Last modified December 22, 2020, 11:19 a.m.


Spring meal plans are now available, with no payment until student fees are due. 

UGA’s dining commons are currently open for meal plan participants only. Customers can dine-in or take food to-go from available stations. Snelling is focusing on convenient grab-and-go orders via Grubhub only and offers a special pizza + 2-liter soda menu from 4:00 p.m – 12:00 a.m. Retail dining locations are open for take-out and accept credti/debit, Paw Points, and Bulldog Bucks. 

While dining operations have been temporarily adjusted in response to COVID-19, Dining Services is focusing on providing an extensive menu including sizzling stir-fry, refreshing smoothies, healthy salads, cooked-to-order burgers and more. Get all this and more for $9.40 per meal with a commuter plan or an estimated $15-17 per day with an all-access plan. View menus up to 10 days in advance on Build Your Plate

Commuting to campus? 20-minute parking is available on East Campus (E09) for those picking up food from the Village Summit or Red Clay Café.

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Health & Safety

Safety and sanitation remain our top priority. Here are some of the ways we are maintaining a safe environment during the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Read more.

Dine-In & Take-Out

While the coronavirus pandemic has posed several challenges, we remain committed to providing an exceptional meal plan program with access to a variety of dining options. Read more.

Grab-and-Go

Find a wide variety of grab-and-go menu options at our Quick Market locations or by ordering through Grubhub at select dining commons using your meal plan. Read more.

Complimentary Short-Term Parking

Enjoy short-term complimentary parking when picking up food at a residential dining commons or Quick Market location. Read more.

General Seating

A variety of indoor and outdoor general seating options are available throughout campus. Read more.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs

Answers to your questions related to our temporary dining procedures can be found here. Read more.

Helpful Tips for Dining on Campus

Here are some helpful tips to consider when dining on the meal plan. Read more.

Recent Announcements

Read all of the recent updates and announcements sent to our meal plan participants here. Read more.


DawgCheck: Commit to a Healthy Campus

Effective August 10, 2020

The University of Georgia is committed to the health and safety of our campus and our community. Immediate self-reporting is critical to helping us assess and respond to risks and exposures on campus. That’s why we’ve created DawgCheck: an easy-to-use, COVID-19 self-screening tool.

With DawgCheck, track symptoms related to COVID-19 before coming to campus and report a positive COVID-19 test. No symptoms? Great! But we still ask that you respond through DawgCheck before visiting campus. COVID-19 carriers can be asymptomatic, so using the DawgCheck tool before every visit is crucial to help us be proactive in stopping the spread.

If you test positive for COVID-19 within 10 days of visitng campus, we ask that you report your test results through DawgCheck to facilitate contact tracing. 

Access DawgCheck through the UGA app or online at dawgcheck.uga.edu.

If you are a visitor to campus, scroll down to the section For Individuals without a MyID Account to check for symptoms or report a positive COVID-19 test.

Questions? Visit dawgcheck.uga.edu/support to learn more.


Fore more Dining FAQs, please visit https://dining.uga.edu/about-us/faq

For information on UGA Transportation & Parking Services, please visit tps.uga.edu/notifications.

Students who need health care assistance may call the University Health Center at (706) 542-1162 or visit uhs.uga.edu.

For UGA updates and prevention visit uga.edu/coronavirus.