All students living in housing, except third year residential students and above, are required to have a meal plan. All first year residential freshmen must opt for the 19 Meal Plan. (A freshman is defined as a student who has not earned college credit beyond high school graduation.) Second year residential students may select any of the offered residential plans' 19, 15, or 12 meals per week. Those residents in their third full year and above can choose any available plan or opt out of all plans.
In order to meet your campus dining needs, we have designed the following meal plans for the 2016-2017 academic year. If you need to purchase a meal plan, simply contact Sodexo at (740) 351-3617.
19 meals - $1817.00
19 Meals a week per semester plus $35.00 flex dollars. This plan is recommended for any resident or commuter who will be eating 3 meals a day on campus.
Required for residential freshman
15 meals - $1732.00
15 Meals a week per semester plus $35.00 flex dollars. This plan is recommended for residents who are Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors or commuters who will be eating 2 meals a day on campus.
12 meals - $1560.00
12 Meals a week per semester plus $35.00 flex dollars. This plan is recommended for residents who are Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors or commuters who will be eating 1-2 meals a day on campus.
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50 meals - $384.40
50 Meals - This plan is recommended for commuter students who will be eating on campus 3 or more times per week.
20 meals - $156.78
20 Meals - This plan is recommended for commuter students who will be eating on campus 2 or more times per week.
10 meals - $84.57
10 Meals - This plan is recommended for commuter students who will be eating on campus occasionally during the semester.
(Any meals remaining on block commuter meal plans will carry over from Fall Semester to Spring Semester. All Meals must be used by graduation of the academic year they are purchased.)
Campus Dining Services Meal Plan entitles you to the purchasing power equivalent to the plan you have selected. Here is how it works: Bring you campus ID with you to the cafeteria. Your campus Id is not only your campus identification but it is your access into the cafeteria. The cashier will run your card (something like a credit card). For every time you have your card scanned it will deduct one meal. If you are afraid you are getting low of meals just ask the cashier. They will be happy to look it up for you.
Lost or stolen Meal Cards can be replaced in the University Center at the Student Business Center. Visit the Bear Card website. They will give you a new card for a small fee.
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!
Contact email@example.com or (740) 351-3617.
Do You Have Special Dietary Needs?
Please let us know! Our Campus Dining Services Program can accommodate your special dietary requirements. For more information, please contact Rachel Steele, General Manager at (740) 351-3617 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.