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University Dining Services FAQs
|What if I miss a meal because of work, class or an extra activity?|
|Sack lunches/dinners and even sack breakfasts are definitely a solution to your situation! Stop by the Dining Services management office in your residence hall to discuss your schedule with one of the management staff who will arrange the sack meal for you to pick up.|
|What if I have special dietary needs?|
|Students living in University Housing with special dietary needs are asked to contact Pam Edwards, Assistant Director of University Dining Services, to discuss plans about how to best meet the students' needs. Please contact Pam at 402.472.9045 or firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|How can I share my ideas about the menu with Dining Services' staff?|
|We encourage and appreciate students' menu ideas and have a few ways for you to become involved in that process including:
|Where can I find the menu for the residence hall dining centers?|
|Menus are posted at menu.unl.edu or you can download our menu app for iPhone or Android.|
|How can I become more involved in University Dining Services' activities?|
|A great way is to become a member of one of the University Dining Services' committees. Examples include:
|When or why would there be a "block" on my NCard with Dining Services?|
|There are different situations with the unlimited access meal plans that cause a "block" to occur such as:
|What if I'm not feeling well and can't get to a dining center for meal(s)?|
|There's a Sick Meal Approval form available at any dining center cashier desk that needs to be completed by the person getting a meal for you (i.e. friend, roommate, classmate, RA, etc.). The cashier will verify the information on the form and visually verify the NCard of the person getting the meal for you (so we have someone to follow up with if we need to). Once those items have been verified, that individual can get a sick meal for you.|
|Can guests join me for meals?|
All-Access Meal Plan:
Every student with an All-Access meal plan will be allowed three free guest meals during the first semester and three free guest meals during the second semester. After the three free guest meals are used each semester, guests are welcome to purchase a meal with cash, credit card, or by using their NCard.
Red 440 or White 250 Meal Pack:
Students with the Red 440 or White 250 meal pack have a limit of five (5) card scans per meal period. Card scans can be used in any dining center or grab-n-go location. These scans can be used for guests.
|How can I change my meal plan?|
|To make changes to your meal plan, log into your MyRed account and access the Housing Portal.|
Ingredients & Nutritional Information
University Dining Services makes every effort to label the menu items being served and identify the ingredients. At times, however, the ingredients of menu items will not be posted, and the possibility also exists that the ingredients and/or nutritional content may vary from what is posted. Manufacturers may change the formulation of the food without our knowledge and accurate nutritional information for certain product(s) may not be available. Any customers concerned about food ingredients should be aware of these risks and proactive about their food choices.
It is ultimately the responsibility of the customer to decide whether to eat certain foods. The University will not assume any liability for adverse reactions to foods consumed or to items one may come into contact with while eating at a University establishment. For questions regarding the ingredients of the menu items or any other questions about food contents, please consult a member of the dining center's management team at any time. If you believe you may have disability-related food allergies or other dietary needs related to a disability, please contact the Director of Services for Students with Disabilities at (402)472-3787.