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Meal Plans

All Freshmen must purchase at least a 10-meal plan with their Housing contract.  All students who live in non-apartment style suites must also purchase, at minimum, a 10-meal plan. 

18-Meal Plan
This is your most economical meal plan---
3 meals each weekday, 2 on Saturday and 1 on Sunday.
Fall Semester -- $1003 (101.5 serving days)        
Spring Semester -- $1032 (104.5 serving days)

10-Meal Plan
This is the minimum board plan required for a resident living in a suite (non-apartment unit) or for any freshman. One can choose any 10 meals during the week.
Fall Semester -- $886 (101.5 serving days)       
Spring Semester -- $912 (104.5 serving days)

5-Meal Plan
5-Meal plans can only be used Monday - Friday.
Fall Semester -- $395 (79 serving days)        
Spring Semester -- $410 (82 serving days)

10-Meal Plan Plus $100 Flex (Flex dollars may be used in Mitchell's or the T-Rex Grill, but must be used by the end of the semester) See below for more information on Flex Dollars. 
Fall Semester -- $978
Spring Semester -- $1007

12-Meal Plan Plus $55 Flex (Flex dollars may be used in Mitchell's or the T-Rex Grill, but must be used by the end of the semester) See below for more information on Flex Dollars. 
Fall Semester -- $978
Spring Semester -- $1007

10-Meal Plus $150 Flex (Flex dollars may be used in Mitchell's or the T-Rex Grill, but must be used by the end of the semester) See below for more information on Flex Dollars. 
Fall Semester -- $1029
Spring Semester -- $1059

The dining hall is closed during major holidays (Spring Break, Thanksgiving) including weekends that may fall within these vacation periods.  Closed for Summer semester and between Fall and Spring semesters.


Meal contracts shall be purchased on the day of registration or during the first week of classes.  Meal Plans will be refunded based on the College's standard refund schedule. 


Note:  Meal plans shall only be changed before or between semesters - NOT DURING A SEMESTER.

 

Students behaving in a disruptive manner in the food services area will be dealt with through the Vice President for Student Success Office.  Sanctions could include losing food services privileges permanently without refund, and losing their housing contract (if applicable).  All of these sanctions are appeasable through the Student Affairs Appeals Board (SAAB).

Please contact Vickie Bryan at  vbryan@wwcc.wy.edu or 307-382-1674 to sign up for a meal plan

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at: foodservice@wwcc.wy.edu or 307-382-1674

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