Campus Meal Plans and Costs
We create dining menus and environments that promote, improve, and maintain health and wellness for the entire Coppin campus community.
What is a meal plan?
A meal plan is a program where students can pay for a specific amount of meals provided by campus dining facilities. Plans allow students to pay for meals by semester or by individual meal. At Coppin, students can use meal plans at the Talon Center Dining Hall for breakfast, lunch, and dinner—and also in come campus retail locations (i.e. Subway, etc).
Only current students can use a meal plan, and must use a current Eagle Card to access meals in the Dining Hall. Each time you use your Eagle Card to eat a meal in a campus dining facility, your account subtracts the meal from your account balance. Please note, your meal plan is nontransferable, which means you cannot share it with anyone else.
Throughout the semester, Coppin has a variety of events where parents, friends, families, and alumni come to campus. Every semester, your meal plan comes with 5 uses for guest meals.
Questions? Get Answers
Still have more questions about Coppin meal plans? Visit our food service provider's official site for Coppin State University dining.
Commuter Meal Plans
|# of Meals||Dining Dollars||Cost|
Talon Center Cost Per Meal
|Breakfast||$9.30||7:00 am - 10:00 am|
|Lunch||$10.45||11:30 am - 2:00 pm|
|Dinner||$11.60||4:30 pm - 9:00 pm|