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The North Park University Dining Services website is a third-party site provided by Aramark. It is not connected to our internal directory, therefore a two-step process to create an account AND then link that account to your NPU account and ID card is required. Below is a how-to process for getting set up within the system. For additional information, please see the FAQ page and/or contact Aramark.

Aramark / Campus Dish Account

Creating an Account

Open the website:
This is not a North Park website and will redirect you to a page controlled by Aramark.

In the menu bar across the top, click the "Login" link:


To create your account, click "Create Account."


Fill in the requested information. You may use your North Park email address, but use a new, different password.
Click the "I'm not a robot" button if required, and then "Create an Account"

Important to Remember

  • The accounts and passwords are separate; changing the Campus Dish password will not update your North Park University password or vice versa.
  • Passwords must contain at least 7 characters.
  • Passwords cannot contain a substring of your email address.
  • Passwords are case sensitive.
  • After this step, you still need to link your account to your NPU ID.

Linking Your Account to Your NPU ID

You should now be logged into the newly created account. Click the "My Account" link at the top/right of the page.


On the account page, click "Link 7-Digit NPU ID to my account"


Enter your full seven-digit North Park ID number, including leading zeroes.
Also enter your last name as printed on the ID card. Then click the "Link your 7-Digit NPU ID" button.

Click Save and you should see a message appear:

You can click "My Account" or "My OneCard" links in the top menu to get out of this screen.

You should see a screen that includes your account balance:


If you have further questions about the site or your balance, please refer to the site FAQ page and/or contact Aramark.



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