The Grubhub food ordering app will be available for students, faculty and staff to pre-order meals at on-campus dining locations with the exception of Dunkin’, which has its own app. Grubhub is loaded with students’ meal plan details, and students can spend their Falcon Funds and discretionary funds on campus using the Grubhub app. It allows students to place a pre-order in whichever dining location they choose, so the food is made to order and ready for pick-up when they arrive, avoiding wait times and lines. No tipping will be required when Grubhub is used. Read these instructions to download the Grubhub app.
Using the Grubhub app will allow diners to customize their meal orders and enjoy a quick and easy ordering experience. Customized orders must be placed through Grubhub at the following locations:
  • Einstein Bros. Bagels
  • Currito
  • Starbucks Express 
  • Harry's
  • The Lower Cafe (Hissho Sushi and Simply to Go will have limited grab and go options)
  • Use a VPN to gain access and download.  
  • Set up a second Apple Account to download the app
  • Update location services in the iTunes Store.  In order to do this all subscriptions need to cancelled and balances need to spent.   
Food at the 921 and other on-campus locations will be served in disposable recyclable or compostable containers, and students, faculty and staff will be able to sit in most dining locations. 
To promote distancing, the dining locations will have fewer seats, and seating may be created in other locations throughout campus to accommodate overflow. Bentley dining locations comply with guidance from the state of Massachusetts that requires at least 6 feet between tables and no more than six people at a table. Dining locations will look different with directional arrows and floor markings reinforcing distancing. Touchless entry will be added to the 921 and Google Pay and Apple Pay have been added across campus. 
All employees of Sodexo, our food service provider, are required to follow the company's COVID-19 safety measures, which include wearing face coverings and self-monitoring for symptoms.
Most to-go containers on campus will be compostable, with the rest recyclable. 
The 921 
Bentley's main dining hall, the 921, has been reconfigured to reduce on-site seating and provide meals in to-go containers. Updated safety measures include: 
  • Self-swipe entrance
  • Contactless payment options 
  • Reduced dine-in seating capacity
  • Plexiglass barriers installed 
  • Expanded outdoor seating options
  • Replacement of self-service, unattended buffets, topping bars, drink stations and other communal serving areas
  • Prepackaged silverware and condiments
  • Information and communication board at entrance for updates
You can preview the menu on the Grubhub app and our website. Click here for hour of operations and click here for the 921 daily menu.
Dining ambassadors (wearing blue aprons), cashier or any manager will be more than happy to assist you.

Yes. For those with food allergies and intolerance we have two areas in The 921 available to you. Simple Servings is our station in The 921 that is free of 7 of the Top 8 FDA recognized food allergens. We also have a My Zone pantry, a gluten, tree nut and peanut free secured area. For those with religious dietary needs we have a Kosher Corner. Meals come pre-packaged from Brandeis University and are stored in their own refrigerator. To gain access to My Zone and Kosher Corner please talk to one of our managers for more information. If you are still having trouble dining on campus, Michelle Switach, MS, RD is available upon request to meet with you individually. To schedule an appointment with Michelle, please contact her. 

Sing into the Housing Student Self-Service and select the Meal Plan tab at the top of your screen. Click Select/Change My Plan make sure that Select Term reads the correct trimester and click Submit. If you are in a meal plan mandatory area, then you can change your meal plan to an approved option. If you're in a non-meal plan mandatory area, then you can add, change or drop your plan.

Your Meal Plan (meal swipes and Discretionary Dollars) are valid for the current semester. Meal Plans cannot be used during Thanksgiving, Semester and Spring breaks.

If you find that your Meal Plan doesn't suit your dining needs on campus you are able to upgrade your plan at any point in time during the trimester. Should you choose to lower your meal plan you have 2 weeks after the start of the trimester. Any changes made after these dates must be completed in person at the Residential Center. 

Discretionary Dollars are included with the purchase of your Meal Plan. They may only be used to purchase food at any of our dining locations on campus. Falcon Funds are monies that you personally add to your Falcon Fund account. They can be used on campus like a debit card. Falcon Funds are accepted at all dining locations, the bookstore, and student information desk.

Students: Login to Workday, click Academics, select Falcon Funds in Quick Links. From there you can add funds and edit your account. 

To make a Falcon Funds deposit by mail, send a check made payable to Bentley University and including a Bentley ID number to:

Bentley University Card Office (Falcon Funds)
POL 109
175 Forest Street
Waltham, MA 02452
Meal Trades will be used to purchase (1) entree, (1) side and (1) drink designated at all retail locations except Einstein Bros. Bagels and Starbucks Express. Meal Trades are per week. Please note, the use of a Meal Trade subtracts from your block plan (1 Meal Trade = 1 Block).
Block Plans provide a specific number of meals to use each trimester at the 921 Dining Hall or through Meal Trades, if applicable. Unused meals do not roll over and are forfeited at the end of the trimester.