You can eat when you want, as much as you want, as many times as you want in the three traditional dining halls — Cobeen, McCormick and Straz Tower. You can also eat meals at any of the 14 destination dining locations on campus — Schroeder Hall’s Café Italiano; the 1950s-style diner in Mashuda Hall; six food vendors within Marquette Place in the Alumni Memorial Union; the Natural Market in the union; and five Brew Cafés on campus.
At the destination dining locations, simply swipe your student ID once during each meal period: breakfast (7:15–11 am), lunch (11 am – 4 pm) or dinner (4–7 pm). McCormick’s dining room remains open for late-night eating until midnight.
The Anytime Meal Plan also includes 15 guest passes and $50 for use in on-campus dining locations.
Ahh ... remember how nice it was to just walk into your kitchen and grab a quick snack as you did your homework or watched your favorite TV show? So do we. That's why each residence hall has a store stocked with choice drinks and snacks — just what you need for study sessions, movie nights or keeping your stomach from rumbling during mid-morning lectures.
MARQUETTE MEAL PLAN
All residence hall dining rooms offer continuous service from morning until night. Dining rooms do not close between meals. McCormick Hall provides extended hours and is open from 7:15 a.m. until midnight on weekdays and 11:15 a.m. until midnight on weekends.