Resident Meal Plans
In order to meet your campus dining needs, we have designed the following meal plans for the spring of the 2015 academic year.
We have a variety of exciting meal plan options. All plans include Dining Dollars that can be used in the Raven's Nest.
- First year students must be enrolled in the All Access Plan.
- Second year students may choose from the top two plans.
- Third year students may choose from the top three meal plans.
- Seniors and students living in residence halls with kitchens may choose from any meal plan.
|Plan A||All Access||$150||$2,510|
|Plan B||15 Meals per week||$100||$2,280|
|Plan C||Block of 100 meals||$200||$1,240|
|Plan D||5 Meals per week||$200||$600|
What is All Access?
All Access means, just as it sounds, you have no limit to the number of times that you can come into the cafeteria. Come for a coffee before class, come back after class for breakfast, and stop in between meals for an ice cream… no problem!
Why do I need Dining Dollars if I have an All Access plan?
Dining Dollars are like a debit account right on your ID Card. Your All Access plan will allow you to eat as much as you want in the cafeteria but we understand that you might get hungry after 7pm or want a beverage or snacks for your room. This is where your Dining Dollars come in handy! You can use your Dining Dollars late night in the Raven's Nest to purchase food and beverages! Dining Dollars are part of your meal plan, they can be carried from fall to spring semester as long as you remain on a meal plan but they do not carry year to year. They spend just like cash!
With your All Access plan, you get 2 guest passes each semester. These are stored right on your ID card. If you have additional guests than you can use your Dining Dollars, Raven Dollars, or cash to purchase meals for them. The Marketplace Cafeteria is open for continuous dining, seven days a week during the academic year.
For more information on meal plans and adding Dining Dollars, please contact Student Financial Services at 1 (877) 372-7347.
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Do you have particular dietary needs? Please let us know. Our campus dining services program can accommodate your special dietary requirements. For more information, please contact Charlie Salmond, Executive Chef.
You never have to be too shy to ask for seconds with our Campus Dining Program. Our generous policy allows for a second helping of many menu favorites. All you have to do is ask!
One of our main goals is to provide a pleasant, clean, comfortable and satisfying dining experience. In order to meet this goal, we ask for your assistance with the following procedures:
- Please bus your dishes and disposables from your table when you have finished dining
- Please refrain from taking food, dishes or utensils from the dining area.
- Remember that meal cards are non-transferable. Meal cards cannot be used by anyone but the purchaser.