2013-2014 Academic Year:
Plan 1: Any 21 meals in a week — $6,060 per year
This plan permits access to all 21 meals per week in any open dining venue and 10 free guest meals each semester.
Plan 2: Any 14 meals in a week — $5,660 per year
This is essentially a “no breakfast” plan. It allows access to any 14 meals per week the owner chooses and 6 free guest meals each semester. The system will keep you advised about the number of meals remaining on the plan for the week. Holders of this meal plan may purchase additional meals for cash or points.
Plan 3: Any 10 meals in a week — $4,630 per year
This plan allows the use of the ID card at any 10 meals per week the owner chooses. The system will keep you advised about the number of meals remaining on the plan for the week. Holders of this meal plan may purchase additional meals for cash or points.
Plan 4: Any 5 meals in a week — $2,448 per year
This plan allows seniors and co-op students access to any 5 meals per week that the owner chooses. Holders of this meal plan may purchase additional meals for cash or points.
Plan 5: A Block of 50 meals — $743
This option is for off campus, or co-op students only, to accommodate their need for meals while on campus.
EPH Dollars is a prepaid cash account that allows you to use your ID card to buy food in Lee Snack Bar, the ’82 Grill, Whitmans’, Eco-Café, Grab ‘n Go, or can be used to purchase extra meals in the dining halls for you or your guests. It is an alternative to carrying cash. You may either pay cash or charge EPH Dollars to your account in the Dining Services Office Mon. – Fri. from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. in Droppers House or by adding points through the students on-line PeopleSoft account. EPH Dollars carry over through your senior year, but are non-refundable.
Credit cards/Debit cards (VISA/Mastercard) are an alternative method of payment for meals at Whitmans’, ’82 Grill, Lee Snack Bar, Eco-Café, Driscoll, and Mission.
Meal Plan Changes
You must present your ID Card to enter a dining hall, use the points or the cash equivalency systems, or to change your meal plan. Remember that all resident students must participate in the 21-, 14-, or 10- meal board plan. All First-Year students will be assigned the Full Board Plan and must remain on the Full Board Plan for the duration of their first year. Those who wish to change their plan may do so on-line during the first semester between September 9th and 13th. and during the second semester between February 10th through the 14th. If you have any questions about any of the Board Plans, please feel free to contact email@example.com
Your ID card not only identifies you, but its use is recorded in the central processing unit so you may enter a dining hall. Students are reminded that a valid college ID is required in order to dine at our venues. In the instance a student does not have their card, a $3.00 processing fee will be accessed.
If you lose your card, you must report it immediately to Campus Safety & Security (CSS) so that your card can be deactivated. You are responsible for the unauthorized use of your lost or stolen card until you report its loss. CSS will replace lost or stolen cards and assess a charge of $10. If you lose your card over a weekend, and it is replaced by CSS, and you have it validated in the Dining Services Office on the following Monday before dinner, you will only be assessed a $3.00 processing fee.
House Entry Dinners and Cookouts
House Entry dinners will be available by pre-arrangement with a Dining Services Manager, once each semester. You may choose from one of our special dinner menus.
In addition to the Entry dinners, there will be early fall and late spring cookouts (4 working days advance notice). Your Housing Coordinator or entry Junior Advisor must make arrangements for these at the Dining Services Office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday at Droppers House.
We make every effort to accommodate medical and religious dietary needs. Students are encouraged to set up a meeting with the Executive Chef as soon as they begin dining with us. We offer packaged Kosher and Halaal options and observe cultural holidays centered around food in our dining halls. Information on Special Meals.