Dining on campus isn’t one size fits all. Our meal plans were designed with you in mind. If you are looking to enjoy a meal with friends or just a snack on the go – we’ve got a plan to fit every appetite.

We’ve kept what’s most important to you in mind, building in the convenience, flexibility, quality, value and healthy options you deserve. Explore our meal plan options to learn more about what would be the best fit for you.

  • Do I need to buy a meal plan?
    Yes and no. If you are a resident student, you must be on the Carte Blanch or Carte Blanch Premium plan. For commuter students, you are able to select from any of our available meal plans, but it is not required.

  • Will my meal plan auto renew for next semester? 
    Yes. For students on the Carte Blanch or Carte Blanch Premium plan, your meal plans will auto renew for the spring semester.

  • Will unused meals or Declining Balance roll over? 
    Unused meals will not roll over from semester to semester. Declining balance dollars will roll over from the fall to spring semester. However, they will not roll over from academic year to academic year and will expire at the end of the spring semester.

  • If I have already purchased a meal plan, can I change it?
    You have the first two weeks of each semester to change between the Carte Blanch and Carte Blanch Premium plans.
Don’t worry - simplicity and convenience are all within reach. Once you have a meal plan, your student ID works like a debit card. Just swipe your card and the meals and points are deducted from your meal plan account.

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Add Declining Balance
Did you know that you can add DB to your student ID card? You don’t need to have a meal plan in place to do it. Declining Balance is tax free and can be used at any of our on-campus dining locations. You’ll also receive a 10% bonus on any amount added between $50 and $249. 
To sign up, simply create an account on our website and pay using any major credit card or stop by the Meal Plan Office located in the Campus Center next to WPS Starbucks. If you have funds available through student aid, you may add DB to your account by visiting Student Accounts.
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Meal plans are convenient and flexible to fit your individual needs. Depending upon the plan you choose, meal plans can include meals, guest meals and declining balance dollars.

MEALS: Meals can be used at our all-you-care-to-eat residential dining hall, POP’s. Simply swipe your student ID card at the entrance and enjoy a wide variety of options, whether it’s a piece of fruit and a coffee or a full 3-course meal.

DECLINING BALANCE (DB): Each meal plan comes with a certain amount of DB dollars. DB has a dollar for dollar value, so 1 DB dollar = $1. These can be used at any of our on-campus dining locations; POP’sCampus Center MarketWPS Starbucks and Books ‘n Beans Café. They can also be used to treat a guest.

GUEST MEALS: Our two residential plans come with 4-guest meals per semester. These can be used on your friends or family in POP’s all-you-care-to-eat dining hall.

All resident students will automatically have their meal plan activated on their ID card. However, if you receive a new ID card your meal plan may have to be activated. Please visit the Dining Office located beside the WPS Starbucks in the Campus Center or ask to see a Dining Services manager.

Click on the tab to the left that best describes your meal plan needs. For Terms and Conditions, please click here

If you are a resident student living on-campus, you are required to be on either the Carte Blanche or Carte Blanche Premium plan. By default, all students are placed on the Carte Blanche plan, but are able to upgrade to the Carte Blanche Premium via Student Accounts. Both meal plans offer unlimited meals in POPs residential dining hall and 4-guest meals per semester. 

It is the students responsibility to activate and validate their meal plan card with Dining Services and to notify Residence Life or Dining Services immediately if there are problems using their meal card.

Need help with your meal plan?

Food Services Director
Dean Rasi