Prairie View A&M University strongly believes that on campus dining enhances a student’s educational experience by providing students an opportunity to develop close and supportive relationships, meet new people, and interact with faculty and staff in a non-classroom environment. Also, on-campus dining promotes health and informed dietary habits.
Because we recognize the different needs of the individual, the university offers a wide variety of dining venues, menus, hours of operation and meal plans. In addition, dining services offers nutritional information and guidance, vegan and vegetarian selections and special assistance with medically prescribed diets.
In order to meet your campus dining needs, the following meal plan options are available for the 2013-2014 academic year. If you need to request a meal plan, log on to your panther tracks. If you would like to make a change to the plan you have already selected, simply go to www.pvamu.edu/mealplan
Your current meal plan options are:
Summer Meal Plan Options:
|10 Week Meal Plan||$925.55||Provides a choice of 19 meals per week|
|5 Week Summer I or Summer II||$462.77||Provides a choice of 19 meals per week|
|Summer Laundry Fee – 10 Week||$50||Laundry will be assessed once you select a term|
|Summer Laundry Fee – 5 Week||$25||Laundry will be assessed once you select a term|
Meals reset every Monday morning. Any un-used meals will not roll over. Points do not reset and must be used prior to the end of semester.
All students, graduate and undergraduate, that reside in on-campus housing at Prairie View A&M University are required to participate in a meal plan.
Off Campus Residents
All off-campus residents who want to participate in a meal plan must have enough Financial Aid in order to cover the meal plan for the semester. If the student does not have enough Financial Aid or ineligible for Financial Aid then the student have the option of purchasing panther bucks.
Special Dietary Needs
Students requiring diet modifications for medical conditions are requested to fill out the Meal Plan Exemption Request Form and contact our Food Service Director. Appointments may be arranged to discuss dietary requirements and any modifications necessary for managing food consumption on campus. Students seeking dietary support for weight loss, diabetes, eating disorders, and other chronic conditions should contact a personal physician to obtain a diet outline.
*NOTE: Exemptions from the required meal plan participation are rare. The decision to exempt a student is made solely on documented health conditions that require special diets that cannot be accommodated by the University’s dining services provider.
Meal Plan Examples
|17 Meals with 125 points
17 meals per week =
3 Meals per day Monday thru Friday
1Meal on Saturday
1Meal on Sunday
(Brunch or Dinner)Meals Reset Every Monday Points do not Reset
|14 Meals* with 175 points
14 meals per week =
An average of 2 Meals per day Monday thru SundayMeals Reset Every Monday Points do not Reset
|10 Meals* with 200 points
10 meals per week =
An average of 2 Meals per day Monday thru FridayMeals Reset Every Monday Points do not Reset
|7 Meals* with 225points
7 meals per week =
An average of 1Meals per day Monday thru SundayMeals Reset Every Monday Points do not Reset
*The examples above show the average usage for a week. Remember you may swipe your card once per meal per day which will deduct from your particular Meal Plan. If you go over your allotted amount of meals per week your meal points or your panther bucks will be deducted. (click on Panther Bucks & Meal Points to see the difference)
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