Board Plan Options
All Huntingdon College board plans cost the same. The difference in the plans is the number of meals offered in Julia Walker Russell Dining Hall versus “flex” points that can be used in Java City, the C-Store, or to purchase extra meals in the dining hall.
Commuter students may purchase a 50-meal plan that includes $25 in flex-points for $275.
There are three board plans for campus residents:
- The 19 “Transferability” Meal Plan: 19 meals per week in the dining hall, plus $50 to spend in Java City or to purchase extra meals in the dining hall.
- The 15 “Flex” Meal Plan: 15 of the 19 meals served per week in the dining hall, plus $150 to spend in Java City or to purchase extra meals in the dining hall. This is the default board plan.
- The 10 “Flex” Meal Plan: 10 of the 19 meals served per week in the dining hall, plus $200 to spend in Java City or to purchase extra meals in the dining hall.
During the first week of classes each semester, you may choose to change your board plan. After the end of the first week of classes, you will remain with either the default plan or the plan you have chosen for the remainder of the semester.
The 19 meals served in the dining hall each week include breakfast, lunch, and dinner Monday through Friday and brunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday. The board charges include 10% state, county, and city sales tax on food. Dining services and residence halls are closed during holidays.
You may purchase additional dollars to be added to your account, accessed through your Student ID/swipe card, to allow for more purchases in the dining hall or Java City and the C-Store. Some students find that purchasing items such as deodorant, toothpaste, and frozen foods in Java City is more cost-effective than driving to the local Walmart. You may want to add a little more money to your account in order to allow for this convenience.