Students having lunch in the Elmore dining hall.

Dining

Lynn Dining. Who’s hungry?

Delicious, fresh dining options

At Lynn, you’ll enjoy a range of fresh and seasonal dining options campus-wide. And the best part? Our amazing dining staff is here 24/7, so if you need a midnight study-break snack, we’ve got you covered.

Each of our dining locations are managed by Sodexo, a leader in Quality of Life services and a partner to more than 850 colleges and universities in the United States and Canada.

Elmore Dining Commons

Located in the Student Center, the Elmore Dining Commons is the hub of on-campus dining and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.

  • Eclectic and ever-changing cuisine—everything from macaroni and cheese to international specialties
  • Vegan (Lynn received PETA’s second highest vegan rating), dieting (400 calories and below), gluten- and dairy-free options
  • Permanent outdoor grill
  • Homemade desserts and ice cream bar
  • Take-out is available with the purchase of our green-friendly reusable containers
  • Round-the-clock dining

Christine’s

Also located in the Student Center, Christine’s—our market-fresh bistro—offers a variety of drinks, freshly packaged meals and treats to–go.

  • Starbucks coffee, espresso, Frappuccino and tea
  • Fresh fruit smoothies and raw juices
  • Sushi bar
  • Salads, sandwiches, paninis, hummus, wraps, flatbreads, breakfast sandwiches and artisan pizza
  • Freshly made desserts and pastries
  • Milkshakes

Open
Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.–7 p.m.

Perper Coffee House

Located in the Eugene M. and Christine E. Lynn Library, Perper Coffee House provides a selection of homemade and readily available drinks and snacks—slightly different from the selection at Christine’s.

  • Coca-Cola products
  • Energy drinks
  • Chips, cookies, chocolates and candy
  • Pastries
  • Fresh fruit
  • Starbucks coffee, espresso, Frappuccino and tea

Open
Monday–Thursday, 7 a.m.–11 p.m.
Friday, 7:30 a.m.–7p.m.
Saturday, noon–7 p.m.; Sunday, 1–11 p.m

Throughout the year, Lynn’s dining staff sponsors special events such as: Meet the Chef, Pop-Up Dining, Text and Tell, Culinary Battle Royale, Elements dinners and Celebration of Nations.

Maco
I love the 24/7 dining.
Maco Monthervil '18, Haiti, M.S. in communication, media and politics

Resident students

Meal plans are required for undergraduate residential students. The room and board fee includes participation in the Silver dining plan. You may upgrade to the Gold or Platinum plans.

SilverIncluded with room and board
Gold+ $150/semester
Platinum+ $300/semester

Commuter students

Undergraduate commuter students may purchase silver, gold or platinum meal plans. The rates for these plans are independent of room and board and should not be viewed in relation to the overall lodging cost. Please note that these costs are per semester and expire at the end of each semester.

Silver + three guest passes$2,469.80
Gold + six guest passes$2,628.80
Platinum + one guest pass$2,787.80

The following costs are per semester and expire at the end of each semester. They do not carry forward to the next semester regardless of the usage.

Silver$2,575.80
Gold$2,734.80
Platinum$2,893.80

Block plans, including taxes

25 meals$180.56
50 meals$347.75
75 meals$481.50
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