Cal Dining meal plans offer the flexibility and freedom that students need to dine with us — however they want, whenever they want. Our combination of residential and retail services feature well-rounded options whether students are “on the go” or gathering with friends around a dining table.
HOW THE MEAL PLAN WORKS: 1. 50% of meal plan points are automatically added to your Cal 1 Card at the beginning of each semester. 2. Use your points at all fifteen Cal Dining locations. 3. No daily minimums or maximums. • (3) “all-you-care-to-eat” residence dining commons: Crossroads, Café 3 and Clark Kerr • (1) residential food court: Foothill • (4) residential retail locations: The Den, Bear Market, Cub Market and CKCub. • (7) on-campus retail locations: Golden Bear Café (GBC), Pat Brown’s, Ramona’s, Terrace Café, Common Grounds, Qualcomm CyberCafé and The Pro Shop @ RSF. PLUS: GBC Produce Stand
4. Rollover up to 100 points from fall to spring. 5. Add more points at any time — $50 = 55 pts.* HIGHLIGHTS: • unlimited guest meals — use your points for as many guests as you want • “to-go” meals and late-night dining • easy online account management — add more points, check balance and transactions spicy spring onion tofu & broccoli stir fry
RESIDENT MEAL PLANS
for students living in the residence halls Standard Plan 2500 points per academic year (1250 per semester) • included in room and board rate • 12-14 meals per week* on average Premium Plan 3000 points per academic year (1500 per semester) • an additional $350 ($175 per semester) • 16-20 meals per week* on average * Total varies depending on eating habits and lifestyle.The meal plan is designed to account for 60-70% of student meals while on campus. The Financial Aid Office suggests that students budget an additional $924 for food not covered by the residence hall meal plan. “All-you-care-to-eat” dining prices are set for each meal, but retail and late-night prices vary depending on purchases.
KOSHER AT CAL?
You can enjoy Kosher Shabbat meals (Friday dinner and Saturday lunch) at the Chabad Jewish Student Center. Each semester 250 points from your standard meal plan will be designated toward sponsoring student meals at Chabad. To sign up, please contact email@example.com.
NON-RESIDENT MEAL PLANS
for students living off campus or in Wada, Channing-Bowditch apartments Blue Plan 1300 points per academic year (650 per semester) • 5-6 meals per week* on average • $1200/yr ($600/semester) Gold Plan 1850 points per academic year (925 per semester) • 7-8 meals per week* on average • $1700/yr ($850/semester) Platinum Plan 2400 points per academic year (1200 per semester) • 9-11 meals per week* on average • $2200/yr ($1100/semester) * Total varies depending on eating habits and lifestyle. “All-you-care-to-eat” dining prices are set for each meal, but retail and late-night prices vary depending on purchases.
FOR FACULTY/STAFF MEAL PLANS: http://caldining.berkeley.edu/meal_plans_facstaff.html
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