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Student Meal Plans

Beginning with the 2013-2014 academic year, the college offered students 2 new additional meal plan options from which to choose. Students can now select from one of the following:

Meal Plan 21 - Students will receive 21 meals per week in the cafeteria, with take-out options available in the Kava House and Reuben's.

Meal Plan 19 - Students will receive 19 meals per week in the cafeteria, with take-out options available in the Kava House and Reuben's. In addition students will receive $100 per semester in Dining Dollars that can be used in the Kava House or Reuben's toward any menu item at any time.

Meal Plan 17 - Students will receive 17 meals per week in the cafeteria, with take-out options available in the Kava House and Reuben's. In addition students will receive $200 per semester in Dining Dollars that can be used in the Kava House or Reuben's toward any menu item at any time.

There are a few policies regarding these changes that you need to be aware of:

  • Students will be required to show their student ID for every meal, with no exceptions. No ID=No meal.
  • Your meal allotment will reset on Friday evening after dinner. Unused meals will not roll over to the next week.
  • Dining Dollars are not the same as Major Bucks. Dining Dollars can only be used in food service locations and can only be used for food.
  • If you choose an option that includes Dining Dollars be aware that unused Dining Dollars do not roll over to the next semester.
  • Once you have used your allotment of Dining Dollars for the term, you may choose to add money to your Major Bucks account for use in food service locations.

All students residing in campus residential facilities are required to be on the meal plan and should choose from one of the aforementioned options. Once your selection has been submitted, changes will not be considered until the end of the fall term. The Office of Residence Life will notify students when changes for the spring semester may be submitted and the process they should adhere to when making requests.