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FAQs

Here is a list of Frequently Asked Questions concerning dining on campus. If you don't find the answer to your question, please send us an email and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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Meal Plans

What Meal Plans do you offer?

We offer a variety of meal plans to meet your on campus dining needs. Check out our Meal Plan page for a full list of offerings.

What type of Meal Plan is recommended?

We have a variety of meal plans to meet your needs! Depending on your class year, where you live, and how much you are on campus, our recommendations may vary. Be sure to use our filter and sort functions to help choose your plan. If you still need help choosing a plan, give us a call at 609.896.5061 or email us oswald-scott@aramark.com

How can I purchase a Meal Plan?

You can purchase your meal plan by clicking here, or by visiting the Cashier’s Office in the Bart Luedeke Center.

Are Meal Plans required?

All students that live on campus and do not have access to a full kitchen are required to purchase a meal plan.

How do I track my meal plan and Bronc Buck usage?

You can sign up for Manage My ID by logging into MyRider and selecting Manage My ID in the Personal Information Box. Manage My ID is an online account that allows both you and your parent to view balances of meal, Bronc Bucks and Bonus Bronc Bucks.

What happens if I lose my ID card?

Sign into Manage My ID to report your lost or stolen card, and your meal plan will be protected immediately. You can pick up a replacement card in the Campus Card Administrator Office in BLC-137. After business hours, please go to the Public Safety Office.

Can I treat a friend by using two “meal” in a meal period?

For your protection you are the only person allowed to use your meal plan. If you would like to treat a friend, you may pay for their meal using your Bronc Bucks or one of your five (5) guest passes included in your meal plan.

What do I do if my Bronc Bucks run low?

Reload! Each time you purchase a snack or full meal, you may ask the cashier to tell you how many meals and/or Bronc Bucks you have remaining. If your balance runs low, you can add more to your account using cash, check, money order or Visa/Mastercard, Discover or American Express. Simply go to the Cashier’s Office (located in the Bart Luedeke Center, open 8:30 a.m. -5 p.m. Monday through Friday) or call 609-896-5390 to make your payment or click the Meal Plans tab at the top of the page. Deposits are added in $25 increments. When you add $100 of Bronc Bucks or more, we will give you a 10 percent bonus!

Can I take food out of Daly’s or The Commons?

You cannot take food out of Daly’s or The Commons unless you are a member of the Green To-Go Club. Once you enter the dining hall, if you decide you want to take it to-go we will provide you with a sustainable container. You can take your container out of Daly’s or The Commons to enjoy your meal elsewhere. For more information ask a manager in Daly’s, Cranberry’s, or The Commons about the Green To-Go Club.

What if I have a question that’s not answered here?

Email us at adirector@rider.edu, call us at 609-896-5061, or reach out to us on one of our social media sites. Facebook: Rider Dining, Twitter: @Rider_Dining, Instagram: @RiderDining.

Account

Where can I find more info on nutrition?

For more on Nutritional Information and Healthy for Life initiatives, visit our Eat Well section.

Why do I have to create an account in order to check out?

For you, and us, to be able to best track orders, and to be able to contact you in case of a question regarding your order we ask that you create a CampusDish account.

How do I create an account?

Click the "Login" button, and then on the login page click the "create a new account" link.

How do I find more about Nutritional Information?

Use our Comparison Box and Nutritional Calculator to get the most out of your eating decisions. Select products from the Menu section and use one of the options below to get accurate comparisons and information about your choices. 

For more on Nutritional Information and Healthy for Life initiatives, visit our Eat Well section.