Dining Options for Campus Residents

Dining ServicesSUU Dining Services is committed to supporting students seeking a more healthy lifestyle. From multiple, daily entrees offered at the T-Bird Eats dining hall to favorite products at on-campus retail outlets, you're sure to eat, learn, and live well while studying at Southern Utah University.

Visit the Dining Services website to learn more about meal plans, menus, and locations.

  • All-You-Care-To-Eat dining
  • Dining Dollars included
  • Tax included

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T-Bird Eats Dining Hall

Exciting things are happening at SUU Dining! With our brand new dining facility opening this fall, it is just one of many ways students can take advantage of their meal plans. When students visit, they will experience an all-you-care-to-eat meal where they can choose from a variety of different stations. This includes fire deck pizza, flame-grilled burgers, and a rotisserie!

Below are some other new stations and features you will find:

  • Open flame fire deck pizza 
  • Rotisserie Oven
  • Interactive made to order Latin station
  • Interactive made to order stir fry station
  • Open flame grilled sandwiches and hamburgers
  • Chopped salad station
  • Fresh pastries made daily 

Dining Dollars & Retail Outlets

Dining Dollars are bonus dollars included in each meal plan. They give you the chance to dine anywhere on campus. Dining Dollars are cash equivalent and tax exempt and can be used at all of our retail locations.

Join friends and classmates at popular on-campus retail outlets such as Chick-fil-A, Papa Johns and the Market. Retail outlets accept Dining Dollars included with meal plans and offer a wide variety of products to meet your lifestyle needs.

Meal Plans

As a resident living in Cedar Hall, you are required to purchase one of the meal plans: Unlimited 7, Unlimited 5, Block 150, or Block 100. Students not living in Cedar Hall can purchase a resident plan or one of our Lifestyle plans: Eat Mor Chikin (NEW! Exclusive Chick-fil-A Plan), First Apartment, Block 85, or Block 50.  When creating these plans, SUU Dining Services wanted to ensure that food was never something weighing on a student's mind. With that said, we also understand that every student has different dining needs. That is why you'll find a wide variety of meal plans that are sure to fit into your student's lifestyle. When thinking about which plan is best for your student, a good place to start is to look at your student's schedule and determine how many meals a week they may need. From there, take a look at our meal plan options and determine which plan is best for your student. To learn more about each plan visit the Dining Services website.