Find yourself eating on campus regularly? Did you know you can buy a meal plan even if you don't live in residence? Save some money next term by purchasing a commuter plan.
Made specifically for commuter students or those living in a residence with no meal plan, our commuter meal plans give students access to eat at all our spaces on campus. Available for a month, semester or year, you can add the plan that works best for you. Best part? You get the same perks as our standard meal plans – no tax on meals purchased on campus.*
*Tim Horton's, Starbucks and Second Cup locations excluded
As exams quickly approach, knowing what your study style is will help set you up for success.
We’ve run a not so scientific study to help you determine your study style. This is what your favourite lunch spot on campus says about your study style:
Sid Smith: Planned ahead and finished studying a week ago. (You got used to planning ahead and ordering in advance on the U of T Mobile Order app)
New College Dining Hall: The study group. (Residence Life makes for the best study groups)
Robarts: The late-night crammer. (Late hours for the win)
The Cube: The early riser. (Getting that 8:00 AM coffee to start your day)
MSB: Coffee, study, repeat. (#medstudentlife)
Favourite study spot didn’t make the top 5? DM us or comment below for a personal reading of what your favourite lunch spot on campus says about your study style.
Berries, such as blueberries, strawberries, blackberries contain antioxidants (compounds that help to prevent cell damage), which can benefit brain health and may improve functions such as memory.
Walnuts are also rich in antioxidants and have been associated with improved memory. They’re also a source of protein and healthy fats to help keep you feeling full.
And last, but not least, eggs! Eggs provide a good source of nutrients such as choline and B vitamins, known to be key players in brain health.
Didn’t know we have a dietitian? We do! You’re encouraged to reach out to her directly to learn more about nutrition and navigating food options on campus. Connect with Tarini at @uoftdietitian or firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know anyone can eat in our dining halls? New College dining hall is located centrally on campus between Huron and Spadina on Willcocks. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Pay with dining dollars, TBucks or credit/debit card.
Did you know we’re pledging to add 20% more plant-based options campus-wide in an effort to be more sustainable? We also now have 2 dedicated vegan locations: Casse Verte Croute at OISE and La Taula Verde at Gerstein.
Our chefs spent some time this past summer with @hsi_canada to further develop U of T’s plant-based options through updated culinary training. Click the link in our bio to read more or visit: uoft.me/plant-based-menus
Plant-based options are available at all Food Services locations campus-wide. Click the link in our bio to discover Where to Eat.