The Atrium has been proudly serving our residents for years!  When you purchase a meal plan, you are provided access to our dining hall called "The Atrium" which is located in the Main Lobby of our Regency Tower.  

You can learn more about Meal Plans here or if you are curious about what a "declining balance" is then we provide an overview of that as well

💭  When is the Atrium open? ________________________________________

The hours of operation remain the same throughout each academic year (August - May) and we provide this information regularly on our website as well as below!
    

Spring 2017 hours

The Atrium will be open January 16, 2017 - May 13, 2017.   The Rail is open throughout winter and summer break to allow residents to use their Declining Balance for snacks, drinks and other basic living needs!
    

Fall 2017 hours

The Atrium will be open August 21, 2017 - December 16, 2017. The Rail is open throughout winter and summer break to allow residents to use their Declining Balance for snacks, drinks and other basic living needs!
    

Spring 2018 hours

The Atrium will be open January 15, 2018 - May 12, 2018.   The Rail is open throughout winter and summer break to allow residents to use their Declining Balance for snacks, drinks and other basic living needs!


    

💭 The Atrium Hours of Operation ________________________________________

Mon-Fri
Breakfast: 7am-9am
Lunch: 11am-2pm
Dinner: 5pm-8pm

Sat & Sun
Brunch: 11am-2pm
Dinner: 4pm-7pm

Store hours are subject to change.

    

💭  Can I add funds to my Meal Plan or Declining Balance? ______________________________________

Of course!  You can always increase the number of meals in your Meal Plan or add funds to your declining balance online through your Meal Plan Portal.  Simply contact Sodexo by email to find out how to add funds and adjust your meal plan choices!

⚠️️  Note:  Once the dining hall has opened and you made payment for a Meal Plan, you are unable to decrease the number of meals in your Meal Plan.  You are welcome to increase it anytime though!  
  

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