Purchasing an Eagle All-Access Dining Plan or Eaglexpress Package, allows students to be “at ease” and focus more on their studies. There are many different benefits and advantages to getting an Eagle All-Access Dining Plan or Eaglexpress Package, such as:
- You never have to worry about “what’s for dinner” with the purchase of an Eagle All-Access Dining Plan. With unlimited access to Dining Commons and Lakeside Dining Commons, all your dining needs for the semester are covered.
- Eaglexpress Packages allow students to purchase as much as they want, when they want, wherever they want – on campus or at 70+ vendors around the Statesboro area.
- No hassle, no fuss. Everything is connected to your EagleCard so you don’t have to worry about keeping up additional cards.
re: fuel’s “College Explorer ’12” study indicates that 32% of students surveyed have increased their spending on groceries since last year, up from 29% who indicated an increase in 2011. SOURCE
“Nine in 10 college students (90%) visit a grocery store at least once a month; on average, students grocery shop 4.7 times each month.”
With an Eagle All-Access Dining Plan, you can make less trips to the grocery store and spends less!
Prices vs. Other Schools
Our goal is to have the most affordable option for dining while living on campus as well as provide the greatest value to parents and students with the Eagle All-Access Dining Plan. Let’s take a look at how the Eagle All-Access Dining Plan compares to other colleges and universities within the state of Georgia.
||Price + Extras
|Eagle Dining Services at Georgia Southern University
||$1725 for 7-day access and 100 Dining Dollars (D$)
|Clark Atlanta University
||$1817 for 7-day access and $25 Dining Dollars
||$1831 for 7-day access and $125 Dining Dollars
|University of Georgia
||$1978 for 7-day access
|Georgia State University
||$1846 for 7-day access
|Kennesaw State University
||$2076 for 7-day access and $200 Dining Dollars
||$2500 for 7-day access, $150 Dining Dollars, and 16 Guest Passes
|Florida State University
||$2349 for 7-day access, $500 Dining Dollars
Last updated: 12/6/2016