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Meal Plans


Hamilton College offers a variety of meal plans; all new students are required to participate in the Unlimited Meal Plan, which includes unlimited dining hall access.

Spring 2020

Meal Plan Dining Dates

January 19 Breakfast - May 18 Lunch

Meal Plans continue during all breaks.

BoN aPPETIT DINING LOCATIONS

Soper Commons Dining Hall, McEwen Café, the Diner, Little Pub (Pub Lunch), and Bundy Cafe and Lounge.

Unlimited Meal Plan

Our Unlimited Meal Plan offers unlimited access to any of our Bon Appetit locations. You also receive one meal swipe/tap per night at Late Night Dining (Diner B). The Unlimited Plan includes 3 guest meals per semester. Guest Meals do not carry over from semester-to-semester.

14 meal plan

Our 14 meal plan offers fourteen meals a week which can be used in any of our Bon Appetit dining locations. The 14 Meal Plan includes 20 guest meals per semester which can also be used at Late Night Dining (Diner B). Guest Meals do not carry over from semester-to-semester.

7 meal plan

The 7 meal plan offers seven meals a week which can be used in any of our Bon Appetit dining locations. One swipe/tap is available each day from 12:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. You can use your swipe/tap for the day for Late Night Dining (Diner B). If you swipe/tap at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, the next time you can swipe/tap again will be 12:00 a.m. Sunday. 

Late Night Dining

Late Night Dining is commonly referred to as Diner B and is located in the Diner. You can eat here Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 12:00 a.m. until 4:00 a.m.

Guest Meal

The guest meals provided as part of the Unlimited and 14 meal plans can be used for meals for a guest, or at Late Night dining, or on the 14 meal plan for a second entrance during a meal period. Please let your checker know if you are using a Guest Meal. Guest Meals do not carry over from semester-to-semester. 

Dining Hall Meal Exchange

SUPPORTING STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AND EVENTS

Our Dining Hall Meal Exchange program can be used when a student group would like to hold an event which involves a meal service, but very limited additional funding. Essentially, this service provides the food items on the menu in the dining hall for that particular meal, complete with salad, beverage and dessert. The student group membership has the option to use a meal to support the provided service. Contact our catering office for more information about this exciting offer.

Catering Exchange

SUPPORTING STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AND EVENTS

Our Catering Exchange program offers student group members the option to use a portion of their meal plan for any type of catering service. The groups dining requirements will be designed with the assistance of the catering staff. Our catering team will help the student group determine the menu and level of service required for the event. Please contact our catering office and allow us to assist you in creating just the right events.

Plan Options by Res. Hall

Meal Plan Appeal Process

Students who wish to appeal their meal plan status based on a medical necessity or religious restriction must first meet with Reuben Haag, general manager of Bon Appetit, to determine how those needs might be met. In the rare cases when Bon Appetit cannot accommodate a medical or religious need, students must send an appeal request to Travis Hill, assistant dean of students for student engagement, with proper documentation from a doctor or religious leader outlining the dietary restrictions, and a note from Bon Appetit confirming the lack of accommodation. The request will be reviewed by the Accommodation Committee, which will make the final determination on whether the meal plan should be waived.

Contact Information


Bon Appétit Office

315-859-4975 315-859-4964 bamco@hamilton.edu
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