2019-20 Dining Plans for On-Campus Students
All students living in WVU’s residence halls are required to purchase a dining plan. Because we know your schedules (and appetites) vary, you can choose from our three Go options: Go Anytime, Go 13 and Go 10.
Go Anytime –
Unlimited dining hall meals and $800 Dining Dollars
This plan is our most flexible and is perfect for students who regularly eat three or more meals each day on campus throughout the week. Eat as many times as you want each day and week at any of our residential dining halls. This plan comes with $800 in Dining Dollars, which can be used at any of WVU Dining’s restaurant-style locations.
Cost – $2,616 per semester
Go 13 –
Thirteen meals each week in dining halls and $500 Dining Dollars
This plan is perfect for students who are away from campus most weekends or for students who may sometimes eat fewer than three meals a day. With this plan, you get 13 meals each week in the residential dining halls; unused meals do not carry over to future weeks. You also have the option to eat meals at Park Place (located at University Park’s Oakland Hall). Go 13 includes $500 Dining Dollars.
Cost – $2,400 per semester
– 10 meals each week in dining halls and $225 Dining Dollars
This plan is perfect for those who have access to a kitchen and cook some of their own meals, or students who eat a couple meals a day and are away from campus most weekends. You get 10 meals each week in the residential dining halls with this plan; unused meals do not carry over to future weeks. You also have the option to eat meals at Park Place (located at University Park’s Oakland Hall). Unused meals won’t roll over from week to week so be sure to use them before they expire (Saturday through Friday). Go 10 includes $225 in Dining Dollars.
Cost – $2,175 per semester
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Our dining plans come with “meal swipes” and “Dining Dollars.” In addition, students can also use Mountie Bounty.
This is a single transaction used to eat one meal at any accepting dining facilities. Meal swipes vary for different dining locations per dining plan.
Dining Dollars can be used at any on-campus dining location. They are used to 1) make purchases instead of using meal plan swipes and 2) when a daily or weekly limit of meal plan swipes has been reached. Dining Dollars can also be used to treat a friend or family member to a meal at a residential dining hall. At the end of the fall semester, remaining Dining Dollars will roll over to the spring but expire at the end of the 2019-20 school year. Additional Dining Dollars can be purchased at any time. Note: Dining Dollars are not taxable.
This is a pre-paid debit plan that can be used at every dining location and at any many other businesses on and off campus like CVS, IHOP, McDonalds, Panera Bread, Sheetz and more. You can add funds to Mountie Bounty via credit card payment. Balances carry forward to the next semester, and refunds can be requested upon graduation. Mountie Bounty can be refilled at any time at mymountaineercard.com. Note: The Mountie Bounty program is taxable.
More about our dining plans:
- Go plans may be used in any of our residential dining halls: Café Evansdale, Boreman Bistro, Summit Café and Hatfields. You can dine in any of these locations with a “swipe” of your Mountaineer ID.
- These plans also include Dining Dollars, which may be used in the residential dining halls and in WVU Dining’s coffee shops, quick-service restaurants, Mountainlair Food Court, Evansdale Crossing and The Market at The Health Sciences Center.
- On-campus student dining plans are an annual contract covering both fall and spring semesters.
- Breakfast is served from opening until 10:30 a.m., lunch is served from 10:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. and dinner is served from 3:30 p.m. until close. Weekend brunch (when available) is served from opening until 3:30 p.m.
- Lunch at residential dining halls ends at 2:30 p.m. with a limited lunch menu (e.g., soup and salad bar, grilled pizza and a deli bar) served until 4:30 p.m., which is when dinner starts.
- With the Go 13 and Go 10 plans, each new week begins each Saturday morning.
Unused swipes do not carry over from week to week. No unused meals from
any plan will carry over from semester to semester.
If you have allergies or special dietary needs, please contact our Dining Services
Registered Dietitian, Cami McMillen-Haught at
email@example.com, and she will make sure to provide you with the best
dining options possible at WVU.