As a student at the College at Brockport, you have many options when it comes to dining and meal plans. The College’s dining services, which are operated by Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation (BASC), are currently ranked No. 1 within the SUNY system, a ranking they have held consecutively since 1994.
There are two main dining halls on campus in addition to a number of cafes, late-night spots and retail locations, offering a wide variety of meal options throughout the day.
BASC offers a number of meal plans designed to provide variety, flexibility and plenty of healthy dining options. All students living on campus – with the exception of students living in the townhomes – are required to enroll in a meal plan. Students living off-campus are not required to enroll in a meal plan, but can if they so choose.
Meal Plan options include:
You can find more information on each of these dining plans by clicking on the corresponding URL above. You may also find the Frequently Asked Questions page helpful.
Dining Dollars are a designated amount of money that can be accessed through your EagleOne card and allow you to make food purchases at any on-campus dining location. Most resident meal plans listed above come with a designated number of Dining Dollars. To learn more, click here.
Easy Money is a taxable debit spending account accessed through your EagleOne card. Easy Money can be used for many things on and off campus, not just food. Easy Money can be used to purchase books, parking permits, box office tickets and much more. It can also be used at several off-campus locations. To learn more, click here.