High School Meal Plan
Meal Plans for NC Resident High School students
All residential high school students are required to be on the All Access Meal Plan. All high school commuter students classified as NC residents will automatically be assigned the HS 10 meal plan. Plans are based on a weekly allotment of meals, and you receive your plan’s weekly allotment of meals each Sunday of the semester. At the end of the day, Saturday, any unused meals expire and you receive a new allotment of weekly meals.
Block Plans for non-NC resident High School Commuters
Students who are not eligible to be on a NC resident meal plan may purchase block meals. The meals may be purchased in blocks of 20, 30 or 50 meals. The more meals you purchase the lower the cost per meal. Student Block Meal plans expire at the end of each academic year. Meals may be used in the dining hall and will be deducted from your balance. The block meals can be purchased from the ARAMARK office on the ground floor of the Hanes Student Commons Room 128 or online at uncsa.campusdish.com. With the block meals you may swipe your card more than once during a meal to pay for another person’s meal. The meal exchange program is not available with the block meals.
Block Meal Prices*:
20 meal plan= $147.02
30 meal plan= $208.12
50 meal plan= $325.06
* Taxes not included.
All Access & 10-Meal Plan Prices Meal Plan Brochure
Using Bonus Bucks for meal supplement
Students who are on either the All Access or 10-meal plans receive Bonus Bucks. Bonus Bucks supplement the weekly meals and can be used for purchases in the Library Café, P.O.D. Market, Pickle Jar or the Dining Hall. High School students receive $150 a semester. Bonus Bucks left from the fall semester are transferred over into the spring semester. At the end of the spring semester, unused Bonus Bucks are non-refundable and cannot be transferred to the new academic year.
Treat a guest to a meal
Students who are on either the All Access or 10-meal plans receive five guest meals per semester. Guest Meals can be used to treat a friend, visitor, or parent to a delicious meal at the Dining Hall.