We are excited to introduce NEW All-Access meal plan programming for the 2021-2022 academic year. All-Access meal plans provide the ultimate campus dining value, flexibility and convenience!
- Students living in a traditional residence such as Lowenberger, DeCew, Residence 8, Vallee, or Earp are required to participate in either a 7-day or 5-day (Monday to Friday) All-Access meal plan. Please note, the 7-day All-Access meal plan is the default meal plan on your residence application.
- Students living in a non-traditional residence style, Village or Quarry View are required to participate in a 5-day (Monday to Friday) All-Access meal plan. Please note that students living in Village or Quarry View can upgrade to a 7-day All-Access meal plan.
Get the best value out of your All-Access Meal Plan: We recommend the 7-day All-Access meal plan as it provides two campus destinations for all-you-care-to-eat dining, unlimited meals, snacks and beverages 7 days a week. The price difference between a 5-day and 7-day All- Access plan is less than $10 per week, giving you best value and convenience.
Living off-campus? No problem, we have you covered! Students not living on-campus can also purchase a 5-day or 7-day All-Access meal plan or off campus meal plan.
|7- Day All-Access||5-Day All-Access*|
|Traditional Residence||Town House Residence|
|Meals per week||Unlimited 7 days a week||Unlimited Monday to Friday|
|Meal plan cost||$5000||$4650|
|Guest passes included||7||5|
*Note: the 5-Day All-Access Plan is only valid Monday- Friday.
Prices are for the 2020-2021 academic year and are subject to HST exemptions as set up by Revenue Canada guidelines. Residence students on mandatory meal plans will not incur tax for qualifying on-campus food purchases. The price of meal plans includes $150 that is allocated to the Brock University Capital Infrastructure and Sustainability Fund for Dining Services.
Meet Our Team
Meet Executive Chef Nick Paulino- Learn about All Access dining at Brock!
Meet Yvanna Mesic –Registered Dietitian, on site and ready to help!
Frequently Asked Questions
We are working closely with public health to ensure the ongoing safety of dining on campus. Measures such as Covid-19 screening, proper personal protective equipment such as face masks must be worn by our guests and employees, daily temperate checks for staff as well as frequent sanitation schedule of high touch points within the locations and the designated seating areas. As the guidelines change we also monitor the capacity of guests allowed in each location as well as the dine in seating capacity. All guests are advised to sanitize before entering and exiting as well as follow the social distancing markers mapped out throughout spaces.
Yes! Both the DeCew and Lowenberger Fresh Food Company dining halls are led by the culinary team, serving an all you care to enjoy menu each and every day. Our Chefs create a wide variety of options to choose from such as soups, salads, sandwiches, entrees, grill favourites and more!
A 5 or 7-day All-Access plan, provides unlimited daily access to both dining facilities with no restrictions. Please note, the 5-day plan is only valid Monday to Friday.
Meal plans are mandatory while living on campus in traditional and non-traditional residence buildings. If applicable to your plan, you can request to change your meal plan on or before September 30, 2021 by emailing BrockCard@brocku.ca.
The 5-day and the 7-day All-Access dining plans can be used to access either of the newly renovated DeCew or Lowenberger Fresh Food Company dining halls.
Dining Dollars and Flex Dollars can be used at any participating dining locations on campus including Tim Hortons, Starbucks, Hungry Badger (Pizza Pizza, Pita Pit) and Guernsey Market.
Yes, if you are living in residence you are required to purchase a meal plan.
If you are living in a traditional residence, Lowenberger, DeCew, Residence 8, Vallee, or Earp, you must purchase a 5-day or 7-day All- Access meal plan. All Access plans give you unlimited entry into the dining halls. A 5-day plan is Monday to Friday. Students with All- Access meal plans will have access to both residence dining halls. It I recommended that students in tradition residence take the 7 day plan.
If you are living in a non-traditional residence, Village or Quarry View, you must purchase a 5-day. Students in non-traditional style residence can upgrade to the 7 day meal plan.
Students not living on-campus can also purchase a 5-day or 7-day All- Access meal plan or off campus meal plan
Your meal plan is valid from move-in day (September 5, 2021) and available to use until 24 hours after residence move out day in April.
Brock’s dining program is designed to provide variety through a 4- week rotating menu cycle. Daily and weekly menus are posted at the entrance of the dining hall. In addition to the daily menu, your favourite classic menu items will be available everyday.
While hours are subject to change, for example during Reading Week where hours may be reduced, the dining halls are open Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m to 10:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Absolutely, your friends and family are welcome at all Brock Dining Locations! You have two payment options:
Option #1: Guest meal passes; 7 Guest swipes included for 7 Day All-Access Plan; 5 Guest swipes included for 5 Day All-Access Plan.
Option #2: Pay as you go: We accept cash, debit, credit and OneCard. Please refer to the meal plan options list for the number of guest plans that come with each plan.
Yes our Brock Dining Services is the ideal location on campus to accommodate dietary needs such as: allergies or food intolerances (soy, eggs, nuts, dairy, seafood & wheat), vegetarian, vegan, no gluten, halal and prescribed diets. While dining at Brock Dining Services look for the icons below.
These identifiers will show you which stations have alternative options to help make your meal choice. We offer menu items that meet most needs, however, if you require a specific specialty diet we can work together to create a menu to meet your needs. If you would like more information on how we can accommodate your dietary needs on campus, please contact: Chef Nick Paulino, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DeCew dining hall has a gluten free kitchen to support specific dietary needs. The gluten free kitchen is student card tap access only to avoid cross contamination and to create a safe space for students navigating dietary concerns on campus. In addition to our culinary team, we will also provide daily on-site student support from our Registered Dietitian Yvanna Mesic.
Dining Dollars and Flex Dollars work as a declining balance and funds are loaded to your Brock student card.
Dining Dollars are available to be used at all Dining Services locations on campus which include both DeCew and Lowenberger dining halls, Tim Hortons, Starbucks in the Market, Hungry Badger and the Guernsey Market.
Flex Dollars are available to be used at all Dining Services locations on campus, Campus Store, Parking Services, laundry services, vending machines, General Brock and Union Station, and for Printing in both the library and Computer Commons.
Flex Dollars can be added at anytime via credit card using the Brock Card portal at https://card.brocku.ca. Your username and password are the same as that of your Brock Portal. Funds can be added, in person, by visiting the Brock Card office located in the box office adjacent to the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre lobby where cash, debit and credit are accepted. Learn more.
An all-access meal plan is designed to accommodate any student lifestyle with an array of healthy choices, as well as some traditional more hearty menu offerings to appeal to all audiences. Our meal plans offer the ultimate convenience on campus with two dining halls, operating seven days a week from early morning to late night.
These locations provide students with the ability to visit for a quick coffee break or to sit down and enjoy a full meal with unlimited access either five or seven days a week. Whether you’re a light or a hearty eater we offer a variety of stations throughout the day such as grill, entrée, international eats, deli and soup, salad, bakery and beverages. Our plans are designed to enjoy as much or as little as you want all day every day, however it is important that all students have a balanced plate and our culinary team and Registered Dietitian offer on-site support.
Yes, both dining halls will be open for early morning as well as late night to accommodate most schedules. While hours are subject to change, for example during Reading Week where hours may be reduced, the dining halls are open Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m to 11:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you do require meal accommodations based on your schedule our team will with you one on one to ensure meals are accommodated if required.
Our culinary team manages the production of food base on the demand for the location to ensure we produce only what we are going to serve each day. All food waste is logged and tracking to ensure we minimize food waste each and every day. The production waste such as egg shells and fruit and vegetable peels for example are composted. To minimize post-consumer waste we encourage all guests to only take what they are going to consume, as they can enjoy multiple servings as well as try a variety of menu items throughout their visit.