Northeastern offers a variety of meal plans aimed at suiting the student’s best needs. Freshmen and first-year students are required to have traditional meal plans. Freshmen and first-year students will be automatically enrolled in a 15-meal/week meal plan with the opportunity to increase or decrease before the start of the fall and spring semesters. Upperclassmen have the opportunity to enroll in traditional meal plans or profiler meal plans.
Changes can be made to your meal plans via the self-service tab on myNEU Web Portal. Please pay close attention to meal plan deadlines.
Please be aware that during school breaks, holidays and summer semesters, Dining locations and hours are subject to change. Be sure to check NUDining for the most up-to-date locations and hours of operation.
Traditional meal plan: A traditional meal plan is a 19-, 15-, 10-meal per week meal plan. Traditional meal plans start Sunday morning and last until Saturday night and continue throughout the semester. Upperclassmen also have the choice of a 5-meal/week plan as long as they are not living in a meal plan required residence hall.
19-meal plan: $3,190/semester
15-meal plan: $2,950/semester
10-meal plan: $2,560/semester
5-meal plan: $1,310/semester (Note: 5-meal plan only available to upper-class students living in non-required meal plan residences and commuter students.)
Summer 1 2013
19-meal plan: $1,595/semester
15-meal plan: $1,475/semester
10-meal plan: $1,280/semester
5-meal plan: $655/semester
Please visit Student Financial Services for more information on meal plan costs and features.
Nonrefundable Profiler meal plan: The nonrefundable profiler meal plan is a group of meals that are provided in lump sum and can be used at the student’s discretion over the course of a year. The options for a nonrefundable profiler meal plan include 25, 50, 86, or 110 meals. The Husky Card office base the calendar year for nonrefundable profiler meal plans from August-August; specific dates are listed under the Important Dates tab. Profiler meal plans are nonrefundable and cannot be modified, any meals not used during the allotted time frame will be lost.
Any student living in a meal-plan-required residence hall is required to have traditional meal plans regardless of student status or co-op status. Please see the meal-plan-required residence halls below (does not apply to summer semesters):
If you would like to request to have your meal plan reduced or dropped, you must first email the Husky Card Office at HuskyCard@neu.edu.