When living in the residence halls, all freshmen and all students in non-kitchen units are required to purchase either a Plan A or Plan B. This requirement ensures that our food service provider has a guaranteed number of participants to operate on campus.
Sophomores, living in a kitchen unit, may choose any plan listed below. To be considered a Sophomore for meal plan purposes, students must have successfully completed at least 30 credit hours by the first day of the semester.
Meal Plans are used in Mitchell’s Dining Hall. Dining Dollars (DDs) may be used in Mitchell’s Dining Hall or T-Rex Grill. Check your balance regularly and use all of your DDs because they will expire at the end of the academic year, which is marked by Graduation in May. Please visit https://wwccdining.sodexomyway.com/my-meal-plan/
for more information on dining options.
CAREFULLY READ THE FOLLOWING PRIOR TO AGREEING TO THE TERMS OF THIS CONTRACT:
1. A MEAL PLAN CAN BE ADJUSTED DURING THE FIRST THREE DAYS OF CLASSES ONLY AND SUBJECT TO PRORATION AND ONLY IF THE DINING DOLLAR BALANCE CAN BE TRANSFERRED TO THE NEW PLAN. Meal plans may be changed between semesters by submitting a new contract in December.
2. Exceptions to contract meal requirements:
a) Students who are required to be away from campus for extended periods of time for approved study. In this instance, prorated contract must be purchased.
b) Students who, for documented medical reasons, must be on a restricted diet that cannot be reasonably accommodated by Dining Services. The report signed by a physician must state VERY SPECIFICALLY what dietary problems exist, and must state why these specific dietary needs cannot be accommodated by Dining Services. Students shall apply for accomodation through the office of Wellbeing & Accessibility.
c) Students whose employer provides a meal as part of their compensation. A reduction may be granted with verification from employer.
3. All meal plan participants are required to show/swipe their ID card when entering Mitchell's Dining Hall. No exceptions.
4. Students behaving in a disruptive manner in any dining service area will be dealt with through the office of the Dean of Students. Sanctions may include losing dining service privileges for a time without refund, losing dining service privileges permanently without refund and losing one’s housing contract (if applicable).
5. Approved refunds will be distributed according to the established refund schedule published in the Housing Handbook.
6. Students should make themselves aware of the days when the dining hall will be closed during the year.