UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Any student who lives in a residence hall (other than South Fork Suites) must select a meal plan per the Housing/Meal Plan Contract. A meal plan is optional for all other students.
ON CAMPUS STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE FROM ANY OF THE FOLLOWING THREE MEAL PLANS
Meal plan prices are subject to change until they have been approved by UWS Board of Regents early in July. Students who are required to participate in a meal plan and do not select one, are automatically assigned the Weekly 14 meal plan. Meal plans are priced per semester.
STUDENTS MAY SELECT THE 60 BLOCK PLAN IF ONE OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS IS MET:
This meal plan is not available to Freshmen and Sophomores living on campus who have completed less than 60 credits.
Students that like the convenience of eating multiple meals during a meal period, or those block plan students who are running low on meals may purchase additional meals to be used during the semester purchased. These Flex meals DO NOT CARRY FORWARD TO THE NEXT SEMESTER. They are only available for use in the semester in which they were purchased.
10 Block Meal Add-on $78
25 Block Meal Add-on $195
The Transfer Meal Program allows meal plan participants to use a meal in retail dining areas outside of Riverside Commons. A cash equivalency is applied to any purchase made. If the purchase exceed the cash equivalency rate, the difference can be paid with cash, Dining Dollars, Falcon Dollars or credit card.
Cash Equivalency Value is:
$5.50 Late Night
On some meal plans, UWRF Dining places additional funds on the meal plan participants ID Cards similar to a debit account. These funds are called Dining Dollars. Students are allowed to use Dining Dollars to purchase food and beverage items at any dining location. Purchases made with Dining Dollars are exempt from sales tax, cannot be purchased independently, taken as cash, transferred to others, or refunded.
Dining Dollars remaining at the end of Fall semester may roll-over to Spring semester only if the student has an active Spring semester meal plan. If a student is not required to be on a meal plan, and cancels any portion of the Spring semester meal plan, the unused Fall Dining Dollars will not be refunded. All Dining Dollars must be used by the end of the Spring semester, they do not carry-over to the next academic year.
The 120 and 60 Block plan participants may convert between 1 and 30 meals into Dining Dollars (limited to the remaining balance on their account) at a rate of $6 per meal (maximum of $180 in Dining Dollars). Once meals are converted to Dining Dollars, they may not be converted back to meals. Dining Dollars cannot be refunded should the meal plan be canceled for any reason.
Block meals can be converted to Dining Dollars during designated time periods only.