Commuter Meal Plan
- Two levels to choose from
- Charge it to your Bursar account
- 10 percent discount on prepared items at Food Services locations
- Accessed conveniently with your Penn State id+ Card
- Available for fall and spring semesters
The Commuter Meal Plan provides an option for off-campus students to enjoy the wide variety of food and beverage choices on campus. Only off-campus students enrolled for the upcoming semester are eligible for the plan.
Students living on campus are required to purchase the Campus Meal Plan.
The Commuter Meal Plan can be purchased at the eLiving website and charged directly to your Bursar account. Only students who have at least one class scheduled are eligible to purchase the Commuter Meal Plan. Fall plans can be purchased until September 30; spring plans can be purchased until February 28.
Missed a deadline?
LionCash+ shares the same benefits as the Commuter Meal Plan and can be paid for online using a Visa or MasterCard debit/credit card. It is accepted at both on- and off-campus locations. Learn more about other benefits and where LionCash+ is accepted at the LionCash+ website.
Choose between two fund levels for the semester. Once you purchase a level and are a registered student for the upcoming semester, the full amount will be deposited into your account.
Level One - $500
Level Two - $1,000
- Leftover funds carry over from fall to spring semester. Leftover funds after the spring semester are forfeited.
Running low on funds?
Food Services registers will automatically use funds from your activated LionCash+ account at the same discounted rate.
Manage your Commuter Meal Plan by visiting the Penn State id+ Card website. Once signed in, you can monitor your account balance and review transaction history.
With the Commuter Meal Plan, you'll enjoy a 10 percent discount at the all-you-care-to-eat dining commons, as well as a 10 percent discount on prepared items at Food Services locations.
The Commuter Meal Plan is accepted at Food Services locations at Altoona, Beaver, Berks, Behrend, Brandywine, Greater Allegheny, Harrisburg, Hazleton, Mont Alto, Schuylkill, University Park, Wilkes-Barre, and Worthington/Scranton.
If your id+ card has been lost or stolen, deactivate it immediately at the id+ Card website or by calling 814-865-7590. Get your new card at the current replacement fee at the Housing and Food Services Office during normal business hours.