Campus Dining Services

Pace Dining Services is administered by Chartwells Dining Services, Rye Brook, New York. Dining facilities are located on the New York City and Westchester (Pleasantville, Briarcliff, and White Plains) campuses, where you will enjoy an enhanced dining experience, as well as quality and selection at reduced prices. Check out the latest developments at

While all resident and full-time undergraduate students are required to participate in a meal plan, undergraduates assigned to Maria’s Tower, North Hall, Martin Hall, Dow Hall, New Dorm, Hillside, and Valley House residences who have earned 0-63 credits are assigned the Bronzemeal plan. Students with 64 or more credits are assigned the Limited meal plan. Undergraduate residents in Fulton Hall, St. George, and Clark residence facilities, Townhouses, and all full-time commuters are only required to participate in the minimum plan. The minimum fee for this declining balance plan will appear on your Office of Student Assistance (OSA) bill, but you will be able to voluntarily add more value to your meal plan at any time during the semester. Part-time undergraduate students may voluntarily purchase a meal plan by choosing from any of the resident meal plans. An added benefit applies when you choose to add to your account in $100 increments—you willreceive 10 percent in bonus dollars.

Meal plans will also help you save money because each timeyou purchase food on campus using your meal plan, you will be exempt from sales tax.

The meal plan table is available at your campus dining service office.

Please note that unspent Meal Plan balances carryover until graduation or you leave Pace.Your Meal Plansare not refundable.

If you have special dietary requirements, the Dining Services’ professional staff is ready and able to help you. They thrive on meeting your needs. So whether you have a food allergy, a medically prescribed diet, adhere to religious food laws, or are vegan inspired, the Pace Dining Services team is eager to work with you. Please contact Dining Services at least two weeks before your arrival on campus or immediately following an unforeseen event which alters your diet so they can adequately plan your menu.

Dining Services is available to discuss dietary issues, menu suggestions or to receive your comments. Stop by one of these locations or give them a call.

New York City Campus: One Pace Plaza, 1st floor, (212) 346–1283

Westchester Campus

Pleasantville: Kessel Campus Center, (914) 773–3763

Briarcliff: Dow Hall, (914) 923–2612

White Plains: Preston Hall, (914) 422–4119


Note: Abusive behavior or language, physical gestures towards dining services employees, and /or  failure to pay for food or other items consumed or removed from the dining area will not be tolerated. Persons found responsible will be subject to disciplinary action, which may include restitution and a fine of up to $50.00 per occurrence.