The New School Dining program prides itself on chef-driven, diverse, and healthful food. Its mission is to provide farm-to-table real food that promotes the health of our students, community, and planet. You can learn more about our program by visiting the
New School Dining website.
All New School students have the opportunity to participate in a meal plan. All plans operate in a declining balance format. Each plan includes
Dining Dollars, which can be spent in any on-campus dining venue. All such purchases are exempt from the 8.875 percent NYC sales tax: a real money-saver!
Each plan also includes
Dining Dollars Plus funds, which can be spent both on campus and at off-campus merchant partners, giving you even more flexibility. A list of participating merchants can be found on the
Off-Campus Merchant webpage.
Three levels of plans are offered to fit your lifestyle on the New School campus. Please note that any student assigned to university housing is automatically enrolled in the Max plan. You may, however, elect to participate in an alternate plan or opt out of the plan entirely.
If you do not live in student housing, you may still enjoy the benefits of having a meal plan by simply opting in to one of the available packages.
The plans are as follows:
Elect to opt in, participate in an alternate plan, or opt out entirely using the Change Your Meal Plan option located in your
MyNewSchool Services tab.
The deadline for making changes to your meal plan selection is February 6, 2017. You are limited to one change or election per semester. Meal plan selection is applicable to the current semester only. An election or change must be submitted at the beginning of each semester.
Any money left in your Dining Dollars account at the end of the fall semester will roll forward to the spring semester, but balances remaining at the end of the spring semester are forfeited.
Any money left in your Dining Dollars Plus account at the end of the fall semester will roll forward to the spring semester, and
balances remaining at the end of the spring semester will automatically be
refunded to your student account.
Questions about payment of fees and refunds should be submitted to
Student Financial Services.
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