Campus Dining

Check Balance

Login with your Grand Valley email to check your dining dollar and meal balance. 

Restaurant Hours

View hours and restaurant information here. 

Contact Us
Questions, comments, concerns? Get in touch!

Join the team! Learn about working for us and download a job application.

Meal Plans

Fall 2019 Meal Plans 
View all your options for Meal Plans this semester.

How to Select a Plan 
Start here—Plan options are based on where you live.

How Plans Work & FAQ 
Learn how Meal Plans work, and view FAQ.




Browse Meal Plans 
Go here once you know what kind of Plan you'd like to purchase.

Add Dining Dollars 
You must already have a Meal Plan to add Dining Dollars. If you don't have a Plan, purchase a Gift Card instead.

Buy a Gift Card 
Available in $10 or $25 (Gift Cards available by noon on the following business day after purchase)

Papa John's Pizza

Eating on Campus

Restaurants Page 
Learn about restaurants on campus: hours, menus, maps, photos, and descriptions.

Find nutrition info here and on restaurant menus. Questions or concerns related to dietary restrictions or allergies? Schedule a consultation here or contact Registered Dietitian Megan Ponke at ponkeme@gvsu.edu or 616-331-8989.

What's a Meal? 
An all-you-care-to-eat Meal at Fresh Food Co. or purchase Meal Combos using a Meal from your plan. See the list of Meal Combos or pick up a hard copy at restaurants.

myGV App
Check your Dining Dollar balance, add Dining Dollars and view location menus. Link takes you to the App Store.

Vegan & Vegetarian Options
List of vegan & vegetarian options on campus.

Visit the Catering website. Special, discounted catering for student initiated events!



Twitter feed for @gvsufood

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Detox Don’ts: Many health and wellness influencers promote detox teas, diets, shakes and more. But there’s no need, your liver and kidneys already do the work for you! Steer clear of detoxes and cleanses.
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Don’t fear fat! Fats are an essential component of our diets. Healthy fats are those that are mono- or polyunsaturated. These can be supplied through foods such as fatty fish (salmon), walnuts, oils (canola or soybean), ground flaxseed, avocado and eggs.

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Page last modified June 10, 2019