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Dartmouth has a reputation for good food, and with good reason. With ten dining facilities across campus offering diverse and delicious food options, it is easy to satisfy any craving. All of our dining venues provide à la carte dining, which means you spend what you want on what you want. You might splurge and spend $25 at Collis Cafe's Late Night sushi bar, or grab a muffin for $1.50 on your way to class.
We offer five meal plans, which are all declining balance accounts (DBA) that can be rolled over each term until the end of the academic year. You choose the amount of credit that suits your needs. If you use up all your credit in a given term, don't worry—you can continue to eat in all our facilities, and your purchases will be added to your next college bill.
Dartmouth Dining Services is committed to sustainable dining, working to reduce waste, increase recycling efforts, and purchase sustainably-produced products, including local, seasonal produce. Fair-trade coffees are offered at every dining facility.
For students who keep kosher or halal, 1953 Commons serves food prepared in accordance with the appropriate religious laws. Students with special dietary requirements can meet with one of our registered dietitians to discuss how to meet their nutritional needs on-campus.