Updates Related to COVID-19
Fall 2020 Dining Operations
Pace, along with its Dining Partner, Chartwells will implement appropriate policies, in accordance with Federal, State, and Local regulations, using industry best practices to keep the University community and the Chartwells associates healthy.
All staff, faculty, and students visiting a dining cafe on campus will be required to wear a face covering, even if picking-up food for takeout. Each dining café will reduce capacity by 50% or more, with limited in-house seating. Seating will not be available for patrons not actively dining, or when the café is closed for meals. Mobile ordering and pickup stations will be available, with the use of contactless payment where possible.
Diners are encouraged to wash or sanitize hands prior to dining or retrieving food orders, and to only touch items in the café you will be picking up and taking with you. The following guidelines will be practiced in each dining hall:
- Full service model only, with the elimination of self-service stations
- Cafe tables to be separated to accommodate 6 ft. distances between diners as well as to allow for ADA access
- Stations will be set up in the café to allow for safe flow of guests in the café
- Sanitation of all station counters and common areas every 30 minutes
- New service hours will be in place to allow for appropriate sanitation of service area between meal offerings
- Floor decals to assist in social distancing for station lines
- Provide hand sanitizer for customer use throughout food service area
- Plexi Glass to be installed at cashier stations to protect cashiers and guests
- Individually wrapped cutlery kits to be supplied
- PC condiments only to be supplied
- Bakery items to be individually wrapped with a toaster available at the grill station
- Bottled beverage only, no fountain beverage
The University will open its main dining halls in NYC, Pleasantville and The Law School, along with the NYC and Pleasantville Starbucks, the NYC Market and Miller kiosk. The faculty dining room on the New York City campus will be closed for the fall 2020 and spring 2021 semester. The hours of operation for each dining hall will be modified with new hours posted in early August.
When the University resumes operations in the fall, the catering model will be altered to ensure safety is maintained in accordance with Pace standards and local health regulations. Catering options may include drop-off contactless catering and full service only models. Please return to the website for specific a revised catering program prior to the fall semester
Pace University Dining Services offers Students, Faculty, Staff and Administrators the convenience of various locations and healthy dining choices on our Manhattan, Pleasantville, and White Plains Campuses. For more information including dining locations, hours, nutritional facts, and events please visit the Pace DineOnCampus websites.
All full-time resident and commuter undergraduate students at Pace University are required to have a meal plan. Resident graduate students are also required to have a meal plan. Any unspent meal plan funds will roll over from semester to semester as long as student is enrolled – with the Exception of graduating students and transferring students. Graduating students need to spend all the funds by the end of the semester, or the funds will be forfeited. ALL MEAL PLANS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE AND NON-TRANSFERRABLE.
View your Meal Plan Balances!
Students can log-in with their Pace Portal log-in and see their remaining meal plan dollars (dining, flex, voluntary flex, bonus, scholarship and DAWG Dollars/campus account) from any computer. Students can also select account transactions which allow you to see all purchases made with meal plan dollars. We hope this will make dining on campus and budgeting much easier.
Voluntary Flex Dollars
Pace also offers an array of meal plans and meal plan options designed to suit each Pace student. Whether you are an incoming freshman or a full-time commuter, we have a meal plan perfect for you. If you do not have a meal plan, or if you would like to add additional funds to your meal plan, you can do so by filling out the Voluntary Flex Dollars Meal Plan Form (PDF), by visiting the Office of Student Assistance or you can add funds online via credit card or check. Flex Dollars/Voluntary Flex Dollars can be used on campus or off campus at the various establishments that accept our Flex Dollars.
Meal Plan Options
Upgrade your meal plan when you register, during orientation or before the end of the second week of school. Meal plans cannot be upgraded beyond the end of the second week of the semester.
Upgrade your meal plan (This will be done automatically in the Portal)
Campus Dining for Westchester students
All full-time Westchester students are required to have a meal plan.
Campus Dining for Graduate or School of Law students
All full-time resident graduate students are required to have a meal plan.
Campus Dining for Part-time Students, Faculty or Staff
The voluntary flex plan can serve as a supplementary plan for students with an existing meal plan who want additional funds if their balance runs low. Part-time students or staff members can also use the plan to avoid using cash every time they purchase food or beverages in the cafeteria or at a kiosk.
For questions and comments you can contact the Office of Auxiliary Services:
Office of Auxiliary Services
Phone: (914) 773-3717
You can also contact Chartwells Campus Dining Services:
Resident District Manager for all Pace campuses
Phone: (212) 346-1128
Alfred Casella III
Sr. Director of Dining Services - PLV Campus
Phone: (914) 773-3764
Director of Dining Services - WP Law School
Phone: (914) 422-4130