Dining Options

Dining Options

Some students choose to get a meal plan. There are two different options for meal plans. In addition, all ELI housing options include access to kitchens, which enables students to prepare their own meals.

Off-Campus Meal Plan (OCMP)

This option allows you to use your meal plan card to purchase food from restaurants and cafes on Main Street and in the surrounding area in Newark. This is a good option for students who live in Homestay, One Easton, the Global Community, Studio Green, or Pine Brook.

Click here to learn more about purchasing OCMP.

University of Delaware campus meal plan

To learn about how the on campus meal plans work, please watch this video:

 

We recommend this option for students living in the INNternationale.

Meal plans for on campus

There are three on campus dining options for ELI students:

  • 50 “anytime” meals with $140 dining points
  • 25 “anytime” meals with $65 dining points
  • “Flex” points

Meals with Dining Points

Prices (until May 2017):

  • 50 “anytime” meals with $140 dining points: $760.00
  • 25 “anytime” meals with $65 dining points: $397.00

Note: Any unused meals or dining points cannot be reimbursed to a student. These plans are only good for two sessions (approximately four months). If a plan is purchased half-way through one session, it will only be valid until the end of the following session.

You must purchase a Meal Plan at the ELI cashier’s window at 189 West Main Street.

For more information, go to the Meal Plan website, or visit the ELI cashier’s window.

Flex Points

A Flex account is a declining balance account. Flex points can be used in all dining locations and in many other places on campus, such as the University Bookstore. They cannot be used as payment for ELI activities.

Advantages of Flex Points

  • Any unused Flex points can be reimbursed to the student after he/she has finished studying at the ELI.
  • There is no “expiration date” on Flex points.
  • Flex points can be used as long as a student is enrolled in ELI or the University.

For more information, visit the Flex Account website.

You can go to the ELI cashier’s window at 189 West Main Street to find out how to use Flex.

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