Campus Dining Information
Bon Appétit at PUC Dining Commons provides a balanced sustainable diet for all students. The college provides current and on trend vegetarian/vegan fare along with traditional Adventist classics. We are able to accommodate a wide range of dietary restrictions or special requests. Please stop by and speak to either the Executive Chef or General Manager to find out more on how we can meet your specific needs. Bon Appetit caters for group activities, picnics, and banquets. Small groups and organizations may reserve auxiliary dining rooms in the Dining Commons (all food is to be prepared by Bon Appétit). Reservations are made at the Bon Appétit office located in the Dining Commons.
For menus, special events, contact information, and more visit puc.cafebonappetit.com.
Meal Plan Information
If you are living in a residence hall, you will be enrolled in a quarter-based meal plan of $1,385, also known as the standard plan. This plan covers purchases in the Dining Commons and The Grind, PUC’s beverage bar and mini market in the Campus Center by using your Student ID card. The standard meal plan offers students approximately 10 meals a week and a few beverages. Actual usage will vary depending upon eating behaviors of students.
For more flexibility, you may add funds to your meal plan in increments of $100 by contacting Student Finance at email@example.com. Increasing your meal plan allows you to continue using your ID Card at both dining locations.
Meal Plan Adjustments Requests
Standard meal plans are only reduced in unique cases. Your request must be based on either medical needs or dietary/cultural considerations. Please note, should a meal plan reduction be granted, it will not release you of any other obligations as agreed to in the housing contract. If you have a documented food allergy, you may request a meal plan adjustment from the Student & Spiritual Life Office only after consulting with the General Manager of Bon Appetit. For more information on the meal plan adjustment process, contact the Student & Spiritual Life office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All meal plan adjustment requests MUST be submitted by the second Friday of each quarter during the academic year. Meal plan adjustment requests for the quarter will not be considered after the second Friday of the quarter.
When a student moves out of the residence hall partway through the quarter, a prorated meal plan charge is calculated based on the number of days spent in the residence hall.
Up to $100 of unused funds will carry over from Fall and Winter quarters. These funds will automatically be added to your Winter or Spring meal plan funds. There is no carryover from Spring quarter
Traditional Meal Plan Dates
- Begins Monday, two weeks before the start of the academic quarter (September 11, 2023)
- Ends the Sunday following Fall Finals Week (December 17, 2023)
- Begins the Monday following Fall Finals Week (December 18, 2023)
- Ends the Sunday following Winter Finals Week (March 24, 2024)
- Begins the Monday following Winter Quarter Finals Week (March 25, 2024)
- Ends the Sunday of Graduation (June 16, 2024)
Meals purchased during Christmas and Spring breaks will utilize the meal plan of the following quarter. For example, winter quarter includes meals purchased during Christmas Break; spring quarter includes meals purchased during Spring Break.
Commuter and Summer Plans
The Commuter plan, which is month-based, is available to residents of Brookside Park, Court Place, and community students. Enrollment is automatic. On this plan, you accumulate charges on your account (via the student ID card) and actual usage is charged at the end of each month. All meal charges must be paid by the end of the next billing cycle. This plan is not available to students who live in the residence halls during the academic year.
During the Summer, any student may activate a Commuter Plan to make charges to their student account by working with their Financial Advisor.