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On behalf of the entire Dining Services Team, we would like to thank you for participating in our on-campus dining program. We are excited to introduce you to this year’s repertoire of delicious and crowd-pleasing meal options. These meals include a contemporary selection of many of your favorite foods along with some of our own tasty specialties. This dining guide is designed to act as a quick reference for all of our dining services, so keep it handy throughout the year and enjoy what we have to offer. We look forward to serving you this year.
Dining Dollars can be added in increments of $50 at any time through the Bursars Office, located in Maxcy Hall. This option is great for commuters!
**All freshmen residents are required to purchase one of the Charger Unlimited meal plans. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors living in on-campus housing are required to purchase the Charger Flex 100, Charger Flex 150, or either one of the Charger Unlimited Plans. The Charger Flex 100 Plan is only available to students living in apartment style housing with full or partial kitchen.
In addition to the board meals at The Marketplace, Meal Plan Equivalence is available at three of our dining locations. Students can choose any items or select “combo” meals on the menu up to a value of $5.80. This meal then counts as one of the board meals for the week. If the meal exceeds $5.80, the remaining balance will be deducted from the dining dollars portion of the meal plan. Students are asked to inform their server whether they would like to use their dining dollars when placing their order. Meal plan equivalence is available during regular board meal dinner service at Sandella’s and WoW Cafe. Dinner equivalence is from 4:30pm to 7:30pm during the week and 4:30pm to 6:30pm on the weekends. Breakfast equivalence is only available at Sandella’s Monday through Friday from 10:00am to 11:00am.
Campus Meal Plans for 2016-2017
Information regarding 2016 – 2017 meal plans will be posted here by May 15, 2016. Please check back at that time for detailed information on your choices for next year.
Campus Meal Plans for 2015-2016
Unlimited access to board meals, plus $200 dining dollars. This plan will allow you to swipe your card 19 times per week for breakfast, lunch(FöD-Food on Demand ONLY) and dinner Monday through Friday and brunch and dinner on the weekends at FöD (Food on Demand) or The Marketplace. Lunch at the Marketplace is a la carte and you will be charged an a la carte rate. The new Residence Hall offer a Food on Demand concept that will feature a menu with a variety of options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, a full service beverage station, a soup and salad station, a dessert station, and a late night option available to all students. This late night option will be dining dollars, cash, or credit card only.
Flex 100 & Flex 150 Meal Plans
Both meal plans allow flexibility for you to use your board meals when it is most convenient. Each time you eat breakfast, brunch, or dinner one meal will be deducted from your total meals throughout the semester.
Having Trouble Selecting a Meal Plan?
Try considering your daily routine. Do you eat three meals a day? Will your class schedule, studying, co-curricular activities, and social events interfere with dining? Will you miss dinner due to employment or evening classes? Anticipating the answers to these and similar questions will help you select a meal plan that best fits your lifestyle.
To Sign Up for or Change a Meal Plan:
If you need to purchase a meal plan, or would like to make changes to the plan you have already selected, simply contact the Office of Residential Life located in Bixler Hall, at 203-932-7076. Students may request a change to their meal plans during the first two weeks of the semester.
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REMINDER: All meal plans are non-transferable and only the individual to whom a meal card has been issued may use the card. No purchases are permitted without the card. Please be sure to have your meal cards present for dining on campus.
Lost or Stolen Meal Cards
Your meal card is valuable property. Please treat it like MONEY. If your card is lost or stolen, IMMEDIATELY report it by calling 1-800-DIAL-UNH X7061. To get a repacement card, please visit the Bursar's Office, located in Maxcy Hall, for the replacement fee and the Campus Bookstore for the new card.
One of our main goals is to provide a pleasant, clean, comfortable and satisfying dining experience. In order to meet this goal, we ask for your assistance with the following procedures:
- Please bus your tray and disposables from your table when you have finished dining.
- Please refrain from taking food, dishes or utensils from the dining area. We have take-out containers and plastic ware if you leave the dining hall.
- Take Out Container Policy
- Remember that Meal Cards are non-transferable. Meal cards cannot be used by anyone but the purchaser.
Casual Meal Rates
If you are not on a meal plan and would like to dine at the Marketplace during board meals, the following cash prices apply. These prices reflect the all you care to eat option during these meals.
- Breakfast: $6.50
- Brunch: $9.50
- Dinner: $10.40