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Dining on Campus What options are there for campus dining? Many students choose to eat at the newly renovated Grier Student Center Dining Hall, which features an all-you-can-eat meal service and includes beverages, soup and salad bars, a variety of entrees, vegetables and desserts. With tables and booths overlooking campus, the dining hall is a popular place to meet friends for a meal. Did you know? n Whether you are in the mood for a hot meal or a just a sandwich on the run, Lander’s Dining Services will satisfy your appetite. n Campus visitors are welcome to purchase meals in the dining hall. n Wireless Internet access and information screens located throughout campus allow students to stay constantly connected. n Weekly menus and food service hours can be found online. 30 What if I want a snack or a quick meal? The Bearcat Den, located in the Grier Student Center, features made-toorder sandwiches, salads, grilled items and desserts. Between classes and study sessions, students can grab a specialty coffee or beverage and pastry at Java City Coffee Shop, located in the Jackson Library. Students can also pick up a sandwich, salad or snack at the P.O.D. Express in the Carnell Learning Center atrium. How do I pay for my meals? Meals are included in the cost of room and board, and students can choose from a 10-meal, a 15-meal or an unlimited meal plan. Bearcat Bucks are included with the meal plans and can be used at the dining hall, Bearcat Den, Java City Coffee Shop or the P.O.D. Express. What are Bearcat Bucks? Bearcat Bucks are dollars that supplement your weekly meal allowance. They work like a bank debit card; each time you make a purchase, the amount is subtracted from the balance in your account.

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