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* Dining Services will work with students who have special dietary needs to ensure a medically appropriate and nutritionally balanced diet.

Yes, I want to be a member of Chabad House. (4-year membership for $25. Please make separate check payable to CHSA)

Select Semester and Meal Plan*      Fall 2021                                  Spring 2022

Complete 255 Plan (Block of 255 Meals/Per Semester) $2500 / Per Semester
Traditional 225 Plan (Block of 225 Meals/Per Semester) $2390 / Per Semester
Flex 160 Plan (Block of 160 Meals/Per Semester) $2080 / Per Semester
Part-Time 80 Plan (Block of 80 Meals/Per Semester) $1150 / Per Semester

* All Shabbat/Holiday meals are free to students. A semester is approximately 16 weeks

Check here to switch from the RU Dining Plan to a Chabad House Kosher Dining Plan. Please note that you must pay for your Chabad House Kosher Dining Plan directly to Chabad House.

Note: Notification from Chabad House Jewish Student Center at Rutgers University confirming your PAID registration to the Complete 255 or the Traditional 225 meal plan, will exempt you from your Rutgers Freshman meal plan obligation. If you are already signed up at the Rutgers Dining Hall, simply fill out our Meal Plan Contract, submit your payment to Chabad House, and we will notify Rutgers of your preference. Rutgers Dining will then credit you according to their policy.

Fall 2021 Meal Plan Fees due by August 20, 2021.  Spring 2022 Meal Plan Fees due by January 7, 2022

Terms & Conditions: The Chabad House Meal Plan provides daily kosher meals when the university is in session. The program begins on the Sunday before the first week of classes and continues until the last day of final exams, for a total of thirty-two (32) weeks. Shabbat dinner on Friday nights and lunches on Saturday are served after services or as ‘Shabbat-to-go’ options. Chabad House serves Holiday (yom tov) meals and holds services for those Holidays (yom tovs) that fall during the academic calendar. Due to covid-19, these might be offer as ‘to-go’ options  and students might need to pre-register for either indoor dining or ‘to-go’ Shabbat and Jewish Holiday meals. A link will be sent via email and  students will receive weekly updates on these decisions as well as any changes to meal times. There are no meals served during Thanksgiving, Winter or Spring breaks. Meal plans may not be altered after the first week of the semester. Meal Plan fees cannot be prorated and are non-refundable if the students voluntarily chooses to cancel their plan after the first week. In the event of cancellation due to a COVID-19 outbreak,the meal plan payment will be credited (towards a future semester) or refunded at 75% of the prorated, per-diem amount. It is the student’s responsibility to use up the meals they signed up for within the semester and they will not be rolled over into the following semester.

Due to NJ Department of Health and CDC Covid-19 recommendations, all students and guests are strongly recommeded to wear proper face coverings (covering the nose and mouth) in all public areas, regardless of vaccination status,  of our building with the exception of when they’re sitting down eating/drinking. All students are required to wash their hands or use hand sanitizer upon entering our building and before touching food or servingware in the dining hall.  There are hand sanitizing stations and hand washing stations located in the dining hall. Dining hall tables, chairs or seating cannot be rearranged by students and must remain in place. Any student not following Covid-19 safety regulations will be asked to leave immediately. Students signed up for the Complete or Traditional Meal Plans, may use up to 10 of their meals each semester for guests. A “guest” student can only use this privilege up to 5 times per semester. They cannot be a “guest” for someone else afterwards. Chabad House Meal Plan students may bring guests to meals. All guests are subject to same rules as students enrolled in a  meal plan. The student guest fees are:  Breakfast – $9.00, Brunch or Lunch -$14.00, and Dinner -$20.00.  Non-student guest fees are: Breakfast - $11.00, Lunch - $16.00, Dinner - $21.00. There is no charge for Shabbat guests but pre-registration and pre-screening is required. The meal program is served buffet style. To reduce waste, we recommend students do not overfill their plates. You may not eat a meal and then pack up additional food to go. (Exception: if you are packing up to go for your next scheduled meal, then it is permissible and it will count as an additional meal. Please inform the service desk of your intention.) Under no circumstances may you pack up a meal for anyone else or serve food to anyone that has not paid, at any time. Take-out meals are available when arranged for in advance and ordered at the service desk. Portions are limited for takeout orders. If you have a hearty appetite, you are permitted to use up to two of your meals at one time, and receive an additional takeout portion. The meal program may revert from buffet to “to-go” meals in order to follow Covid-19 safety protocols. Please ask any questions at the service desk or email All students and guests are required to clear their table and deposit all plates, cups, utensils etc., in the proper location before leaving the dining hall. Outside food or drinks may not be brought into any area of the dining hall at any time. All Covid-19 guidelines will be reviewed periodically to follow the current CDC, RU Student Health and NJ Department of Health recommendations.

There shall be no soliciting or canvassing in the building whatsoever without written approval from the Director. Students may not post or leave flyers, pamphlets, etc., without the express permission of the Director. Students will be courteous and friendly to fellow students and dining hall personnel. In keeping with Rutgers policy, anyone exhibiting disruptive behavior will be required to leave the premises.  Any student asked to leave the premises will not be entitled to a refund. This dining agreement requires self-busing and we do not have a food deliver service. Please note that the Chabad House Parking Lot is unavailable for students on the meal plan. Bicycles are not allowed in the building and must be parked & locked in the bike rack in the parking lot.

I hereby accept from Chabad House at Rutgers University, located at 170 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, the above noted meal plan and all terms and conditions governing this agreement as stated above.

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