A: No. The Dining Center is an All-You-Care-To-Eat facility and all food is to be consumed in the Dining Center. You are allowed one piece of fruit or one ice cream treat as a take-out item. This is a way to meet your needs for an easy-carry snack and still control costs. Uncontrolled take-out would lead to a more expensive meal plan, as well as food safety issues.
A: Traditional meal plans offer not only a fixed number of meals per week, but a fixed number of meals per meal period. Only one meal may be swiped per meal period. The Traditional 12 meal plan is priced lower than the Block 150 plan because of this principle.
A: Upper-class students will want to check the main page for the deadline to change their plan. Your account will be pro-rated depending upon either the amount of time that has elapsed or the amount of your meal plan that has been used.
A: Money stored on your student ID to be used as cash in any of the dining venues and Kazue. Students who are using Dining $ associated with a purchased meal plan receive a 10% discount on purchases at the Bullet Hole, the Commons, and the Dive and a 15% discount in the Dining Center.