Meal Plans and Dining Halls | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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Ah, lot of, um there are a lot of options places to eat. Our meal plan is actually pretty efficient and really easy. Understand? Once someone kind of explains it to you. So the way our meal plan works is as a freshman come again. You will either have what I have, which is fourteen meals a week and five hundred dollars in flex money. A meal is six dollars and fifty cents worth of food. You, like a lot of post on campus, will have set meals that will just be the exact meal bounce you need. Flex comes in handy because it last year the entire semester you're fourteen meals on Lee last you the weekend. So you will see a lot of students in the union last minute get in cases of water too. I really recommend doing that because when you add it up, the meal plan here is quite expensive, and you want to use everything you can. You are flecks, though last year, the entire semester. So if you get a meal and it's seven dollars that last fifty cents will be covered by your flex. So if your family is visiting or if you use too many meals one week and you need one for yourself, you can use that guest pass at any time. Um, the other option is nineteen meals a week and one hundred dollars in flex. Personally, I don't recommend doing that because ninety miles a week is a lot for them to not carry over. What ends up happening to a lot of students is that they're flex diminishes a very, very quick rate. Then they'LL find themselves half with semester with no flex, and they'LL be using full six dollars fifty cent meals to cover fifty cents on a meal. So we have nine places to eat on campus, and I will be taking you through one of my favorites called Lehman Hall. This is a buffet style on, but also only cost you one meal swipe way. So there are things you conserve yourself and there are also things you can order. One thing I do I love about this campus is how amazing the food is. Honestly, we have been ranked number one in Sunni for a couple of years now for food, and it is and rightfully so. If I'm honest, I personally think the food on this campus is really, really great compared to some of the others campuses I've been to. I love Lehman so much because it is only one meal swipe, and it's a really good way to keep track of your flex when you're going there and knowing that you're going to leave full and satisfied and not have spent any flex. So there are some places on this campus that only take flux, and there are some places that only take meals to a certain time and different things like that. That's when you'LL find yourself using your flex primarily. If you're going to like the Starbucks on campus or like the cafe on campus, those air more expensive and they cost flex money rather than meals. If you go to a cafe every single day, your flex is gonna go really quickly. There are all flex plans, but you can't access those until you are in your second, third and fourth year. So the other places to eat on campus conclude the student union. There's a huge amount of food there everywhere, from the grill to Pasta station to Thea other Grillo, uh, the pizza station to a burrito bar. So off the dining hall's you'LL find outside of the student union, including leaving Our Dexter's Cafe, which only takes flax very, very, very good food. There a few other ones or crane common which is in crane. You could just take a break there instead of going to a practice rooms and also the Performing Arts Center Cafe, which is, uh, Starbucks. You can pretty much get any Starbucks drink that you're used to get in there and they have some pretty awesome sandwiches and other pastries. Like things like that, there is well, which is really great. Um, I know those were kind of many tours, but I kind of wanted to give you guys, like a bit of an insight to my favorite places. There are a few other options you'LL have here. You couldn't d'Oh, but I usually stick to those places primarily. Yeah, so I hope you guys have a pretty good understanding of how the system works here.