Students will have a wider variety of meal plan options this year than they have in the past.
Through a combined effort, Food Services, Auxiliary Services, the Student Government Association and Student Services have introduced five new meal plan options to meet the changing needs of University of Georgia students.
Athens, Ga. - University of Georgia Food Services has new meal plan options available to the campus community for the 2015-16 academic year. Block plans with 65-80 meals per semester in the dining commons and Paw Points redeemable at any UGA Food Services location, including retail cafes, eateries and vending, will be available for $1,796 to $2,802 for the academic year.
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UGA meal plan includes unlimited access to the campus’ five dining halls from the Niche on the Health Science campus, notorious for its gelato and pizza, to the Village Summit on East Campus, praised for its smoothies.
In response to student desire and opinion, the Office of Auxiliary Services is beginning the process of revising and adding to the meal plan. “Student feedback is critical because what we do is serve the food for the students,” said Robert Holden, Associate Vice President for Auxiliary Services.
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