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Meal Plan Change
Meal Plan Change Notification
ALL First Year and Transfer (those with 15 or fewer hours) students living on campus are required to have the Ultimate Plus plan for the Fall semester. Upperclass students can also choose from 14 Plus, 10 Plus, or the 7 Plus. Upperclass students who live in the neighborhood or the suites and commuter students can choose any of the available meal plans, including the Freedom 50.First Year and Transfers (those with 15 or fewer hours) can submit meal plan changes at the close of the fall semester for the following spring semester.Upperclassmen and Transfers living on campus (those with 16 or more hours), can submit meal plan changes for Fall on or before the second Friday of classes. All students may request a meal plan change for the Spring Semester on or before the second Friday of Spring classes.
If you have questions or concerns about your current meal plan please contact the Office of Residential and Commuter Life, email@example.com, 614-236-6811.
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What type of change are you making to your meal plan?
Changing my current plan
Adding a new meal plan (Resident Student)
Adding a new meal plan (Commuter)
Current Meal Plan
No Meal Plan (must be eligible)
Desired Meal Plan
I have read the "Capital Dining Disclosure" below and understand its terms.
All funds and plans purchased for use in the Capital Dining program are for the personal use of the account owner and are non-transferrable. Unused meal plans expire at the end of each semester. Cap Bucks associated with meal plans and those purchased above and beyond those associated with meal plans, will carry over from the Fall to the Spring Semester, expiring at last day of spring term.
All meal plan and student Cap Bucks purchases are non-refundable. All purchases are considered final. Exceptions will be made for processing errors. All refunds for processing errors will be refunded to the credit card used for the purchase. Contact Aramark for processing error issues.
For students who withdraw from the University, meal plans will be refunded on a pro-rated basis as determined by the Office of Residential and Commuter Life and in accordance with the University’s policies.