MTSU offers meal plans to all currently enrolled students. However, freshmen living in campus residence halls are automatically charged for a 7 Day Basic Meal Plan but can choose to upgrade to the 7 Day Plus or 5 Day Plus by August 10, 2018 or switch to the 5 Day Basic Meal Plan by September 7, 2018 by request through Housing. Freshmen living in Scarlett Commons or Womack Lane Apartments are automatically assigned the 100 Meal Plan but can choose to upgrade to the 7 Day Plus, 5 Day Plus, 7 Day Basic, 5 Day Basic or 150 Meal Plan by August 10, 2018 by request through the Housing office.
You also have the option of purchasing a meal plan if you are not living on-campus, you can find available options at: MT Dining.
On-Campus food options can be found here, which include dining halls, convenience stores, food courts, and coffee shops.
Nearby Community Grocery/ Convenience Store Options
- La Esquina Market – (1 mile from STU) 19 minute walk and 5 minute drive
- Walgreens – (1.4 miles from STU) 28 minute walk and 7 minute drive
- Kroger – (1.9 miles from STU) 38 minute walk and 9 minute drive
Emergency Food Options
If you find yourself in need of food in-between meals or to hold you over for a few days, as an enrolled student you also have access to our Student Food Pantry.
SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) Benefits are available to college students if they meet eligibility requirements, which can be found on the SNAP Benefits website. Most college students must be working an average of 20 hours per week, enrolled in work-study, caring for young dependents, or receiving Families First.
If you have a long term need for food assistance, please contact Danielle Rochelle, Outreach Coordinator for additional resources.