Meal Plans

Changes to your meal plan will now be initiated through the Student Services Center. Fill out and turn in forms at the SSC, or email the electronic forms below to studentservices@drake.edu

Meal Plan Options 

335-Block Meal Plan

335 meals per semester at Hubbell Dining Hall and Quad Creek Café
195-Block Meal Plan + $300 Flex Dollars

195 meals per semester at Hubbell Dining Hall and Quad Creek Café plus $300 flex per semester to spend at any of our campus dining locations

14-Meal Plan

Any 14 meals per week at Hubbell Dining Hall and Quad Creek Café, plus $100 flex per semester to spend at any of our campus dining locations

10-Meal Plan Any 10 meals per week at Hubbell Dining Hall and Quad Creek Café, plus $275 flex to spend at any of our campus dining locations

Commuter meal plans are also available for any off-campus students. See the Dining website for these options and any additional information about dining plans. 

To view the cost of each meal plan, please visit the Tuition and Fees website.  Prices are listed under the Meal Plans section.

Fall 2014 "Meal to Flex Dollars Conversion" periods are from September 19 - October 2, 2014 and October 31 - November 6, 2014.

Forms

If you require one of these forms, please fill out and return to the Student Services Center or email completed form to studentservices@drake.edu.  We will process your request during the next business day. 

Meal Plan Change Form (pdf) - Permitted through the first Thursday of the semester

Meal Plan Cancellation Form (pdf) - Students may be subject to administrative fees for cancellation - see meal plan contract for more details

Off-Campus Board Plan Enrollment Form (pdf) 

Meals to Flex Dollars Conversion Form (pdf) - Allowed during two predetermined weeks throughout each semester

University News
October 29, 2014
The Drake University Board of Trustees recently approved new degree programs in mathematics, science, education, technology, and health sciences while taking initial steps to further enhance the University’s programming through $65 million in new construction and renovation.
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