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How does the Meal Plan work?
All meal plans are comprised of three components:
Unlimited Access Meal Plans do not restrict the student to a set number of meals per week. With an Unlimited Access Meal Plan students can enter the dining hall as often as they like.
The 14 or 17 Meal Plan offers 14 or 17 meals per week. If you do not use all of your meals within any given week they do not carry over to the next week. At the beginning of a new week you will receive a fresh balance of either 14 or 17 meals depending on your plan.
2.) Special Food Account
If you have an unused Special Food Account balance at the conclusion of the Fall semester, it will carry over to the Spring semester. Provided you enroll in the same meal plan during the Spring semester. However any unused SFA at the end of the Spring semester is forfeited.
3.) Guest Meals
If I do not live in a Residence Hall, is there a meal plan available to me?
If you live in the St Miguel townhouses, Teresa Court or La Salle apartments, or if you commute or live in a nearby off-campus house you can purchase any of the meal plans we offer.
We have specifically designed certain meal plans to meet the needs of those students that may only desire to eat in the dining halls on an occasional basis. In addition to any of the required meal plans we offer we also have optional meal plans.
Can I change my meal plan?
request to change your meal plan before the start of any
semester at no charge. Once the semester begins, students may request a
change in their meal plan provided that the request is submitted within
the first two weeks of that semester. Meal Plan change requests will not
be honored after the first two weeks of each semester. When making a meal
plan change you will be issued the pro-rated difference between plans in
the form of a credit to your account or a refund check mailed to your home
address. The first meal plan change requested by first semester freshmen
is free. Requests by upper class students or second semester students will
be processed with a $25 administrative fee.