Eating begins as a rational decision - fuel the body - but quickly becomes an emotional experience. We maximize the nutritional value of every offering, but our ultimate goal is to create an experience that will evoke a passionate response. As part of that goal, we have several different meal plans for you to choose from.
In order to meet your campus dining needs, we have designed the following meal plans for the 2011-2012 academic year. If you need to purchase a meal plan, or if you would like to make a change to the plan you have already please see the Office of Student Services in the Caine Student center.
Block plans are an excellent choice for the person who's schedule is always changing. Block plans are the most flexible option we have. You can use as many meals at a time that you like, to buy a meal for family or a friend. In addition to the meals, each Block Plan comes with Dining Dollars. These dollar amounts are per semester and can be used to purchase meals in Ritchie Marketplace, The Scoreboard Cafe and Jazzmens Cafe.
And of course, you always have the ability to purchase more blocks if you run low. This year we are offering three different Block Plans to choose from:
Block 125 with $350 Meal Dollars
Block 100 with $300 Meal Dollars
Block 50 with $275 Meal Dollars
Traditional plans are for that person that is wanting to know that their meals will be there all semester. Each plan has a set number of meals each week. At the end of the week, your meal total is reset and ready to start anew. Traditional meal plans cannot be shared and you can only use one meal at a time. In addition, each Traditional Plan comes with Dining Dollars. These dollar amounts are per semester and can be used to purchase meals in Ritchie Marketplace, The Scoreboard Cafe and Jazzmens Cafe. This year we are offering three different Traditional Plans to choose from:
18 Meals with $100 Meal Dollars
14 Meals with $100 Meal Dollars
9 Meals with $100 Meal Dollars
Please note: You can only switch meal plans during the first week of each semester.
Having trouble selecting a meal plan? Try considering your daily routine. do you eat three meals a day? Will your class schedule, studying, extracurricular activities and social events interfere with dining? Will you miss dinner due to employment or evening classes? Anticipating the answers to these and similar questions will help you to select a mail plan that best fits your lifestyle.
Student IDs - Your Student ID card is your passport to
meals on campus, Bulldog Bucks, Adrian College athletic events,
the Merillat Sport and Fitness Center, and student discounts at
local businesses. All Student ID cards are the property of
Adrian College. Students are responsible for maintaining thier
ID cards. Lost or damaged cards may be replaced in Ritchie
Marketplace for $10.