COVID-19 Precautions Continue for Spring Semester

Meal Plans 2020-2021

Look no further than Salisbury University’s campus to find great value, variety and convenience! With a variety of locations and convenient hours, you can connect, refuel, and save time and money with meal plans designed to fit your busy lifestyle.

  • Dining Services COVID-19 Information

    Salisbury University Dining Services is committed to providing a positive dining experience. We recognize that the COVID-19 situation is changing daily. So will our preparations and plans to ensure campus safety and a high-quality dining program.

    To ensure that the highest level of care is met our, current plans include:

    • Cleaning high-touch areas more frequently to protect our customers and staff;
    • Providing more hand sanitizer and wipe dispensing stations to supplement handwashing;
    • Touchless swipe-in entry to the Commons dining hall;
    • Implementing advance ordering and payment technology for retail locations and made-to-order stations at the Commons;
    • Installing wellness shields at all campus cash handling stations;
    • Reducing the risk of cross-contamination in the Commons by limiting self-service and providing more pre-portioned items; and
    • Broadening our retail menu options including grab and go and full meal solutions.
    • Plato’s Plate in the marketplace featuring vegetarian and vegan favorites
    • Enhanced Pizza station with new state of the art ovens and additional menu options
    • Relocated Roastery station with all of your Bistro and Roastery favorites
    • Remodeled deli station featuring all the old favorites with a made-to-order salad station
    • Full-service of previous self-service stations including toasting of bagels, pizza, burgers, fries, soup, ice cream and more
    • The relocated Salad Bar will be used to display pre-made salads and wrapped dessert items(Grub Hub order kiosks in the dining hall for made to order eggs/omelets, deli sandwiches, and stir-fry dishes with monitors in the rotunda that will alert you when your meal is ready without having to wait in serving areas
    • Reduced seating allowing for social distancing in all dining rooms
    • New flatware dispensers at dining room entrances; conventional re-usable silverware available upon request
    • Foot-pedal activated hand sanitizer stations conveniently located throughout dining areas


    • Students self-swipe into dining hall
    • Masks required except while eating
    • Marketplace stations will be staffed for service (not self-serve)
    • Self-order kiosks installed for most popular MTO stations (Omelets, Wok & Deli)
    • New text messaging Platform
    • Sick meals are available. Check out the Sick Meal Page for details
    • Touch-less sanitizer stations

    For updates and more information, please visit   SU’s COVID-19 webpage.

An Option For Every Appetite

Dining Plans Brochure (PDF)

All students living in traditional housing on campus are assigned the All Access Plan. First year students living in Chesapeake Hall and Sea Gull Square can select from All Access, the 125 or 75 Block plans.

To Add/Change a Meal Plan

Sign into GullNet and go to Main Menus>Self Service>Campus Finances>Add/Change Meal Plan>Follow the prompts and save. Find out more about meal plans here.

All Access

$2,550/semester | Unlimited access to the Commons seven days a week | $400 in Dining Dollars | Four guest passes

125 Block Meal Plan

$1,700/semester | 125 visits to the Commons per semester | $350 in Dining Dollars | Two guest passes

75 Block Meal Plan

$1,150/semester | 75 visits to the Commons per semester | $300 in Dining Dollars | Two guest passes

45 Block Meal Plan

$625/semester | 45 visits to the Commons per semester | $100 in Dining Dollars | Two guest passes

Would you like to donate one of your guest passes to help fellow SU students that are food insecure? Simply email (please indicate your name & Gull Card ID).