The Pitt-Johnstown meal plan structure features a combination of meals and dining dollars.
Prices are per semester.
Ultimate Plan (Unlimited Meals + 150 Dining Dollars) $2,255
Plan 1B (200 Meals + 275 Dining Dollars) $2,010
Plan 1C (165 Meals + 450 Dining Dollars) $2,010
Plan 2B (150 Meals + 350 Dining Dollars) $1,855
Plan 2C (125 Meals + 475 Dining Dollars) $1,855
Plan 3B (145 Meals + 275 Dining Dollars) $1,745
Plan 3C (120 Meals + 400 Dining Dollars) $1,745
Plan 4B (100 Meals + 260 Dining Dollars) $1,595
Plan 4C (75 Meals + 425 Dining Dollars) $1,595
Commuter Plan B (65 Meals + 170 Dining Dollars) $ 885
Commuter Plan C (55 Meals + 220 Dining Dollars) $ 885
If you would like to select an alternate plan, please contact the Office of Conference and Auxiliary Services at email@example.com.
Selecting the right meal plan involves knowing your eating habits – Are you a breakfast eater? Will you be on campus during the weekends? How is your class schedule structured during meal times? Do you prefer an all-you-can-eat buffet or a grab-and-go sandwich or salad?
Keep in mind that a “Meal” from your plan is deducted any time you enter the Dining Hall to eat. If you don’t have time to sit down with friends to enjoy your meal, you have the option of purchasing a To-Go Box and filling it with your favorite foods from the dining hall. This convenient option allows you to use a “Meal” rather than Dining Dollars.
“Dining Dollars” spend like cash at any of the campus eateries including the Tuck Shop, Brioche Doree, and Jazzman’s.
Each meal plan tier offers two options. The “B” option includes more meals. The “C” option includes more dining dollars.
Step 1 - Calculate how many meals you plan to eat each week in the dining hall. The dining hall is an all-you-can-eat venue. Remember to consider Fall Break weekend and Thanksgiving in your calculation.
Step 2 – Multiply your weekly total by 16 (the number of weeks in the semester plus finals week)
Step 3 – Review the meal plan options to find one that offers a number of meals close to the semester total you calculated.