Resident Meal Plans for Fall 2016 / Spring 2017
Changes may be made with the Cashier's Office between December 1, 2016 - January 11, 2017: Managing Your Account
Residential Meal Plans offer the flexibility and freedom busy students need to dine how they want, when they want at 17 locations for well-rounded menu variety.
Resident Meal Plan Basics
Students choose their Meal Plan type when signing their housing contract with Residential and Student Service Programs (RSSP). Changes to Meal Plans may be made during Fall and Spring Semesters by contacting the RSPP Office Cashiers or online under the RSSP Managing Your Account site. Meal Plan points are the currency with which students use their Meal Plan accounts.
|Resident Meal Plan Type:||Cost:||Points per Academic Year:||Points per
|Standard||included in housing||2500||1250||10 to 12*|
|Premium||included in housing + $350/year||3000||1500||12 to 16*|
|Ultimate Access||included in housing + $750/year||1000 + DC all-access entries**||500||19+*|
*Total varies depending on eating habits. Note that dining commons points are set for each meal, but campus restaurant meal cost vary depending on what is purchased.
**The Ultimate Access plan includes three "all-you-care-to-eat" entries to the dining commons per day (two entries on Saturday, Sunday & Holidays); in any dining commons with no Meal Plan points deducted. (To-Go box charges apply.) Ultimate Meal Plan points may be used for guests, and in all Cal Dining campus restaurants.
|Meals are discounted from the cash price to Meal Plan participants. Cash pricing listed for comparison (showing Meal Plan participants a $3.00 savings per meal):|
|Meal||Meal Plan Points||Cash price*||Meals To-Go||Chews to Reuse
reusable to-go (one time payment to buy-in to the program)
|Breakfast||6.00 points||$10.00||+ $1.00||
$5.00 or 5.00 points for to-go container;
$5.00 or 5.00 points for reusable mug
|Lunch/Brunch||7.00 points||$11.00||+ $1.00|
|Dinner||8.00 points||$12.00||+ $1.00|
Retail Campus Restaurants Pricing:
|Retail points have a purchasing power of $1.00 each (calculated to the 1/100th). For example, a purchase of $2.01 would cost 2.01 points.|