When choosing a meal plan, it's important to consider how you like to eat. In a busy college life, students often spend a little more on retail items than they first expect. After years of gathering data on how students eat, we've learned they typically do not eat three meals a day, seven days a week, on campus. So, Regis University meal plans are built to reflect the real-life behaviors of students. The majority of students will find that Meal Plan B will provide enough purchasing power to meet their needs. The list below will help students determine if they should select Meal Plan A instead.
- Plan on rarely missing a meal on campus during the typical week?
- Have a hearty appetite?
- Have increased caloric needs due to significant exercise, sports, or metabolism?
- Plan to stay on campus during semester breaks when meals are offered?
- Tend to snack between meals or late at night?
- Enjoy espresso drinks on a daily basis?
- Expect to stock up at the market for trips away from campus?
- Tend to seek out more expensive dishes such as wild Pacific salmon and sushi?
- Have specific food preferences which will make the cost of each meal higher?