Manage your account balance
It’s easy to keep track of your balance—look for it displayed on the cash register when you make a purchase. You can also track your dining account balance online.
Many locations on campus do not accept cash, so if you think you may run out of dining money before the end of the quarter, you can add money to your Husky Card account.
Unused account balance
Your unused account balance rolls over from quarter to quarter until the end of your agreement period. Dining funds are nonrefundable and nontransferable. We recommend you monitor and adjust your dining account level each quarter to avoid having a balance left over at the end of the year.
Select a dining account level
The average cost of a meal on campus is between $7–$11. We broke Levels 1–6 down into daily budgets to help you decide what works for you. Dining levels 1–6 include a free drink each time you visit the residential dining areas, Local Point and Center Table, offering a savings to overall meal costs.
|DINING ACCOUNT LEVEL
|Daily budget (approx.)
Summer and Early Fall Start
If you are living on campus during Summer quarter or Early Fall Start you can find dining account information in the Early Fall Start Housing Application Guide (PDF) and the Summer Housing Application Guide (PDF).
Make changes to your dining account
Selecting the right dining level to match your lifestyle isn’t an exact science. If you want to change your dining account level you can. You may change to a lower dining level for an upcoming quarter by making your request before these deadlines:
||by August 31, 2020
||by November 30, 2020
||by February 28, 2021
If you have any questions about your dining account, please contact us. We are happy to help!
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Reading more about the Resident Dining Program which features information about special diets, dining locations for residents, leadership and job opportunities and community food events.