With over 20 campus locations, RIT Dining provides options to meet a variety of dining experiences: full-service dining halls for sit-down meals; quick service locations for grab-and-go; coffee shops with baked goods; full service concessions at entertainment venues; and markets and convenience stores for snacks, produce, everyday foods, and more. Meal plans offer flexibility so that students can utilize all of these options under one plan.
While choosing a plan, talk with your student about how frequently they plan to eat on campus. RIT Dining has meal plans to fit every budget and appetite. Plans range from high Dining Dollar meal plans, best for hungry eaters, to plans for Commuters that provide a daily snack while on campus.
RIT's food service program administers several cafeteria dining options around campus and can accommodate many different dietary requirements such as vegetarian, Halal and Kosher.
Visit RIT Dining to learn about dining options, restaurants on campus, and all other dining information, including:
RIT Dining meal plans are designed to meet students’ diverse dining needs and eating preferences. RIT Dining has created plans specific to first year students, upperclass students, commuters, and students living in the RIT Inn and Greek Circle. Meal plans are comprised of Dining Dollars and are not taxed.
Tiger Bucks is a convenient debit account accessed through your student’s RIT ID card that is accepted at over 50 on- and off-campus locations.
Allergen and Nutrition Information
NetNutrition provides information on allergens and dietary restrictions, as well as nutritional information for campus restaurants.
View hours, location, and menus for all campus dining locations.
Off campus grocery stores
Considered the best grocery store in the region, Wegman's offers a wide selection of foods, personal care and household items.
Walmart is the largest discount retailer in the U.S. You can find almost anything you want in here, and prices are generally low compared to other stores.
Target, like Walmart, is a discount retail store. You can find all types of items of slightly better quality and design from what you would find at Walmart.
The meat department carries an extensive variety of fresh and frozen cuts including standard items such as ribs, pork belly, fresh whole chickens ,and duck available daily. Specialties include typical Asian delicacies such as chicken feet and pork blood. Subject to availability, they also carry innards such as tripe, livers, kidneys, and tongues. You also can find the live seafood acquired daily from the ocean, Asian style bread, and bubble tea. If you do not want to cook today, you can just buy prepared food, such as roast pork, duck and chicken.
This stores carries mostly products from India and ingredients for Indian food. Prices are very reasonable.
International Food Market is a Turkish grocery store in Jefferson Plaza. They carry a variety of meats, cheeses, frozen foods, spices, dry goods and sweets from Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Northern Africa, and the Indian subcontinent. This is a good place to find halal products.
International food market carries food brands from countries such Armenia, Bosnia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Germany, India, Middle East, Pakistan, Portugal, Russia and Serbia.
The Rochester Public Market is one of the cheapest places to shop in Rochester. Produce is generally very high quality and at very low prices. The market takes place on Saturday mornings. During certain dates, RIT offers transportation to students to and from the public market.