Meal Plan Changes & Refunds
Financial Services provides critical financial and administrative services to students and employee. We are the department that bills students and third parties, processes federal financial aid refunds, pays employees and vendors, procures goods and services, prepares budgets and financial statements, processes accounting entries, reimburses employees for expenses, collects cash receipts, administers parking permits, makes student residency determinations, maintains inventory records and delivers mail to campus.
Meal Plan addition/changes are now done online. Log into the student GullNet account and follow this path:
Self Service>Campus Finances>Add/Change a Meal Plan
|Inclusive Date of Drop or Withdrawal||Refund|
|Week 1: January 28 - February 1, 2019||100%|
|Week 2: February 2 - 8, 2019||80%|
|Week 3: February 9 - 15, 2019||60%|
|Week 4: February 16 - 22, 2019||40%|
|Week 5: February 23 - March 1, 2019||20%|
|Week 6: March 2, 2019 and after||0%|
Meal Plan Changes First Week of Classes
During the first week of classes, through the last day of drop/add, students can upgrade or downgrade their meal plans. Students living on campus are required to have the A or B meal plan. Chesapeake Hall residents may also choose the C or D meal plan. Sea Gull Square residents may choose any meal plan (A-E). When an upgrade or downgrade occurs, students will be charged $10.50 per meal eaten and Dining Dollars used plus a $25.00 processing fee. If a student upgrades to the unlimited plan, no meal usage will be charged, but Dining Dollars used would be charged.
Meal Plan Changes After First Week of Classes
Meal plan changes after the first week of classes are not permitted. If additional meals are needed students are encouraged to purchase the 75 or 45 Block Meal Plans or add extra dining dollars after the first week of classes. Students who didn’t purchase a meal plan the first week of classes may purchase a meal plan at any time for the full semester rate.
Meal Plan Drop/Withdrawal
Students who drop/withdrawal from a meal plan will be charged $10.50 per meal eaten and any Dining Dollars used. Any remaining Dining Dollars will be forfeited. The meal plan credit would be based on the Meal Plan Refund Schedule, as long as the students’ usage of meals and Dining Dollars do not exceed their net charge.