Learn About Your Plan
There is plenty to learn about your meal plan, and we are hear to help! Check out some of the most commonly asked questions below, and if you have questions that are not answered here you can always visit our Contact Us page to ask any questions you may have.
For access to enroll in meal plans, visit https://georgetown.starrezhousing.com/StarRezPortalX.
All on-campus residential students have a minimum required meal plan based on class year. Meal plans can typically be upgraded through the first week of the academic semester. Changes that you are eligible for will be available through the StarRez portal.
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The Hoya Hub food pantry is a resource for any member of the Georgetown community experiencing food insecurity. Hoya Hospitality helps stock the pantry with non-perishable food items, which are available to anyone who needs food on an immediate, emergency basis. During the period of online instruction during the coronavirus pandemic, Hoya Hub has been relocated to the Village A community room kitchen.
Meal plan starts August 19th.
Flex Dollars come with your Meal Plan. “FLEX” can be used for food at any Hoya Hospitality location – even delivery! You must have a Meal Plan to purchase Flex Dollars, which can be added to any Meal Plan. Unused Flex Dollars expire at the end of Spring Semester. Flex Dollar balances now carry over between semesters!
When Debit Dollars are used for a transaction tax will be applied, just like cash or credit card sales. As part of your Meal Plan, Flex Dollars are not taxed.
Flex dollars are accepted at all on-campus dining locations.
The following methods of payment may be used by the Meal Plan member for a guest: Guest Meals (at The Table at Leo’s), Flex Dollars, Debit Dollars, Cash, and Credit Card. You may treat whomever you want as long as you are present to swipe your GOCard (GOCards are not required if paying with cash or credit card). Meal Plan members may not pass, sell, or loan their cards to others. Weekly and Block meals may only be used by the meal plan member and may not be used to purchase a meal for another guest.
The guest meals included with each Meal Plan may be used at The Table at Leo’s in the lower level of Leo O’Donovan Hall.
All meal plans come with a combination of “meal swipes” and “meal exchanges”. Meal Swipes can be used exclusively at our residential dining location, Leo O’Donovan Hall at the following locations:
- The Table @ Leo’s (lower level)
- Select Leo|MKT Food Hall Locations including:
- Launch Test Kitchen
- Bodega Deli
- Olive Branch
Meal swipes can be used for pre-order and pickup via GRUBHUB at 5Spice and Launch Test Kitchen, Monday through Friday for lunch and dinner.
The Table at Leo’s is an all-you-care-to-eat dining hall. Starting with the freshest ingredients possible, we turn our kitchens inside out to create an environment where chefs craft every dish to-order, in front of our guests. Modeled after an open marketplace, this approach allows us to creatively deliver a simply great, fresh experience — every time!
Meal Exchange is accepted at the following locations:
- Crop Chop (Leavey Center)
- Royal Jacket (Leavey Center)
- Einstein Bros. Bagels (Car Barn)
- P.O.D. Market (Pre-Clinical Science)
Meal exchange can be used for pre-order & pick up via Grubhub at Royal Jacket.
Your weekly Meal Exchange allotment begins on Sundays and ends on Saturdays.
Block Plans are available to Grad students and commuters only.
You may purchase another Block Meal Plan if you run out of block meals. This can be done by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional Flex Dollars can also be added to your Meal Plan to supplement swipes.
Yes, take your food wherever you want to go by opting in to our Reusable To-Go Program. Per current Public Health guidance, all dining locations may allow for dine-in or to-go offerings.
Yes! We will do everything possible to accommodate your dietary needs, restrictions, and preferences.
For our dining program, each menu item served daily will have an accompanying “label” that details ingredients and identifiers of interest for that food (ex: low sodium, low fat, made without gluten, smart choice). You can also see our menu options online on our Menus & Hours page – you can filter by allergens and by dietary patterns (i.e., vegetarian, vegan, etc.) to see what meets your needs that day.
All on-campus residential undergraduate students are required to hold a Meal Plan. If you would like to add additional Flex Dollars to your plan you can do so at any time by visiting the GoCard Portal.
All on-campus residential undergraduate students are required to hold a Meal Plan. If you would like to add additional Flex Dollars to your plan you can do so at any time by visiting StarRez.
A Meal Plan is worth more than you think! You don’t have to worry about wasting money on ATM fees or carrying cash. Just swipe your GOCard! We have a variety of Meal Plan options that range in size so you can pick the plan that best suits your lifestyle.
Between classes, work, and activities finding time to prepare healthy meals can become challenging – we’re here for you! We’ve got plenty of grab and go options to choose from when you’re on the move. Feeling like a home cooked meal? Have a meal with us in The Table at Leo’s. Either way, we’re here to meet your needs and we are right at your front door.
Yes, you can purchase meals on a cash or credit basis at The Table at Leo’s.
Complete our online comment form on our Contact Us page. We are happy to answer any questions you have.
All funds and plans purchased for use in Hoya Hospitality Dining locations are for the personal use of the owner of the account or plan only and are non-transferable. Meals may not be bought or sold, and meal plan holder must accompany guest when using guest meals. The Hoya Hospitality Dining Program funds and plans cannot be used as a gift card or gift certificate.
Except as otherwise expressly stated in these terms, all Hoya Hospitality Dining Program funds and plans are non-refundable and will expire at the end of the Spring 2022 semester.