Dining Plans

Non-Residential Dining Plans 2019-2020

(Commuters, Faculty, and Staff)

 

Plans

 

Total Plan Cost per semester

 

Dining Dollar Worth with BBP per semester

 

Total Overhead per semester
Ultimate Saver        

$187

$236 $69
Deluxe Saver $302 $382 $111
Premium Saver $419 $530 $154

 

Residential Students 2019-2020

Residential students are required to participate in a dining plan. You will select your plan when you fill out your housing application.

*Total Overhead for each plan is $499

Plans

 

Total Plan Cost              per semester

 

Dining Dollar Worth with BBP per semester

 

Parkside Plan

$1,390 $1,782
Ranger Plan $1,533 $2,068
Green/Black Plan $1,662 $2,326
Parkside Plus Plan    $1,819 $2,640

 

Keep in mind Overhead...

The difference in cost of the plan and amount of Dining Dollars on the Ranger Card are standard operating costs associated with offering an on-campus dining program. Dining Dollar balances roll over from fall to spring only when you purchase a spring semester dining plan.

2020-2021 Academic Year

 

Plans

Total Plan Cost per semester

Overhead Money Deposited on card

Brickstone Buying Power

On Campus-Parkside 

$1,414 $507 $907 $1,814

On Campus-Ranger 

$1,559 $507 $1,052 $2,104

On Campus-Green/Black 

$1,690 $507 $1,183 $2,366

On Campus-Parkside Plus 

$1,850 $507 $1,343 $2,686
Commuter-Ultimate $190 $70 $120 $240
Commuter-Deluxe $307 $113 $194 $388
Commuter-Premium $426 $156 $270 $540

 

What exactly is Brickstone Buying Power (BBP)?

Dining plans are a cost effective ways to enjoy dining on campus. The Brickstone Buying Power was created to provide you with the best value for your money. With BBP, you receive a 50% discount on your purchases in the Brickstone Grill & Eatery (excludes pre-packaged and grab-n-go items) thus doubling the worth of your dining dollars.  

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Which Dining Plan is right for me?

You should choose your dining plan based on your eating habits and where you think you will make most of your purchases. The average resident spends $4.96 per meal. If you're a light eater or someone who only snacks throughout the day, consider the lowest level plans – the Parkside Plan (for residents), and the Ultimate Saver (for commuters). If you prefer three meals a day and like your daily "snacks", you might consider a larger plan like the Parkside Plus (for residents) or the Premium Saver (for commuters). 
 

If you need to adjust your plan at semester, no problem. If you find yourself running out of money during the semester, you can also add money to your current plan.

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