Dining Plan

2019 - 2020 Academic Year Dining Plan Information

PROPOSED* Residential Dining Plans

*These are the proposed meal plans prices pending approval from the UW System Board of Regents.

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Dawg Dollar Plans:

- Dawg Dollars are worth one dollar each and purchases are tax exempt.

- $200 Dawg Dollars will be available for roll-over into Spring 2020 if the student has an active Residential Dining meal plan in Spring 2020. Dawg Dollars not spent at the end of Spring 2020 will be lost; there is no reimbursement of Dawg Dollars not used. 

- The $1,545 Dawg Dollar plan has no administrative fees and gives the student $1,545 of purchasing power for food! Depending on student eating/spending habits, the following is an example of Dawg Dollar spending:

$7.09 check average will equate to 218 meals = 2 meals per service day =  14 meals/week

Students can add an additional $50, $200, or $300 Dawg Dollar plan at any time. 


- The $1,775 Dawg Dollar plan has no administrative fees and gives the student $1,775 of purchasing power for food! Depending on student eating/spending habits, the following is an example of Dawg Dollar spending:

$8.14 check average will equate to 218 meals = 2 meals per service day =  14 meals/week

Students can add an additional $50, $200, or $300 Dawg Dollar plan at any time. 


Requirements

As outlined in the Residential Living/Dining Services contract at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, all students residing on campus in a traditional residence hall are required to participate in the dining program. Suites residents who have graduated from high school in or before June 2017 are NOT required to purchase a meal plan; however, if Suites@201 eligibility is extended to those individuals who have graduated from high school in or before June 2018, those residents are required to contract for one of the on-campus dining plans. A dining contract is effective for one academic semester.

If you would like to request an exemption, please submit a Dining Plan Exemption Request Form to Dining and Summer Conferences.

For more information on residency requirements, please see the Residential Living page.

Residents of above sophomore classification in the Suites @201 are exempt from this requirement unless otherwise notified.

Off-Campus Dining Plans: $50+ I $200 I $300

Off-Campus Meal Plans: Students living off-campus can add a dining plan at the PointCard Office and filling out a contract.$200 Dawg Dollars will be available for roll-over into Spring 2020 if a new meal plan is purchased before the second Friday of the semester (January 31st, 2020). Dawg Dollars not spent at the end of Spring 2020 will be lost; there is no reimbursement of Dawg Dollars not used.

Meal Plan Contracts are located online or in the PointCard office, Dreyfus Univerity Center rm. 340


  Meal Plan Money.pngHow Your Meal Plan Money is Spent:  


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41% Staffing Wages
Dining is the largest student employer at UWSP
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26% Food Cost
Dining supplies over 30% of local food purchases
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26% Overhead
This includes rent, maintenance, software, and much more
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4% Debt Service
Dining supports other Student Affairs departments at UWSP
*This number does not reflect the debt service on the $16.8 million DeBot Dining Center renovation that will begin in FY 2020



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