Those who sign up for the Residence Dining Program sign a contract, which includes information about the rights and responsibilities of the meal plan holder. Your lease agreement includes the cost of the your room and your meal plan.
All students living in Voyageur Place are set up on the 17 meals/week with $200.00 residence cash card (RCC) per term. Plus an additional 25.00 RCC gifted to you peer term. In the event you prefrer the 19 meals/week plan you are require to fill out the VP meal plan change request form located on the main residence dining page.
Your agreement is not transferable, and you can not switch plans after Sept.1.
“The meal service provided to the Resident under this Agreement is not transferable. Only one Student I.D. card is provided to the Resident and it may be used only by the Resident to whom it is issued.”
Once you have selected Plan A or B you are commited to your plan choice for Term 1 and Term 2.
"You are required to present your student ID card before all meals. "
“There shall be no rebate of charges for missed meals. Three meals are served Monday through Friday [except on holidays recognized by the University of Saskatchewan (herein “University Holidays”)]. Two meals are provided on Saturdays, Sundays and University Holidays. Scheduled meal times are posted in Marquis Hall, University of Saskatchewan.”
When meal plan rates are set, a number of missed meals are factored in for each meal plan holder. If these missed meals were not included in the rates, meal plan costs would be approximately 20% higher.
Bag Meals: Bag meals are available Monday through Friday, University Holidays excepted. Twenty-four (24) hours advance notice must be given for a bag meal required on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. If a bag meal is required on a Monday (or a Tuesday if the Monday is a University Holiday) notice must be given on the preceding Friday. It is also required that you provide a printed copy of your class schedule in order to be approved for a bagged meal. Notice of bag meal requirements must be given to the cashier for management approval in the Dining Room. Failure to pick up the requested bag meal on three occasions during the Term will result in bag meal privileges being suspended. The bag meal will be available for pick-up at breakfast on the day for which it is ordered. Arrangements for bagged breakfasts will be considered on a case by case basis as may be approved by the Culinary Services Manager at Marquis Hall.
Residence Cash Card
(Applied to your student ID card)
Residence Cash Card dollars are a gift of $25 (RCC) per term. They will be credited to meal plan holder accounts at the following times:
|Term 1||September 2nd||December 22|
|Term 2||January 5th||April 30|
If the meal plan holder cancels his/her meal plan before the end of term, any remaining Residence Cash Card Dollars will also be removed from his/her account.
Residence Cash Card Dollars may be redeemed at any Food Services retail outlet. Goods purchased with these dollars are subject to all applicable taxes.
“The University shall not require the University Culinary Services to make provision for special diets. Meals are provided in the Residents’ Dining Room located in upper Marquis Hall or other place designated by the University ( as the “Dining Room”).” Should you have any diatary concerns please contact Food Services prior to signing your lease.
Please note that a vegetarian entrée selection is available at every meal
The Resident agrees that all food from the Dining Room must be consumed therein. If the Resident removes or causes food, glasses, flatware, utensils or other items to be removed from the Dining Room, he/she may be subject to reprimand and other penalties up to and including suspension of Meal and Meal Card services.
Removal of any food and or beverages from the dining room is considered theft. This includes filling bottles and mugs with beverages for removal from the Dining Room. Persons caught removing items from the Dining Room will be subject to Residence disciplinary procedures.
Inappropriate behavior, such as identity theft (using another person’s card, or allowing another person to use your card), letting others in the Dining Room exit, and food fights, will be subject to the Residence disciplinary procedures. These procedures may include banishment from the Dining Room and meetings with the Culinary Services Manager and Residence Manager. These disciplinary procedures may have an effect on your housing status.
If you have concerns about the food or service in the Dining Room, please ask to speak with the supervisor on duty and they will be able to document your concern and coordinate to have the isue addressed accordingly.
There is no option for a refund in this type of meal plan during your stay in Voyageur Place. In the event that you are withdrawing from your studies and or from Voyageur Place, please see your contract for details on contract notice and discuss with the residence your allotted refund amount.