Eating on Campus? The College offers a variety of options! You can view them all here or individually:
Now, two ways to save time and get a free lunch besides!
1) Purchase the Community 10 Meal Plan! Here’s what’s included:
- 10 Lunches in the Zorn Dining Commons to use any time during the academic year ($90 value). Unused Meals will carry over from the fall to spring semester, but must be used by the end of the spring semester.
- 1 Bonus DC Meal to use for yourself or your guest in the Dining Commons at any meal during the semester ($6.70 to $13.90 value depending on the meal used). Unused bonus meals do not carry over, they must be used in the semester the plan is purchased.
- Speedy entry to the DC, just like the students. Swipe your card, confirm your identity in the hand reader, wait for the 2 fast beeps and enter. Please note: You must have your hand “enrolled” in the reader before the first time you use it.
The cost of the Community 10 Plan is $81. Two ways to purchase your Community 10 Plan
- ONLINE with Visa, MasterCard or e-check [links to https://www.events.unh.edu/RegistrationForm.pm?_event_id=25691 (need redirect?)
- IN PERSON with cash or check at the Student Accounts Office, Elliot, Room 102, 9am – 4pm, M-F.
2) Use your student ID card to pay for lunch at any location and get to the food faster! Using your ID card saves you a lot of time as you can hand your card to the cashier for a quick swipe to deduct the cost of your meal, rather than spending the time to pay with a credit card or cash.
It’s easy to add money to your card online:
- Go to the Owl Card Portal.
- Log in as a Guest with your KSC ID number.
- Use your Visa, MasterCard, or Discover card to add funds.
Cash and check deposits only are accepted at the Student Accounts Office (Elliot Center, Room 102).
Money added to your card never expires! The minimum deposit is $25, and for a $100 deposit you get two free passes to the Dining Commons, to be used during the semester they are issued.
Don’t have an Owl Card? Just wait for a "good hair day" and bring a copy of your schedule and your best smile into the ID Office in the lobby of the Dining Commons. They’ll create one while you wait.
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Office of Continuing Education and Extended Studies
Monday - Thursday, 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Elliot Hall, First Floor, Suite 144
Keene State College
229 Main Street
Keene, NH 03435-2605