Why are meal plans required at Schreiner University? As a residential university, Schreiner believes that education is not confined to the the academic classroom. Rather, learning is built through the sense of community which occurs when students live together, eat together and study together on campus. Schreiner is committed to establishing the continuity between intellectual and residential life. Living on campus contributes to the intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional growth of the individual.
Meal Plans 2015-2016
All residential students must select and keep the same meal plan for an entire academic year. Meal plan changes will only be made in between semesters upon request and with approval from the Office of Residence Life and must be made prior to the start of the new semester.
Returning students --Meal plans are determined by the number of college credit hours earned at the end of the previous spring semester.
Transfer students -- All transfer students will be required to purchase the MOUNTAINEER (or higher) their first long semester at Schreiner University. At the conclusion of their first long semester, transfer students will be allowed to select a meal plan based on the number of college credit hours transferred and verified by the Schreiner University Registrar's Office.
Freshmen students -- (those with 0-29 earned college credit hours) MUST choose either the Unlimited Access or the Captain Schreiner plan.
Commuter students -- may pick any plan listed below or may choose not to have one at all.
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