Meal Plan Choices

The Commons

Meal Plan Choices

Hartwick College offers meal plan options designed to meet the individual needs of our students. In addition to convenient pre-paid meals, plans also include a declining balance credit that can be used like cash at any of our campus dining locations. Most plans include guest passes so that you can treat a friend or family member to a meal at our all-you-can-eat campus dining hall, The Commons.

 

Meal Plan Declining Balance Dollars

Meal plan declining balance dollars can be accessed through the Hartwick student ID, called the WICKit Card, and can be used at any on campus dining location. Find out more about the WICKit Card here.

Guest Meal Passes

Guest passes allow students to invite a friend or family member to join them at Hartwick College’s all-you-can-eat dining location, The Commons.

Do you have a special dietary need?

The Commons offers customized diets for all those who have medically-supervised dietary needs—everything from a complete individual menu to minor accommodations to our current menu cycle. The Commons will also provide food supplies for students to keep in their rooms if medically necessary.

 

2017-18 Student Meal Plans

The Resident Unlimited

Unlimited Meals

Cost: $2,912.50 per Semester ($5,825.00 Annually)
Declining Balance: $200 per Semester
Guest Meal Passes: 4 per Semester

The Resident Unlimited offers unlimited access to Hartwick’s all-you-can-eat dining hall, The Commons. Students on this plan are welcome to take full advantage of the continuous service available in The Commons; whether it’s stopping in for a quick drink, a snack, or a full three course meal.

Students on The Resident Unlimited also receive a $200 declining balance to be used at any on campus dining location, and 4 guest passes per semester to bring a friend to dine with you at The Commons. 

The Resident Retail

14 Meals per Week

Cost: $2,912.50 per Semester ($5,825.00 Annually)
Declining Balance: $400 per Semester
Guest Meal Passes: 4 per Semester

The Resident Retail allows students to enjoy the continuous service of The Commons up to 14 times per week. 

Students on The Resident Retail also receive a $400 declining balance to be used at any on campus dining location, and 4 guest passes per semester to bring a friend to dine with you in The Commons. 

The Resident Independent Living

50 Meals per Semester

Cost: $773.50 per Semester ($1,545.00 Annually)
Declining Balance: $300 per Semester
Guest Meal Passes: 4 per Semester

The Resident Independent Living provides students living in campus Apartments, Townhouses or at Hartwick’s Pine Lake Environmental Campus with 50 pre-paid meals per semester at The Commons. Students living in this housing may also choose to “buy-up” to a more robust plan such as the Residential Unlimited, Residential Retail, or the Off-Campus Student plans.

Students on The Resident Independent Living also receive a $300 declining balance to be used at any on campus dining location, and 4 guest passes per semester to bring a friend to dine with you in The Commons. 

The Off-Campus Student

5 Meals per Week

Cost: $1,190.00 per Semester ($2,380.00 Annually)
Declining Balance: $300 per Semester

The Off-Campus Student is designed to give off-campus students needed flexibility in their dining options which enable them to be fully engaged in their academic and student experience. The Off-Campus Student provides 5 pre-paid meals per week at The Commons, and a $300 declining balance to be used at any on campus dining location.

Please Note Our Meal Plan Requirements

  • All first year students are required to enroll in the Resident Unlimited.
  • Sophomore, Junior and Senior students are required to select either the Resident Unlimited, or the Resident Retail plan; unless you live in an on campus Apartment, Townhouse, or in Pine Lake housing.
  • Students living in campus Apartments, Townhouse, or Pine Lake housing are required to select the Resident Independent Living, but may optionally “buy-up” to the Resident Unlimited Plan, Resident Retail or the Off-Campus plan.
  • Students living in off-campus housing are not eligible for the Resident Independent Living but are welcome to enroll in any other meal plan.
  • Students living in off-campus housing are not required to have a meal plan.
  • Any unused meals at the end of the semester are non-transferable and non-refundable.

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