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Campus Dining Services Summer Meal Program 2014

The following are the Meal Plan programs that will be available this summer. Below are details of the traditional meals plan (Dine In Program) for groups and declining balance meal plan for individuals or groups. The University requires that meals be provided for participants living in University housing where cooking is not permitted in the rooms.


Dining Facilities

Summer groups or individuals may opt to use the following locations with their declining balance meal plan for some or all meal periods.

Main Campus Locations

Stony Brook Union Deli (Stony Brook Union Building)
Union Deli
Open – June 28th – July 28th
Monday – Sunday 6:00 PM – 10:30 PM
(late night available during Ramadan)

Student Activities Center
Open –
Monday – Friday 7:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Saturday and Sunday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Delancey Street Glatt Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant (Stony Brook Union Building)
Open for pre-order meals only

Stony Brook University offers several options for summer students and conference participants who require Kosher meals.

Freshly packaged sandwiches, salads, snacks, and double wrapped microwaveable meals will be available to the Student Activities Center Food Court, which is open 7 days a week and at the Stony Brook Deli, which provides late afternoon and evening service. Summer hours of operation can be viewed/downloaded at (TBD)

In addition, freshly produced hot lunch and dinner meals are available by pre-arrangement at Delancey Street Kosher Restaurant in the Stony Brook Union:

  • Available Monday through Thursday, from June 30, 2014 through August 12, 2014.
  • The menu for each day is available at fsa.sunysb.edu/kosher-meals/.
  • Cost per meal is $11 (complete lunch or dinner meal).
  • Lunch serving time is between noon and 1:30pm.
  • Dinner serving time is between 4:00pm and 5:30pm.
  • Meals must be ordered and paid for prior to the start of a summer term or summer conference start date, which may be done at the following link fsa.sunysb.edu/kosher-meals/.

All Kosher packaged and served Kosher food is produced on campus at Delancey Street Kosher Restaurant under the Kashrus Certification of the Vaad Harabonim of Queens.

Jasmine Food Court (Wang Center)
Open –
Monday – Friday 11:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday – Closed

* Please download our summer hours pdf for holiday hours for Memorial Day and Independence Day.

East Campus (Medical Center) Locations

Market Place Café
Market Place Cafe
Open –
Monday – Friday 12:00 AM – 10:30AM/11: 00AM – 8:00PM
Saturday – Sunday 12:00AM – 8:00PM

Skyline Deli
Skyline Deli
Open –
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Saturday – Sunday Closed


Declining Balance Plan

Meal Plan points are based on a declining balance system. Participants will use either their ID card or room card (if they do not receive an ID card) to access their declining balance for food or beverage purchases. The plan balance per participant will be calculated using a minimum of $14 per day per participant multiplied by the number of days living on campus. Declining balance meal plans deduct the amount of each purchase from the participant’s account. The amount of purchase and balance remaining in the account is shown on the purchase receipt or you can check your balance on-line. Any remaining funds at the end of the program will not be refunded. All meal plans are tax-exempt.

Adding Additional Funds
Depending on your eating habits you may need to replenish your meal plan funds. You can add money to your meal plan on-line or contact the Faculty Student Association (FSA) Services Office at 631.632.6517.

Hours of Operation by Location*
See Dining Facilities (above) for a list of a la carte retail food only locations that would require Declining Balance as payment by individual program participants. This option may not be best suited for very large groups or those with time restrictions.


Dine In Program

This program is designed for large groups and can be arranged with your organization in advance, with required minimums.

Location: TBD


Breakfast – Each meal will consist of the following:
Choice of Scrambled Eggs, Pancakes or Waffles, Breakfast Meat, Bagels and Toast, Health and Breakfast Bar, Cold Cereal, Whole Fruit, Coffee Service, Assorted Juice and Milk.

Lunch and Dinner – Each meal will consist of the following:
Choice of Three (3) Entrees to include one vegetarian option, Potato or Rice, Vegetable, Deli Sandwich Service, Grill items, Salad Bar, Dessert, Milk, Assorted Fountain Beverages.
All menus will be based on a two week cycle menu. Meal service is unlimited. You must notify Campus Dining Services of any dietary or other restrictions at least 2 days prior to the beginning of service for a group.

Hours – Meal periods are subject to opening depending on group needs.
Please visit campusdining.org/PDF/summer-hours-2013.pdf for dates meal service is available.
The hours of service shall be:
Breakfast – 7:30 AM- 9:00 AM
Lunch – 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Dinner – 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Guest Counts
Preliminary counts are due one week prior to the start of service. Once service has begun, all counts are guaranteed. Client will review with Food Service representative and both parties will agree on a guest account at the time of service.

Accommodating groups
Campus Dining will do our best to accommodate each group to a requested time. We may need to adjust some scheduled times based upon the size of a group. Larger groups may require additional time. If an alternative location is needed due to the number of groups eating during a meal period, we will notify the groups that are moving in a timely manner.
Each group is required to have at least two representatives or monitors present during meal time to assist with the needs of their group. Campus Dining will have a manager present during all meal periods for any questions.
Any large groups that are in need of Dining Services prior to the opening date of [TBD], please contact either Robert Reinhard ( robert.reinhard@stonybrook.edu ) at 631-632-4365; or David Conway ( david.conway@stonybrook.edu ) at 631-632-4605 to make arrangements.

The price per person is as follows for all meals in the Union Commons:
Breakfast – $5.75 per person
Lunch – $9.90 per person
Dinner – $14 per person

All groups will be counted as they enter the dining facility. Both a representative of the group and a Campus Dining representative are asked at the meal period to sign off on an agreed number of participants entering for the meal. All food service counts to be invoiced will be based on a Friday thru Thursday week. This may result in an additional invoice for Monday thru Friday groups. Payment for all non SUNY programs requires a 50% deposit prior to beginning service. The remainder is due on the final day of service.


Contact Information

For information on when dining facilities are available or for special dietary needs such as Kosher, Halal or allergen-free, please contact Robert Reinhard ( robert.reinhard@stonybrook.edu ) at 631-632-4365; or David Conway ( david.conway@stonybrook.edu ) at 631-632-4605.

For general meal plan questions or to setup a declining balance meal plan for a group please contact Mary Ann Campisi ( maryann.campisi@stonybrook.edu ) at 631-632-6511.

Meal Plan Terminology

Campus Dining Points

Campus Dining Points may be used anytime at the Student Activities Center, Union Commons, Union Deli, Starbucks, Delancey Street, Roth Food Court, Roth Regatta Café featuring Red Mango, West Side Dining, Jasmine Food Court, Tabler Café as well as Stadium and Arena Concessions.

Meal plans are tax-exempt which saves you money on every food and beverage purchase you make.

Billable to Account

Please Note: Your Student Account must be in good standing in order to replenish your meal plan and have it billed to your account. Meal Plans are based on the academic year, the meal plan you select for the Fall Semester will be the meal plan you are given in the Spring Semester.

Summer Meal Plans (Unused Balance)

Unused balance from Summer Meal Plans will be carried over to the Fall semester at which time your fall semester meal plan policies apply.

Resident Student Meal Plan Information

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