UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Riverside Commons is an all-you-care-to-eat venue which offers a variety of menu options each day in a buffet style setting. Riverside Commons is the primary dining facility for meal plan participants and offers continuous dining throughout the day.
Transfer Meal Program allows meal plan participants to use a meal in the retail dining areas outside of Riverside Commons. A cash equivalency is applied to any meal purchase. If the purchase exceeds the cash equivalency rate, the difference can be paid with cash, Dining Dollars, Falcon Dollars, or credit card. Transfer meal options are restricted to the designated hours, locations and venues identified in the hours of operation.
The Freddy 2GO Program reusable container program is available at Riverside Commons and Pete's Creek Market. It provides a "to go" option for those students with busy schedules. Approved Freddy 2GO water bottles are provided. Used Freddy 2GO containers are collected in Riverside Commons and Pete's Creek Market for cleaning. By providing a non-disposable option, University Dining Services and Chartwells continue to pursue our commitment to improving our sustainability initiatives.
There are several all-campus events a year that are co-sponsored by Dining Services and included in your meal plan. This allows students to use the meal plan to enjoy the events and food, such as the Week of Welcome picnic, the Chancellor's Late Night Breakfast, the Falcon 'Fair'-well and more!
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The weekly plans and the All-Access plan include 5 Guest Meals for the term, whereas block plans allow unlimited use of meals for a guest if so desired. Guest meals may only be used in the company of the meal plan participant and may not be used for Premium/Themed meals. Guest meals may be used at all-campus picnics where the events serve as the primary dining option for meal plan participants. Guest Meals expire at the end of each term.
Sack meals may be arranged when meal times conflict with your class schedule, work, or other campus activities. To participate in the sack meal program, you are required to complete the Sack Meal Request Form. The form must be submitted no later than the day prior to the intended missed meal. Sack meals are discontinued if you fail to pick up the meal two consecutive times without proper notification. Sack meal request forms are available at the cashier stations at Riverside Commons.
Not feeling well? Have influenza like symptoms? Complete our Isolation Meal request form and we will have your meals brought to you!
Isolation Meal boxes are available to on-campus students enrolled in a meal plan. An Isolation Meal Box is a box of food and beverage items intended to provide the equivalent of three meals of food and beverage to an individual with flu-like symptoms. For each Isolation Meal Box Request Form submitted, Dining Services will provide one delivery per person, per day and three meals will be deducted from your meal plan.