Staten Island/Manhattan
 
 

 


Sign up for a meal plan through St. John's Central with the UIS link and the plan will be automatically added to your StormCard.  Meal plans carry over from the Fall to the Spring semester but expire on May 31st.

         

CLICK HERE to download the  2013-14 Staten Island & Manhattan Students Meal Plan Brochure

Staten Island Meal Plans

Plan 1 Mandatory for freshmen, optional for other students 1,665 meal plan points $1,730
Plan 2 Optional for all resident and commuter students 2,130 meal plan points $2,215

 

Manhattan Meal Plans

Plan 1 Mandatory for resident students 930 points for Manhattan campus, 735 for any campus $1,730
Plan 2 Optional for residents & commuters 1,130 points for Manhattan campus, 1,000 for any campus $2,215

 

Every purchase made with a meal plan is sales tax-free, so you save almost 10% on every purchase.  Plus, we give you extra incentives when you open a plan, such as bonus dollars and meal exchanges.

 
At both campuses, commuters can add meal points at any time during the semester to their Storm Card
starting at a minimum of $25.
By adding the money to your Storm Card, you save sales-tax on every purchase.
Plus, it you add $100 or more, we give you a 10% free bonus!
To add money to your Storm Card, visit St. John's Central and click on the UIS tab.
For questions or changes to your meal plan, contact the Office of Residence Life (Staten Island)

 

 

 

 
Hours of Service
 
Manhattan Campus (academic year):
Monday - Thursday  8am-8:30pm
Friday  8am-7:30pm
Saturday 10:30am-7pm
Sunday 10:30am-8pm
 
Staten Island Campus (academic year):
Monday - Thursday  7:30am-8pm
Friday  7:30am-6pm
Saturday  1pm-6pm
Sunday  3pm-8pm
 
 
*St. John's University Dining Services makes every effort to instruct our food production staff on the severity of food allergies, however, there is always a risk of contaimination. There is also a possibility that manufacturers fo the commercial foods we use could change the formulation or substitute ingredients at any time, without notice. Customers concerned with food allergies need to be aware of this risk. St. John's University Dining Services will not assume any liability for adverse reactions to foods consumed, or items one may come in contact with while eating at any University establishments. Students with food allergies are encouraged to contact the Dining Services manager at each location or our campus dietitian, Amy Connell, at 718.990.7984 for additional information and/or support.