Weekly Point Balances
The All Points Plan is designed with the idea that students will have a reasonable amount of money (points) for food to get them through the semester. With this in mind, we have created a chart to indicate what your point balance should be at the end of each week.
We have also created a chart for each of the point plans that are included with other meal plans. These balances are intended as guides only. Students are free to spend their points any way they choose. We hope that by using the chart, you will avoid running out of points, or having points left over at the end of the spring semester. Any questions or concerns, please email us at email@example.com
- All Points Plan
- Flex Points
- 5 Meal Combo Points
- 10 Meal Combo Points
Meal Plan Options
The university is pleased to offer the following meal plans for the 2012-13 academic year. Each plan is priced by semester.
|The 21-Meal Plan||$2,805/semester
|The 14-Meal Plan||$2,600/semester|
The 5 Meal Combo Plan
|The 10 Meal Combo Plan||$2,722/semester|
|$1,400 All-Points Meal Plan
(not available to freshmen)
|The Flex Plan||
The Village Plan
*Note: First Year students assigned to live in the Village are not permitted to choose the Village Plan.
The 21- and 14-Meal Plans are traditional board plans that allow students to eat one meal per meal period. Both of these plans come with five guest meals per semester.
The 5 Meal Combo Plan gives students 5 meals per week and $1,050 in points per semester. This plan comes with five guest meals per semester.
The Flex Plan gives students 100 meals per semester and $650 in points each semester. This plan comes with five guest meals per semester.
The All-Points Meal Plan gives students $1,400 in points each semester.
The 10 Meal Combo Plan gives students 10 meals per week but allows you to only eat one meal per meal period. This plan also comes with $525 in points and five guest meals per semester.
The Village Plan gives students 80 meals per semester and $200 in points per semester.
The billed price of each meal plan includes a facility fee per semester.
Points that come with the above meal plans are valid only in Dining Services locations, including Sherman Dining Hall, Usdan Café, Usdan Boulevard, The Stein/Ollie's, Quiznos, the Convenience Store (P.O.D.), Einstein Bros. in the Shapiro Campus Center and Java City in the Schneider Building. Any unused points at the end of fall semester will carry over to spring semester, (you must be a current registered student). Unused points do not carry over from year to year, and there is no refund for unused points or meals.
The meal plans listed above are valid in the Usdan Café, Usdan Boulevard, Sherman Dining Hall, and the Stein Restaurant (for dinner). Sherman Dining Hall features "all-you-can-eat" service for the price of one meal. For those paying with cash, credit or points from a meal plan, the door prices are listed below.
Door Rates in Sherman
Both Usdan locations feature a la carte service. You pay for what is on your tray. The meal equivalencies are as follows:
- Breakfast — $4.55
- Lunch — $7.30
- Dinner — $8.25
- Stein Dinner — $5