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Here is a list of Frequently Asked Questions concerning dining on campus. If you don't find the answer to your question, please send us an email to pmiller@agnesscott.edu and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. View all questions

Meal Plans

Do unused meals carry over to the following week?

No. Please plan to use your meals each week.

Can I change my Dining Plan?

Yes. During the first two weeks of the semester, you have the opportunity to change your Dining Membership. Simply visit the Student Life Office in the Alston Campus Center.

Can I treat a friend by using my Dining Membership?

It depends. All-you-care-to-eat meals are only for your use. If you would like to treat a friend, you can use your Declining Balance Dollars.

What do I do when my Declining Balance runs low?

Reload. Simply add to your account with cash, check, or credit card by visiting the Dining Services Office in Evans Dining Hall.

How can I add more money to my Declining Balance account and how do I sign up?

It’s easy. Visit the Dining Services Office located in Evans Dining Hall, call 404-471- 6293, or e-mail us at pmiller@agnesscott.edu.

Have you any additional questions?

Please contact us at 404-471-6293 or e-mail us at pmiller@agnesscott.edu.


Where can I find more info on nutrition?

For more on Nutritional Information and Healthy for Life initiatives, visit our Eat Well section.

Why do I have to create an account in order to check out?

For you, and us, to be able to best track orders, and to be able to contact you in case of a question regarding your order we ask that you create a CampusDish account.

How do I create an account?

Click the "Login" button, and then on the login page click the "create a new account" link.

How do I find more about Nutritional Information?

Use our Comparison Box and Nutritional Calculator to get the most out of your eating decisions. Select products from the Menu section and use one of the options below to get accurate comparisons and information about your choices. 

For more on Nutritional Information and Healthy for Life initiatives, visit our Eat Well section.