A Meal Plan for Every Appetite

Bon Appetit at Regis University in Denver, Colorado provides Dining Services to students

Whether you're living on campus, commuting from home or just want to grab an occasional bite, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for with Regis’ on campus dining options: 

Plan

Cost

Flexible Dollars

A*

$2,700/semester

$2,275

B*

$2,600/semester

$2,175

C
(Recommended for juniors and seniors)

$1,800/semester

$1,375

Commuter Only

$375/semester

$337

Apartment
(Required for Boryla residents)

$250/semester

$225

*On-campus freshmen and sophomores are required to purchase either meal plan A or B.

Please note: RangerStation FanZone is cash/check only. Meal plan flexible dollars are not eligible at this location.

The deadline to make meal plan changes for the Fall 2019 semester is September 3, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. MTN.
The deadline to make meal plan changes for the Spring 2020 semester is January 21, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. MTN

The Importance of Food

At Regis University, we recognize the great power and importance of food. Dining rooms are gathering places. Breaking bread together helps to create a sense of community and comfort. We are a culture driven to create food that is alive with flavor and nutrition, prepared from scratch using authentic ingredients. We do this in a socially responsible manner for the well-being of our guests, communities and the environment.

Our Dining Services show this care in our operations every day by...

  • Cooking food from scratch using fresh seasonal ingredients
  • Taking our role in the community seriously and making socially responsible purchasing decisions
  • Serving great tasting, authentic and nutritious food that exceeds the expectations of our guests including vegetarian, vegan, and international diners
  • Providing opportunities for all our employees, including student workers, to develop their potential and abilities
  • Recognizing that every client we serve is unique and creating tailored food programs for each one
  • Serving a wide variety of menu items at each meal, each day keeping things fresh, fun, and interesting – you won’t find a cycle menu at a Bon Appétit account
  • Being a leader in our industry by working to create a more sustainable food system

5 Reasons to Buy Meal Plans

1. LIFE SHOULD BE EASY. Just because you have your own kitchen doesn't mean you have time to cook. Buying a meal plan means: No shopping. No lunches to pack. No kitchen fires (hopefully). Plus, you don't even have to carry cash. 
2. FROM SCRATH = FLEXIBLE. At Bon Attetit we LOVE food, so we cook it from scratch. This means we can be flexible with our recipes to accommodate all sorts of dietary needs without any fuss. Vegan, Flexitarian, or Gluten-Free? We'll have options for you every day. 
3. TIME IS...EVERYTHING. If you commute to campus, chances are time is your most valuable commodity. Eating on campus makes it easier to manage a busy schedule. Fuel up between classes, grab something on the run, and keep those extra minutes for yourself. 
4. IT'S SOCIAL. Sharing food is a perfect excuse to catch up with friends or connect about a project. Eating on campus makes it easier to stay in touch and easier to get things done. 
5. SUSTAINABLE. SERIOUSLY. Bon Appetit has made industry-leading commitments to environmentally and socially responsible sourcing. By eating on campus you know your food has been sources with care.

Resident Meal Plans

Whether it’s a craving for a kimchi rice bowl, a vegan protein smoothie on the way to practice, or a classic cheeseburger hot off the grill, we’re committed to breaking the bar-shaped meal and making delicious, wholesome food that works for real life. Let us show you how!

Food and beverage offerings span the gastronomic gamut, from rotisserie chicken and sustainably-raised salmon to vegan and gluten-free entrées featuring locally grown produce. Baked goods and grab-and-go deli sandwiches are made fresh daily. A smorgasbord of international flavors includes Indian curries, ramen bowls, hand-tossed pizzas baked in an open-hearth oven, made-to-order sushi and more - all served from individual mini-café stations.

Students now use the new Flex Dollar meal plans at all Regis Cafes on campus. The pay-for-what-you-eat model is different from the all-you-can-eat model in years past. It helps significantly reduce waste and allows students who prefer snacks or small meals to use their dining dollars more creatively. The new meal plan setup also allows friends to socialize in campus dining spaces without having to purchase food.

Freshmen and sophomore students living on campus at Regis are REQUIRED to purchase MEAL PLAN A or B. The Apartment meal plan is REQUIRED for all Boryla Apartment residents. Students living off campus are not required to have a meal plan but can purchase a voluntary MEAL PLAN C or D, and add Flex Dollars for both convenience and savings. Regis University dining operates on a declining balance system where costs are determined by the actual food students’ purchase and consume, not on a per-meal basis.


Plan A – $2,700/semester (Purchasing power $2,275 flex dollars)

This plan provides additional purchasing power which students can use in many ways: purchasing additional meals, purchasing bugger meals or adding in-between meal snacks or beverages.

How You Tend to Eat: You like to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner along with a snack for extra fuel, and an occasional coffee drink at the espresso bar.

Plan B – $2,600/semester (Purchasing power $2,175 flex dollars)

This recommended plan is the minimum meal plan that meets the college's residential meal plan requirement. It is designed to provide enough flex dollars to pay for approximately 15 meals per week, enough to meet an average student's needs. 

How You Tend to Eat: You eat a small breakfast and lunch, and a full dinner. You don't tend to snack much.

Apartment Plan - $250/semester (Purchasing power $225 flex dollars)

This plan is required for students living in the off-campus Boryla apartments. We know most students who live off campus have their meal routines set, but we think we can offer you more such as craveable made-from-scratch meals that fir into your lifestyle.

The deadline to make meal plan changes for the fall 2019 semester is September 3, 2019 at 5 p.m. MTN. The deadline to make changes for the spring 2020 semester is January 21, 2020 at 5 p.m. MTN.  You are welcome to upgrade your meal plan at any time during the semester.

Flex dollars can be used at the Main Cafe, Ranger Zone Grill, Ranger Express Station, Walker's Pub, and the Express Station at Walker's Pub. Flex dollars may be added, but only to an existing meal plan. Flex dollar balances do not transfer to the following semester/year. 

To sign up for a meal plan or to make changes to your plan visit Auxiliary Services on the first floor of Main Hall or call 303.458.6691. To add additional flexible spending dollars to your meal plan come to the Main Café in the Student Center Bon Appetit Management Offices or call 303.458.4196 x1 or x6.

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Plan C – $1,800/semester (Purchasing power $1,375 flex dollars)

This plan is not available for on-campus freshman nor sophomores.

Commuter Only – $375/semester (Purchasing power $337 flex dollars)

The deadline to make meal plan changes for the fall 2019 semester is September 3, 2019 at 5 p.m. MTN. The deadline to make changes for the spring 2020 semester is January 21, 2020 at 5 p.m. MTN.  You are welcome to upgrade your meal plan at any time during the semester.

Flexible spending dollars can be used at any cafe on campus. Flexible dollars do not transfer to the following semester/year.

To sign up for a meal plan or to make changes to your plan visit Auxiliary Services on the first floor of Main Hall or call 303.458.6691. To add additional flexible spending dollars to your meal plan come to the Main Café in the Student Center Bon Appetit Management Offices or call 303.458.4196 x1 or x6.

Learn more about Bon Appetit www.regis.cafebonappetit.com | www.bamco.com



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Rules of use for your Regis Meal Plan

  1. Flex dollars can be used until the last day of each semester
  2. You may not loan or give your student ID to anyone for any reason. Doing so is a Code of Conduct violation.
  3. You may treat a friend to a meal as long as you are present. 

Which meal plan is right for me?

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.

Do you:

- 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?

Why don't my flex dollars equal the cost of the meal plan? 

The cost of a meal plan supports dining services in two ways. One portion supports Regis' building maintenance and equipment. Students spend the remaining portion as flex dollars which cover the cost of food, food preparation, and other service costs.

Is my meal plan useable during holidays or breaks?

Flex dollars can be used during the academic year only. Meal plans are not active during winter, spring or summer breaks. Only students who withdraw are eligible for a refund or reduction or their meal plan charges. Please review the college refund policy.

Can I change or cancel my meal plan?

The deadline to make meal plan changes for the fall 2019 semester is September 3, 2019 at 5p.m. MTN.

The deadline to make changes for the spring 2019 semester is January 21, 2020 at 5 p.m. MTN.

After these deadlines, no changes are permitted; however, declining additional flex dollars may be added at any time by visiting the Bon Appétit office in the Main Café or by calling 303.458.6691 x1 or x6. 

Students are welcome to upgrade their meal plan at any time during a semester.

What happens if I don’t use up all of my flex dollars?

Flex dollars for the fall semester will roll over to the spring and all flex dollars will expire at the end of the Academic year.

What if I have a food allergy or dietary restriction?

Students need to schedule an appointment with the Bon Appetit General Manager to discuss their food allergies or dietary restrictions and develop custom dining plans. mjakubcin@regis.edu 303.458.4196 x1

Where can I use flex dollars?

Flex dollars can be used at the Main Cafe, Ranger Zone Grill, Ranger Express Station, Walker's Pub, and the Express Station at Walker's Pub. Flex dollars may be added, but only to an existing meal plan.

Do my flex dollars work at the Clarke Hall Fanzone?

Unfortunately, it does not work at the Clarke Fan zone. The average price of a latte is less expensive than any regular Starbucks location. They have really quick and inexpensive breakfast and lunch to go items. All major credit cards are accepted. 

Can I buy beer or wine with my Flex Dollars at Walker's Pub?

Unfortunately you cannot use Flex Dollars to buy beer or wine at Walker's Pub. However, you can purchase appetizers and pizzas with Flex Dollars.


Regis University's Dining Services offers catering for on-campus events. Learn more about these services at the Bon Appétit catering website.

Bon Appetit Contacts Regis Contacts
Melina Jakubcin, General Manager
303.458.4196 x2
Campus Ext. 2017
mjakubcin@regis.edu
Susan Layton
Associate Vice President
Auxiliary Services
303.458.1638
slayton@regis.edu
Larisa Gavrilyuk, Office Manager
303.458.4196 x6
Campus Ext. 2016
Larisa.gavrilyuk@cafebonappetit.com
Claiborne Willis
(will address any billing/meal plan questions)
Administrative Manager
303.964.6691
cwillis@regis.edu
Adrianne Barnhart, Director of Catering
303.257.7057
Campus Ext. 2218
catering@regis.edu
Glenn Babcock, Executive Chef
303.458.4196 x4720.988.9225 (mobile)
Campus Ext. 3667
glenn.babcock@cafébonappetit.com