Meal Plan Information

Meal Plan Change Period - September 22 - October 3.

Since Dining Services is still working on getting all the dining programs up and running, we have delayed meal plan changes to September 22 – October 3. If you decide that you want to do a meal plan change, please come see the Student Life Receptionist located in Clark Hall. If you desire a meal plan change, you must complete a Meal Plan Change Request form during this time period.

If you have questions about the different meal plans, you may want to review below or you can also connect with Sam Currie, Dining Director. His office is located in University Center 105.

As a reminder, if you are not in a unit with a private kitchen, you are required to be on a meal plan, so we are unable to cancel your meal plan or change your plan to anything other than 1 - 4.

All students residing in the residence halls participate in one of our Meal Plans unless they choose not to have one because they meet eligibility requirements. There are two types of meal plans, All Access Plan and Block/Declining Balance(DB) plans. NOTE: There is not a separate winter term plan. The fall meal plan ends and the spring plan begins mid-January.  Meal Plans Rates

Block Meal Plans (Plans 1-3)

There are two parts to these type of meal plans: Block Meals and Declining Balance (DB).

    Part 1: Meal Plan/Block Meal Allowance

    No missed meals! Start the semester with a block - or specified number - of meals. One block is subtracted from your meal plan each time you participate in the all-you-care-to-eat meals offered at dinners and weekend brunches in the University Center. You may also chose to use a block for meal exchange menu items for breakfast and lunch.

    What is the Meal Exchange Program? The Meal Exhange Program provides the flexibility to use a block meal for designated menu items both in the RFoC dining room and the Boxer Bistro for breakfast and lunch.

    NOTE: Unused block meals do not transfer to the next semester.

    Part 2: Meal Plan/Declining Balance (DB)

    Pay as you go - DB works like a pre-paid debit card that lets you supplement your block meal allowance and can be used at all Pacific University Dining Services locations on campus. Your DB can be used for breakfast, lunch and snack items and the purchase amount is subtracted from the balance in your account.

    Unused DB remaining on a student's meal plan at the end of the fall semester will carry over to the spring semester. At the end of the spring semester students have the option to bulk-buy products and/or carry over up to $100 of DB to the following fall semester, provided the student is enrolled for the fall semester.

All Access Plan (Plan 4)

The All Access Plan is designed for the student that prefers to eat many small meals or three large meals a day. This plan provides unlimited entries for all you care to eat dining in our newly refreshed dining room.

 

Changing a Meal Plan

There is an option to change the meal plan during the first two weeks of Fall and Spring Semesters. This is done by filling out a Meal Plan Change Form through the Housing Office.

 

Purchasing more Declining Balance

Students may add DB anytime during the academic year by completing a Declining Balance Selection Form through the Housing Office (minimum purchase of $50 declining balance).

 

Limited Meal Service

Limited meal service is defined as limited hours of service, and limited menu items. May occur during holiday breaks, semester breaks, and spring break.

 

Eligibility Requirements

All students residing in the traditional residence halls or in apartment style units WITHOUT a full kitchen are required to participate in meal plan 1, 2, 3 or 4.