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1 Marian University Campus Services Volunteer Meal Plan

2 Campus Dining Meal Plans Balance, Mind, Body and Soul Locations around campus Dining Promotions Things To Know

3 Locations Around Campus Sabre Snack Shack Stayer Center Simply To Go Administration Breezeway Sabre Café HSC Cafeteria HSC Points & Cash can be used at Sabre Snack Shack, Simply To Go, Sabre Café and Cafeteria.

4 Campus Dining Hours of Operation Sabre Snack Shack: Mon. – Thurs. 7:30 am - 3 pm Fri. 7:30 am - 1 pm Sabre Café: Mon. – Fri. 9:30 am - 3 pm Sun. 6:30 pm -11:30 pm Simply To Go Mon. – Thurs. 7:30 am - 3 pm Fri. 7:30 am to 1 pm Cafeteria: Lunch 11 – 1:30 pm Breakfast 7:30 - 9:30 am Dinner 4:30 – 6 pm

5 Resident Dining at Hornung Student Center Featuring a wide variety of fresh food designed to satisfy everyones appetite with food choice to rival your favorite restaurants. Fresh fruit and salads Delicious, hot, home-style entrées Homemade soups Specialized menu station Freshly baked pizza and pasta Deli choices served on freshly baked breads New creations by our chef just for you Ice cream and freshly baked desserts And you can enjoy "all you care to eat"!

6 Save Time & Money With The Right Meal Plan Things to consider when choosing the right meal plan for you. 1.How many meals do you eat per day? 2.Do you often skip a meal and eat an afternoon snack in its place. 3.How often do you see yourself going home during the weekends? 4.Do you see yourself dining in retail areas vs. campus dining?

7 Meal Plan Options Meal Plan Option #1 75 Meals This meal plan is preferred for students who have kitchens in the resident hall room. Students who generally skip one meal a day prefer this meal plan, or if students go home on the weekends for a job or to visit friends often they generally choose this meal plan.

8 Meal Plan Options Meal Plan Option #2 100 Meals. Students who generally eat three meals a day, or those who also eat one or two meal on a weekend prefer this meal plan.

9 Meal Plan Options Meal Plan Option #3 150 Meals. Students who generally eat three meals a day, and eat two to three meals a weekend prefer this meal plan.

10 Meal Plan Options Meal Plan Option #4 Snack Points Talk about 3 to 4 main points about the meal plan. Snack Points may be purchased in $50, $150 and $200 increments (for $190). If your class schedule and extracurricular and social activities interfere with dining, students often choose this plan. It can be used at all dining locations. Commuter students also find this plan flexible with their scheduling needs. Additional meals can be purchased for $3 in ten meal increments.

11 Commuter Meal Plans Meal Plans are available for you, too! Meal Plans: 75, 100 and 150 – Cafeteria Snack Points: $50, $100 and $150 – all locations Commuter students have great flexibility of meal choices Purchase your Volunteer Meal Plan Today! 1.CONVENIENCE Dont Loose Your Parking Space Save Time: Grab Something To Eat Between Classes No need for cash. Meal Plan is on your ID Card! 2.$AVE MONEY The Bigger The Plan, The Bigger The Savings Identify The Savings: Save Up To $2.00 per meal or $250 per Semester Over The Door Price 3.VARIETY 4 Different Dining Locations in 3 Buildings on Campus Late Night Dining Options Meal Plans include Snack Points that can be used at Sabre Café, Sabre Snack Shack and Simply To Go

12 Snack Points What are Snack Points? Snack Points are dollars put onto your Student ID Card when purchasing a meal plan. Additional Points may be purchased through Student Services Office. Snack Points carry over from semester to semester or year to year with the purchase of a meal plan. Need More Meals? Additional meals can be purchased at $3 in increments of 10.

13 Balance, Mind, Body and Soul Balance, Mind, Body and Soul is a holistic or integrated approach to wellness and fitness that considers the whole person. Fitness and Wellness are a balance of lifestyle choices and events-physical, mental, and environmental. Wellness is unique to each individual. We can accommodate your dietary and special meal needs, whether diabetic of food allergies. Contact us at Campus Service at Hornung Student Center

14 Dining Promotions Fill my Fridge Care Packages & Party Plans are available Monthly Campus Dining Promotions Monthly Premium Meals Catering Special Events mariandining.com

15 Marian Supports Environmental Sustainability!

16 Fill My Fridge Fill My Fridge Program allows parents to have the opportunity to send a care package via son or daughters request mariandining.com

17 Dining Promotions m/watch?v=CIOMPZa aGf4

18 Things to Know… Your meals are on your Student ID Bring your Student ID with you go when you come to eat You can use your Snack Points to buy meals for visitors. You can view menus online at mariandining.com

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