All Harvard Undergraduates – Unlimited Meals, Unparalleled Options
Many life-changing moments and memorable conversations happen over meals—exploring ideas, making friends, sharing stories. The warmth and vibrance of our dining halls foster life-long friendship networks and engender the intimate feeling of family and community.
As such, Harvard College requires all undergraduates living on campus to have an unlimited meal plan. That way, you are able to eat all meals and participate in dining hall activities with your peers in every House.
We operate thirteen dining halls. The elegant Annenberg Hall is reserved for freshman dining, while upperclassmen dine within their House dining halls. Additionally, Hillel’s kosher dining hall is open to all undergraduates.
Meal Plans for Non-Residents
Individuals who do not live on campus in undergraduate housing with a correlated meal plan, but who have a College affiliation, may purchase a variable meal plan of 5, 10 or 21 meals per week. The program is non-refundable. Participants are allowed one meal swipe per meal period, during any breakfast, lunch, dinner or brunch. Meals can be used at any of the Houses (respectful of interhouse and guest restrictions) and at Annenberg for breakfast only. Unused meal balances are not transferable towards the next week; unused meals will be forfeited weekly (after dinner on Saturdays). If you are interested in enrolling, please follow our E-Enrollment portal to submit your request.