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 I $1,545 I $1,775

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 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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