Meal Plan Choices

All students living in College residence halls (except for Townhouses, and Pine Lake) are required to contract for meals at The Commons.

Several meal plan options are offered.


The Carte Blanche Plan (Unlimited Meal Plan & $50 in Declining Balance per semester):

The Carte Blanche Plan is the ultimate in dining, designed for those who desire maximum value from their meal plan. The Carte Blanche plan allows you to take full advantage of the continuous service available in The Commons. You may eat as many times as you want in the Commons with $50 to be used in Table Rock Café.

Available to all students.
$5,455 per year ($2,727.50 per semester).


The Grande Plan (Any 14 meals per week & $100 in Declining Balance per semester):

If you have a moderate appetite and enjoy the flexibility of snacking in Table Rock Café, this is the plan for you.

Available to all students.
$5,235 per year ($2,617.50 per semester).


The Simple Plan (Any 10 meals per week & $150 in Declining Balance per semester):

For those with a lighter appetite, eating 7 to 10 meals per week with frequent visits to Table Rock Café.

Available to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
$5,160 per year ($2,580 per semester)


The Busy Scholar (Any 150 meals per semester & $250 in Declining Balance per semester):

This plan is designed for those who eat moderately and enjoy after-hours dining.

Available to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
$5,050 per year ($2,525 per semester)


The Senior Supplement (Any 75 meals per semester & $250 in Declining Balance per semester):

This plan is designed for seniors who eat some of their meals off campus, but enjoy the convenience of campus dining.

Available to seniors only.
$2,855 per year ($1,427.50 per semester)


The Commuter Meal Deal (Any 50 meals per semester & $300 in Declining Balance per semester):

This plan is designed to give the commuter student needed flexibility in their dining options.

Available to all Off Campus, Townhouse, and Pine Lake Residents only.
$1,945 per year ($972.50 per semester)

 

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