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Please note that designated meal times may come into effect to limit the number of people in the dining hall at once. We may also need to suspend self-serve stations. But we have no doubt residents will continue to enjoy their dining experience.

The Residence Meal Plan is mandatory

Considering living on campus? Know your meal-plan facts.

The meal-plan cost for fall and winter 2020-21 was $4975 in total. This provided for all-you-care-to eat at both of the residence dining cafeterias on the Sir George Williams and Loyola Campuses. There are two parts to the meal plan; the principal portion is $4,700.00* for dining hall meals and $275* of dining dollars, which can be used at the different food concessions you can find around the campuses.

Four-month, winter-exchange students will pay $2488.00*. If you are an applicant with questions about paying for the meal plan, please email

The meal plan provided by Concordia Food Services is an integral part of living on campus and is mandatory for all residents. To ensure that students have a positive experience, menus are created to accommodate personal needs and preferences such as halal, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten & lactose intolerances. If you have any questions about the Residence Meal Plan, we recommend that you first consult the on-site dietitian at If you have allergies, dietary needs, or other concerns, they can help you determine if our menus can accommodate your needs and if on-campus housing is the right choice for you. 

* Please note that the kitchen and dining hall used by the Concordia food provider are not nut free. We strongly advise that if you do have dietary requirements you contact the dietician to discuss the options that are available for your specific needs.

* Meal plan services are not provided during the university’s holiday period (late December to early January).

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