The most popular plan! The standard 14 Meals per Week plan provides consistency to your day with a set number of meals per week. You can use your meal swipes whenever you want throughout the week at any of the all-you-care-to-eat on-campus residential restaurants.
The 14 Meals per Week plan comes with: 14 meals per week, $100 FlexDine dollars, and 10 guest passes.
If you will be living in a residence hall you selected your meal plan as part of your housing contract. Students will have the first two weeks of classes to change through the housing website at http://housing.umn.edu/mealplanchange
If you choose a weekly meal plan, each time you eat in an all-you-care-to-eat residential restaurant, one meal will be subtracted from your meal plan balance. Weekly meal plans are reset every Monday morning before breakfast and unused meals from the previous week do not carry over. Don’t forget your U card — you can’t eat without it (unless you have cash).
PLEASE NOTE: All funds and plans purchased for use in University Dining Services are for the personal use of the owner of the account or plan only and are non-transferable. The University Dining Services funds and plans cannot be used as a gift card or gift certificate. Except as otherwise expressly stated in these terms, all University Dining Services funds and plans are non-refundable. Plans will expire at the earlier of the last day of enrollment or employment, as applicable, or the last day of the current semester. Fund Balances balances expire after 1 year of UCard inactivity.
University Dining Services meal plans and FlexDine funds are non-refundable. Meal plan balances expire on last day of semester. FlexDine balances expire after 1 year of UCard inactivity.
Cancellation: Meal Plans/FlexDine orders may be cancelled within five business days of purchase.* Refunds will be prorated based on meals used or days and credited back to the original form of payment.
Change: Meal Plans/FlexDine orders may be changed within 10 business days of purchase.*Refunds will be prorated based on meals used or days and credited back to the original form of payment.
*When a plan is purchased prior to the start of the term in which it is purchased for, the first day of meal service is considered the purchase date.