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Panhellenic Council
The University of Mississippi

We are currently updating this information in preparation for the 2024 primary recruitment cycle. Check back regularly for this update. Until then, please use our resource from last year’s recruitment.

Greek Meal Plans 2023-2024

Dear Potential New Members,

All freshmen assessed for university housing are required to purchase a university semester meal plan BOTH Fall and Spring Semesters of their freshman year, regardless of Greek affiliation. Sorority/fraternity houses may offer their own meal plans, which are not to be confused with the required university meal plans. University meal plans and sorority/fraternity house meal plans can complement each other and allow you to eat on campus, as well as with your organization. The university does not govern or influence sorority/fraternity house meal plans, and all financial arrangements are made between the student and the organization and are separate from the university.

Each student participating in Panhellenic recruitment are required to purchase the Move In Week plan in the Fall Semester. The Move In Week plan begins at least one week before the semester meal plans, and any unused meals remain accessible through the end of semester final exams. Although it is required in the Fall Semester for students participating in Panhellenic recruitment, it is available for any student to choose. The Move In Week plan is not required for fraternity (IFC) potential new members. Move In Week meals are not automatically reassessed in the Spring Semester.

Students invited to join a housed sorority or fraternity (which requires dues that include meal service) have an opportunity to change their university meal plan to the Going Greek Meal Plan in the Fall Semester and the Spring Semester, based on proof and date of bid acceptance. The Going Greek Meal Plan supplements meals that may be provided at the sorority/fraternity house. If chapter membership is suspended by either the student or the organization, then the university Going Greek Meal Plan will automatically revert to the previous meal plan election, with adjustments made to the student’s ID settings and Bursar account. Students are not required to change their university meal plan to the Going Greek Meal Plan; it is simply an option. To view all freshmen meal plan options, visit Freshmen Resident Meal Plans.

If a meal plan is required based on housing assignment, and a meal plan is not selected, the Rebel Unlimited Plus One meal plan will be automatically assessed. The Residential College Unlimited Plus One meal plan is required for all residents of the Residential College and is automatically assessed for students assigned to Residential College Housing. The Going Greek meal plan will not satisfy this requirement and is not an option to those assessed for a room in the Residential College, including LuckyDay Residential College (LDRC) and Residential College South (RCS).

If selecting a meal plan after semester fees and meal plan assessment, it is considered a meal plan change and must be submitted by meal plan change request form online through to be considered. Once fees are assessed, the first change is completed at no charge. $25 is assessed for additional changes. Adjustments for usage from the previous meal plan will be made to the new meal plan, Flex, or Ole Miss Express, after the change is completed. If meals or funds are not available for adjustment, the Bursar account will be billed for previous meal plan usage, in addition to the new meal plan.

Fall 2022 Meal Plan Change Deadline: 9/6/22    Spring 2023 Meal Plan Change Deadline: 2/6/23

To select or change a meal plan, visit Ole Miss Dining.

(Required) Flex Dollars           (Optional) Ole Miss Express   

Billing requests submitted to the ID Center in writing, or by request form at, to bill Ole Miss Express, or additional or unrequired Flex, to a student’s Bursar account are granted only through the first two weeks of the semester, or upon approval through the Office of Financial Aid. After the first two weeks of the semester, financial aid deferment requests (available beginning the first day of classes) must go through the electronic financial aid voucher process, via the MyOleMiss student portal, under the heading, “Ole Miss Express Voucher Request.” Approved vouchers submitted before 3pm should be available by noon the following business day. Once approved by Financial Aid, the student will receive an email from Financial Aid notifying them if the request is approved or denied. Limits will apply.

If you have yet to order your first ID: Order Your Student ID

All students are encouraged to use GET app to manage their ID accounts:

What can I do with GET?

Go online to:

  • *Deposit money to your Flex & Express
  • Report your ID as lost/found
  • View your transaction history
  • View your current balance
  • Mobile ordering

How do I create an account with GET?

• GET uses your same WebID/Password that you use for other University services. Just visit to log in! *NOTE: There is a $2.50 fee added per deposit. (e.g., If you deposit $20.00, $22.50 will be charged to your method of payment.)


To view all university policies on meal plans, Flex Dollars, Ole Miss Express, or ID accounts, please visit policies.

For any questions, please contact the ID Center by email at, by phone (662)915-7423, or visit the ID Center website, or Ole Miss Dining website.