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Students at a dining table in Tyler House

 

Board Plan

The Smith College Board Plan includes:

  • 21 meals per week and students may eat at any of the dining locations
  • $25 in Dining Dollars for use at the Campus Center Café
  • Eight guest meal passes loaded onto your OneCard

OneCard

Each student must present her OneCard to the meal checker for access into the dining room. Please visit the OneCard site for information about lost, stolen or damaged OneCards.


Off-Campus Meal Plan

Smith College students who do not live in college residential housing and are not required to be on the board plan may sign up for the Off-Campus Meal Plan. This plan provides for meals on a casual basis. The minimum number of meals that you may sign up for is one block of 10 meals, and they can be used anytime during the academic year. For more information, please contact the Dining Services Office at 413-585-2300.

Off-Campus Meal Plan Registration Form


Removing Food From the Dining Room

If you need to take your meal/food out of the dining room, you must provide a small Tupperware dish. To improve our sustainability efforts, paper products are not provided in the dining locations.

Removing China

Missing china that is found in a student's room and/or a residence will be removed and a fee of $5 per item will be billed to the student and/or residence. 


Food Allergies

Dining Services is happy to work with individual students who have documented food allergies and/or medically restricted diets. If you know you have a food allergy, you should call the Dining Services Office (413-585-2300) as soon as possible and ask to speak to Andy Cox. In addition to contacting Dining Services, you must register your dietary accommodations with the Office of Disability Services.


Other Concerns or Questions

You can email dining@smith.edu and Andy Cox, the director of Dining Services, will read your inquiry and respond in one of two ways. If you are posing a specific question, you will receive a personal response; if there are common themes and all students would benefit by the answer, then we will post the answer on this page. We welcome your feedback and comments, so please send us your questions.