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Meal Plans

With various dining options, students can pick the meal plan that best suits their needs. Meal plans can include weekly meal swipes that work at the cafeteria and points, or just points. Points are dining cash that can be used at the market, or at either dining venue tax-free. Points must be used within the fall and spring semester, as they do not transfer to the following year and are non-refundable.

All students living in on-campus housing are required to have a meal plan. Meal plan choices vary due to assigned accommodations. Students in Banning Hall, Draper Hall, Methodist Hall, and Walker Hall are required to have a residential plan, and students residing in Cokesbury have the option of a residential plan or a convenience apartment plan.

Meal Plan rates can be found here.

Residential Plans

Meal Plan LetterMeals per WeekPoints

A

19

300

B

17

325

C

14

350

L

10

450

Apartment Plans

Meal Plan LetterMeals Per WeekPoints

M

Apartment

1000

D

Apartment

525

E

Apartment

400