Students in Residence Halls
Introducing The Unlimited Meal Plan, giving you greater freedom to eat where you want, when you want.
This plan features unlimited access to the Burton Dining Hall — as long as it’s open, come get a snack or meal — and more Lynchburg Express money.
You never have to worry about running out of meals, and you can always come by the Burton Dining Hall for a healthy snack.
- Unlimited swipes in Burton Dining Hall
- $200 in Lynchburg Express funds (declining balance account)
- 6 meal exchanges per week (Monday through Friday) at the Westover Room or, On Common Ground
- 8 guest privileges per semester for use at the Burton Dining Hall
- Cost: $2,650 per semester
Special Plan Features
Meal Exchanges — Westover Room, On Common Ground, and El Sí
The Westover Room is a separate grill/fast food location that also offers snacks, drinks, and convenience items. On Common Ground and El Sí is a dining location combining two eateries in one on the third floor, Drysdale Student Center. Students may use a certain number of their meal plan meals at these locations instead of the dining hall.
- Meal exchanges in the Westover Room (selected menu), Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Meal exchanges at On Common Ground and El Sí, Monday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Friday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Note: One meal exchange allowed per meal period.
Provided in Burton Dining Hall with resident student plans:
- Themed meals
- Guest meal privileges
- Exam snack breaks
- Exam late night breakfast
- Unlimited servings
- Brunch on weekends
Students in Townhomes, Peaksview, Courts, and University Houses
Students can select either the Unlimited Meal Plan or a $500 or $750 Hornet Plan. Both plans are declining balance accounts that can be used for food at any of the dining locations on campus.
Students Living Off-Campus
Students living off campus may choose any of the resident meal plans, or:
An Lynchburg Express Account can also be used to supplement a student’s meal plan, or as a stand-alone meal plan for non-resident students.
Residential students have a mandatory University meal plan. The University of Lynchburg recognizes the importance of providing reasonable accommodations in its dining services’ policies and practices where necessary, for individuals with disabilities to use and enjoy University Dining Services. Dietary Accommodations are provided to assist students with verifiable need for reasonable accommodation.