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What is a Meal Plan?

A Meal Plan unlocks delicious meals, coffee, snacks, and more, at more than 27 locations across campus. Your Meal Plan includes Meal Swipes and Dining Dollars, conveniently loaded onto your FSUCard. No need to carry additional cards or cash!

What are Meal Swipes?

Meal Swipes give you access to our all-you-care-to-eat dining hall, Suwannee Room and Seminole Café.

What is a Cash Equivalency?

The cash equivalency dining option provides you with the opportunity to add variety to daily meals by exchanging one meal swipe per day for a meal up to a $6.50 value at select campus retail locations. If the total transaction is more than $6.50, the remaining balance can be paid with another form of payment including Dining Dollars, FSUCash, or debit/credit card.

Am I Required to Have a Meal Plan?

It is not required that students have a meal plan but it is greatly encouraged for its convenience and value!

How Do I Sign Up?

Meal Plans can be purchased at Locate the “Meal Plans” section at the top of the page and the listed plan options are categorized by semester. Select your desired plan and click “Add to Cart.” You may also sign up by visiting the Meal Plan Office located in the FSUCard Center at 104 N. Woodward Ave (Woodard Parking Garage), next to the FSU Bookstore.

How Do I Pay for My Meal Plan?

Your meal plan will be billed to your myFSU account and can be viewed and paid online at

How do I Find my EMPLID Number?

The 9-Digit EMPLID number is found on online through the portal under My Profile in the myFSU Identity Management section or under My Info, which is found on the right-hand side upon login.

Can I Check My Current Meal Plan Balance at

No, only money owed to the University is applied to If you need to check your swipe or Dining Dollar balances, you must log into e-Accounts.

Will My Meal Plan Automatically Renew for the Next Semester? 

Yes, meal plans are two-semester contracts – the plan amount will be billed to your myFSU fees account in both the fall and spring semesters. 

Will my Dining Dollars Expire?

Unused Dining Dollars will roll over each semester until graduation, or until the student departs from the university.

What is Round Up?

Round Up for FSU gives customers at specific campus retail locations the opportunity to "Round Up" their purchases to the nearest quarter ($0.25). The difference is automatically donated to the FSU Food For Thought Student Food Pantry. Round Up is conducted solely on a voluntary basis, and only applies to point of sale purchases with cash, credit, and debit.