  Vegan Options

Dining Room in Missouri Hall
Missouri Hall Dining Room

When you live in one of the University’s residence halls, you have a variety of meal plan options that allow you to customize your on-campus dining experience. Dining rooms located in Centennial Hall, Missouri Hall, and Ryle Hall offer a varied and balanced menu that lets you choose from entrees, side dishes, soups, salad and deli bars, desserts, ice cream, and beverages.

A transfer option for some meal plans allows meal privileges at most of the food and beverage venues in the Student Union Building and the campus Convenience Stores.

When you complete your housing application, you select the meal plan that’s the best fit for you. Students living off campus can also purchase meal plans.

View meal plan options Meal Plan FAQ
Salad bar in residence hall dining room
Dining services is excellent at meeting any allergy, food restrictions or religious needs.

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

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