In service to a diverse campus community, Emory Campus Dining operates to support the educational mission and social endeavors of the institution. As a unit of the Campus Life Division, it operates to advance the division’s goals and core values. Emory Campus Dining strives to be a nationally-recognized leader based on the innovative nature of its co-curricular programs, authentic culinary, service and sustainability standards and practices
All first and second year students are required to enroll in a meal plan. Third and fourth year students who choose to live in University housing must also be enrolled in a meal plan. All students enrolled in a meal plan are committed for the entire academic year.
Dooley Dollars are a component of a University meal plan. Dooley Dollars purchases are tax free and enjoy a 5% discount at the point of sale. As part of a campus meal plan, Dooley Dollars may only be used at campus dining locations or at Domino’s in Emory Village. Eagle Dollars are administered through the University Emory Card office and may be used for a variety of services at any on or off campus (e.g. bookstore, or CVS.) Eagle Dollar purchases are taxed at the current Georgia State tax rate.
In addition to providing continuous and convenient access to a variety of food choices, we believe communal dining to be an important part of the Emory undergraduate experience.
Yes, students may change their meal plant to any plan in which they are eligible during specified meal plan change periods at the beginning of each semester.
Yes, Dooley Dollars may be added to an existing meal plan at any time during the academic year. Please click Housing and Dining Online Services for additional information.
Fraternity members who live in a fraternity house and have enrolled in their house meal plan are not required to enroll in a University meal plan but may do so to supplement their house plan. Sorority members living in the lodges are required to enroll in a University meal plan because they do not have house plans.
Fraternity and Sorority members living in University housing must enroll in a meal plan. Those living off campus are not required.
If you currently live on campus you will be required to have a meal plan. Please contact the Emory Campus Dining office, who will help guide you to the meal plan that would best fit your needs and lifestyle.
Students living off campus may choose any plan offered.
Dooley Dollars are declining balance funds associated with your meal plan and may be used at any retail or a la carte dining venue on campus. Meal swipes are also part of a campus meal plan and provide entry into the all-you–care- to- eat. Dobbs Market. As well, meal swipes may be conveniently used for meal exchange items at White Hall, the SAAC Café or the Wrec Café at Woodruff Residential.
Disability Medical Plan is a declining balance plan provided to certain students based on special medical needs or circumstances. The Emory Office of Disability Services determines eligibility.
Meal Plan A particpants are provided 16 guest meal passes per semester which may be used at Dobbs Market.
Yes, all dining locations on both the Atlanta and Oxford campuses accept Oxford Dollars and Dooley Dollars.
There are many dining options for those with special dietary needs. Please contact Cristina Caro, RD who will assist in answering questions and concerns.
We offer Kosher meals in Dobbs Market Sunday through Thursday for lunch and dinner and lunch on Fridays. Shabbat Meals are served at the Marcus Hillel Center at Emory. Although we do not currently offer Halal meat at Dobbs Market we do have a wide variety of Vegan/Vegetarian options available. We do offer halal grab and go options at Common Grounds at Cannon Chapel.
Vegetarians and Vegans have a variety of options across campus. Contact the Campus Dining office with any further questions.
Yes. We have a dedicated Gluten-free station at Dobbs Market.
There is a $3.00 premium to the current Dobbs Market door prices.
Please click TIME TO EAT for hours of operations and click here for a map of all dining locations.
Dobbs Market, Highland Bakery, SAAC Café, Dunkin Donuts, Starbucks, Zaya at Dooley’s Den & Eagle Convenience & Subs (Opening Fall 2014).
Various locations across campus offer grab and go style meals for those short on time.
Dobbs Market, Dunkin Donuts, Starbucks, Zaya at Dooley’s Den & Eagle Convenience & Subs (Opening Fall 2014).
Yes, 2014-15 guest meal prices are as follows:
The SAAC café offers classic grill options, subs and a wide variety of convenience items.
Please click the link below for Emory Campus Dining’s contact information.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any market related questions.
FACE is a student run organization who leads a pivotal role in shaping the dining program at Emory University. Please contact Karoline Porcello, Co-Chair for FACE at email@example.com for further questions or how you can get involved.
Yes! Please click the link below to read about the many initiatives Emory Campus Dining performs.
Please contact the Campus Dining office to help with your overcharge.
Please contact the Campus Dining office to help with your double charge.
Please contact or visit the Emory Card office at 404-727-6095 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a new card. Replacements cards cost $25.
Yes there is. Breakfast is $6.00, Lunch is $7.00 and Dinner is $10.00. You will also receive one free meal for every three purchased.