*Please check your OwlExpress account before purchasing an additional Meal Plan. You may already have a plan assigned to your account.
Kennesaw State’s award-winning meal plan program incorporates two convenient components with easy access on the KSU ID card: Meals and Dining Dollars. Meal plans can be used in both Stingers (Marietta) and The Commons (Kennesaw) and Dining Dollars can be used in any on-campus eatery. During the fall and spring semesters, a base-level meal plan will be automatically included for all full-time students and all on-campus residents. *
Meal plan requirements are based on two factors: the number of adjusted earned credit hours on a student’s transcript and whether or not the student lives on campus.
Requirements are as follows:
First-year residential students will automatically be assessed the Weekly10 plan, which includes 10 meals per week (Sunday – Saturday) and $200 Dining Dollars. First-year residents have the option to switch to the Weekly8 plan (8 meals per week and $500 Dining Dollars) that would also satisfy the mandatory meal plan requirement and would provide two fewer meals per week with $500 Dining Dollars.
Meal plan requirements for full-time first year commuters, sophomores, juniors and residential seniors are listed below. There is no required meal plan for commuter seniors or graduate students.
Upgrade during add/drop to any optional meal plan that is larger than your minimum requirement or add an optional meal plan at any time during the semester!
Add on any of these Dining Dollar plans to your card to save on 6% sales tax! All purchases in the amounts below also receive a 10% bonus.
Total Dining Dollars / $55
Total Dining Dollars / $110
Total Dining Dollars / $275
Get more value for your dollar and upgrade to any of the plans listed above by logging into your Owl Express account and selecting the “Meal Plan Upgrade” link in the Student Services menu. It takes only seconds and is simple: you pay only the total cost of the upgrade!
*SPSU students that were actively enrolled during the Spring 2015 semester and had accrued 30 or more credit hours by the end of the Spring 2015 semester will not have a meal plan automatically included while actively they are enrolled at KSU unless they have a residential status on the Kennesaw campus.