Drexel Dining Plans 2019-2020
Drexel Campus Dining Plans are required for First-Year students living in a Drexel residence hall. First-Year resident students are required to purchase one of the three First-Year Dining Plans for the Fall 2019, Winter 2020 and Spring 2020 terms. Visit drexel.edu/dining for additional information including rates, dining locations, menus and hours.
How to Register for a Dining Plan
Registering for a Dining Plan is easy. Below are detailed steps on how to complete your application.
Step 1: Complete the Dining Plan Registration
- Visit DrexelOne
- Click on the Campus + Community tab
- Click on the Housing + Dining link
- Select the term you would like to register for
Step 2: Complete all Prompts and Submit
Complete all pages in the dining registration process and click "submit" on the last page. You will receive a confirmation email to confirm your registration is complete, sent to your official Drexel email account.
If you are under 18 years of age, page three (3) of the application will ask that you submit a Parent/Guardian email address for co-signature. Once this is complete, you may continue the application.
Also known as meal exchanges, can be used at the all-you-care-to-eat Handschumacher Dining Center (Creese Student Center), The Café @ Perelman Center for Jewish Life, and at Urban Eatery (34th & Lancaster) featuring the following platforms: Downtown Grounds and Smoothie Bar, Greene St., Vespa, U.C. Veg, Ignite and Street Fare.
Dining Dollars can be used at all Drexel Campus Dining locations including Northside Dining Terrace (featuring Chick-fil-A, Subway, Sushi & Hot Bowls and The Market), ThirtyOne41 and Starbucks (at Gerri C. LeBow Hall). Dining Dollars are not redeemable for cash.
Dining Plan Changes
Students may change their Dining Plan selection (First-Year students must elect one of the three First-Year Dining Plans) during the first two weeks of each term.
Special Dietary Requests
Drexel Campus Dining provides an array of food options to accommodate a variety of lifestyles, dietary needs and restrictions including vegan/vegetarian, kosher and gluten-free.
Students who require a special diet are encouraged to speak with Disability Resources at 215.895.1401. The Drexel Campus Dining dietician (email@example.com) is available to assist students with any diet-related inquiries or nutritional concerns, such as:
- Health and Medical Dietary Needs
- Lifestyle and Religious Dietary Needs
- Food Allergy or Intolerances
- Weight-Control Diets