Campus Dining Services has 13 dining locations, 13 retail locations and three convenience stores. Here’s how they will meet your needs.

All-you-can-eat locations

Just like the name implies, Rollins, Plaza 900 or The Mark on 5th Street are dining halls with all-you-can-eat buffets. For one swipe, you have access to a ton of different options. Some locations, like Rollins, offer carry-out so you can take your food with you.

À la carte options

Many of the dining locations on campus allow you to pick exactly what food you want and pay only for that, similar to a restaurant. Southwest, Baja Grill and Sabai let you do exactly that. Rollins and The Mark on 5th Street also transform into à la carte locations after dinner.

Retail locations

Some places on campus don’t work quite the same as the dining halls mentioned above. The cafes in the library, journalism school, life sciences center and engineering don’t accept the block meal plans, which is generally the meal plan you have if you live in a dorm.

The same goes for the two Starbucks on campus and the food locations in the Student Center and Memorial Union. In order to eat at these locations, you need to have Tiger Cash, which works like a debit card; Tiger Plan, the off-campus student meal plan; or pay out-of-pocket.

Dietary needs

If you have food allergies, restrictions or practices that limit your food options, Campus Dining Services can help. On Campus Dining’s website, you can request a consultation with the department dietitian, or you can access Zoutrition, MU’s nutritional resource. Zoutrition can show you nutritional facts for meals in each of the dining halls and help you find vegan and vegetarian options, as well as filtering out allergens. Zoutrition can be accessed through Campus Dining’s website,, or the GoMizzou mobile app.

How to get food when you’re sick

Getting up to get food when you’re sick can be hard, Campus Dining Services offers “Get Well Soon” meals as a part of your dining plan to solve this very issue. A staff member such as your RA or hall coordinator in your dorm can provide you with a form to fill out to request meals. A friend, roommate or staff member just has to bring the completed form and your student ID to the nearest residential dining location to pick up pre-packaged meals for you.


  • 1+5+3 Salads and Soups
  • 1839 Kitchen
  • Baja Grill
  • Bookmark Café
  • Campus Dining Services Office
  • Catalyst Café
  • Do Mundo’s
  • Emporium Café
  • infusion
  • j café
  • Kate & Emma’s
  • Legacy Grill
  • Mizzou Market — Central
  • Mizzou Market — Hitt Street
  • Mizzou Market — Southwest
  • Mort’s
  • Olive & Oil
  • Plaza 900
  • pomodoro
  • Potential Energy Café
  • Rollins @Night
  • Rollins Dining
  • Sabai
  • Starbucks — Memorial Union
  • Starbucks — Southwest
  • Sunshine Sushi
  • The MARK on 5th Street
  • Tiger Avenue Deli
  • Truffles
  • Wheatstone Bistro
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