By protecting and improving our environment, the communities where we do business and the students we serve, Sodexo makes every day a better day and every tomorrow a better tomorrow.

Meal Plans

A charge assessed to all students living on campus to cover the cost of providing the following required meal plans: If no meal plan is selected the 17-Meal Plan will be assessed. 

buy now

Fall 2017 / Spring 2018 Semester 

  • 17 Meal Plan (plus 125 points) $1,351.71
  • 14 Meal Plan (plus 175 points) $1.351.71
  • 10 Meal Plan (plus 200 points) $1,351.71 
  • 7 Meal Plan (plus 225 points) $1,351.71 


  • Rates are subject to change. 
  • Graduate Students living on campus are required to purchase a meal plan. 
  • Meals reset on Monday of each week, but your points do not reset. 

To all new and returning students: Instructions to process your meal plan for the semester. You may change your plan once per semester. Changes must be made by the 5th class day. 

Off-Campus Residents 

All off-campus residents who want to participate in the meal plan must have enough Financial Aid in order to cover the meal plan for the semester. If the student does not have enough Financial Aid or ineligible for Financial Aid then the student have the option of purchasing panther bucks. 

General Information 

Students requiring diet modifications for medical conditions are requested to contact our Food Service Director. Appointments may be arranged to discuss dietary requirements and any modifications necessary for managing food consumption on campus. Students seeking dietary support for weight loss, diabetes, eating disorders, and other chronic conditions should contact a personal physician to obtain a diet outline. 

Food Intolerance 

Students suffering from lactose intolerance will find substitute product available in the main dining facility. For questions concerning foods and ingredients please feel free to ask the manager on duty or contact Sodexo offices at (936) 261-1770. 

Food Allergies 

Knowledge of food preparation, handling, and ingredients in the food we serve are vital in food allergy management. Students who have diagnosed food allergies should contact a member of our management staff to alert us to their needs. A comprehensive plan including a list of foods to avoid, menus to follow, and alternative foods that are available will be developed. Students with questions regarding ingredients and food preparation in any of our dining locations are encourage to ask the manager on duty for assistance. 

Kosher Dining 

The demand for kosher meals varies from year to year. Currently, kosher meals are available on a request only basis. For students interested in eating kosher in the dining halls, meals are purchased from a kosher purveyor and heated as needed. There is an additional cost for these meals. Questions regarding kosher dining on campus should be directed to our Food Service Director. 

Special Diets 

For special diet requests, please contact Paul Roberts

In This Section
Important Info

Dietary Needs

Do you have particular dietary needs? No problem! Our campus dining program can accommodate your special dietary requirements. For more information, please contact us at (936) 261-1770.

Dining Policies

One of our main goals is to provide a pleasant, clean, comfortable and satisfying dining experience. In order to meet this goal, we ask for your assistance with the following procedures:

  • Please bus your dishes and disposables from your table when you have finished dining
  • Please refrain from taking food, dishes or utensils from the dining area.
  • Remember that meal cards are non-transferable. Meal cards cannot be used by anyone but the purchaser.
Prairie View A and M University | Dining Services | FM 1098 Rd. and University Dr. | Prairie View, TX 77446 | tel. (936) 261-1770 | Contact Us