Dining Accommodation Process

Georgetown offers a range of menus to cater to diverse dining habits of its student community. All residential students are mandated to have a meal plan to promote academic success and ensure food security while on campus. The minimum required plan for each class year is automatically assigned to students upon enrollment. Upgrading your meal plan can be accomplished through the meal plan section of the Hoya Housing Portal (new window).

Dining Accommodation Information

Georgetown allows students to seek a dining related accommodation if the current dining options cannot meet their medical or religious dietary needs.  For more details, please view the exemption request policy here.

Georgetown University is committed to making a reasonable effort to make appropriate adjustments that afford all students barrier free-access to University facilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Fair Housing Act.

Onsite Registered Dietitian

We recognize the difficulties that students with food allergies, dietary intolerances, or other dietary restrictions may face while navigating the dining halls. To address this concern, our onsite Registered Dietitian can provide students with support and education regarding how to safely navigate their dietary needs within the dining halls.  To schedule a consultation, students can reach out to mealplans@georgetown.edu. We encourage students to take advantage of this resource to gain a better understanding of their dining options on campus.

For more information on Georgetown’s dining offerings, please visit The Table Overview linked below.