On campus dining is an important part of campus life. The Tiger Eat$ Program provides resident and commuter students the opportunity to connect with friends, stay healthy, boost your energy to start the day or unwind after a long day. Tiger Eat$ offers the flexibility to purchase dining items without the need to carry cash. Our goal is to integrate both commuting and resident students to experience a full college life. Students can enjoy a meal while working on a project or grab a snack between classes.
Students that elect to upgrade to an optional commuter or resident meal plan, by the deadline, will have the Tiger Eat$ fee deducted from their student bill.
How Does the Tiger Eat$ Plan Work?
All full-time undergraduate students participate in the Tiger Eat$ program. If you are an undergraduate student, enrolled in 12 or more credit hours and at least one of your classes is on campus, you will automatically have $325 in Tiger Eat$ added to your account each fall and spring semester.
Students will be able to use these funds at all UofM dining locations. The Tiger Eat$ averages to $2.90 per day or $20.30 per week to spend UofM Dining on campus for meals, beverages and snacks, including Starbucks and some vending machines.
Any Tiger Eat$ balance from the fall semester will be transferred to the spring semester. You have until the last day of the spring semester to use the funds and dine around campus.
For questions about Tiger Eat$ or fee payment, please visit our Contact Us page and choose the most convenient way to get help for you.
If you have questions about financial aid, please call the Financial Aid Office at 901.678.4825.
If you have questions about room and board, please call Residence Life at 901.678.2295.