Food Services renames campus meal plan

Penn State Food Services is saying "bon voyage" to its A-La Board Meal Plan. The new Campus Meal Plan will feature the same services. Students will still pick from six levels to best fit their dining needs. Dining dollars, instead of points, can be added at http://www.idonline.psu.edu/ online. The plan can be modified online up until 14 days before the last day of final exams.

The Campus Meal Plan offers discounts in many on-campus Food Services locations, but students get the most value by eating in the six all-you-care-to-eat dining commons.

Food Services recommends that students living off-campus should buy a plan only if they intend to eat more than 14 meals a week in the dining commons. If off-campus students do not plan to eat that often on campus, LionCash+, online at http://www.idcard.psu.edu/students/lioncash.shtml, may be a better option.

For more information on the Campus Meal Plan, visit http://www.foodservices.psu.edu/meal_plans/.

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Last Updated August 17, 2009