Your meal points are valid at any University Housing dining venue.
The week begins Sunday morning and ends Saturday night.
You may take food out of:
- BIG Mouth Burrito
- Grab 'N' Go Marketplace
- Common Grounds Cafè
- Fire 'N' Spice
- DUX Bistro
However, take-out is not allowed from Carson Dining or Barnhart Dining.
You are allowed to invite guests on your meal plan, so yes you can!
Sorry, but no non-dining visitors are allowed. Guests may purchase meals at the door with cash, credit card or debit card, or with Campus Cash, or you can treat them on your meal plan.
It depends on where you choose to dine.
At Barnhart or Carson Dining, you can enjoy the all-you-care-to-eat buffet.
At all other dining venues you can spend more or less points to tailor your meals.
Inform the cashier and have a picture ID and your student number ready.
If you do not have both of these, you won't be admitted.
You are allowed only eight meals per term this way, after that, service is refused until you bring your Student ID.
Anyone can go online or download a mobile app for detailed nutritional, ingredient and allergen information for foods served in the dining venues of University Housing: Carson Dining, Barnhart Dining, Fire ‘N’ Spice Grill, Big Mouth Burrito, Grab ‘N’ Go Marketplace, Common Grounds Café and DUX Bistro. The site uoregon.MyNutritionCalculator.net allows users to select the type of meal, restaurant location and a host of food options to see nutritional content like calories, fat grams, sodium, vitamins, and nutritional allowances. Users can also search for food allergens (dairy, nuts, soy, etc.) or for vegan and vegetarian foods, and look for foods within certain ranges of nutritional content (i.e. low in sugar, high in protein, high in iron, etc.). A free mobile app of the service for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is available from Apple by looking up “Oregon nutrition” in the App Store. University Housing expects to develop versions for other mobile platforms in the future.
Dining Services is actively involved in sustainability efforts in a myriad of ways, from using recycled products
to buying locally. For details, go to our sustainability page.