Meal Plans

Compare Meal Plans

We offer five different meal plans for students, faculty, and staff.  The value of your plan is on your CrimsonCard so you don’t have to worry about having cash or a credit card on hand.

Students living with RPS who are required to purchase a meal plan will select one when completing their housing application.

Other students, faculty, and staff may purchase a plan online at any time.

Prices cited are for the 2019–20 academic year.

You Payminus Operational Expensesequals Standard I-BUCKSplus Extra I-BUCKS = a 60% Discount
$4,600$2,1601,4401,000

Benefits

  • Think student athlete size appetite with over a $26 average daily value.
  • Provides significant value even without adding more I-BUCKS. Gain $1,500 in purchasing power above purchase price. 

You Payminus Operational Expensesequals Standard I-BUCKSplus Extra I-BUCKS = a 60% Discount
$4,100$2,1601,440500

Benefits

  • For healthy appetites—eating three meals most days with about $20 of an average daily value.
  • Provides significant value even without adding more I-BUCKS. Gain $750 in purchasing power above purchase price.

You Payminus Operational Expensesequals Standard I-BUCKSplus Extra I-BUCKS = a 60% Discount
$3,600$2,1601,4400

Benefits

  • Most popular plan with over $15 of average daily value.
  • Least expensive plan for incoming first-year students.
  • Flexibility—You can add more I-BUCKS at any time and gain $125 in purchasing power for each $50 added.

You Payminus Operational Expensesequals Standard I-BUCKSplus Extra I-BUCKS = a 60% Discount
$3,000$1,8001,2000

Benefits

  • Best value—I-BUCKS 60 plan with the lowest operational cost.
  • Average daily value about $12.
  • FlexibilityYou can add more I-BUCKS at any time and gain $125 in purchasing power for each $50 added.

You Payminus Operational Expensesequals Standard I-BUCKS
$500$100400

This plan is not available to first-time, first-year RPS residents.

Benefits

  • Average weekly value of $12.50 appropriate for students who buy snacks or infrequent meals on campus.
  • FlexibilityYou can add more I-BUCKS during the semester. Each time a student wishes to add value to their account, 10 percent of the purchase amount goes to support operational expenses. Example; student pays $100 to add value, $10 goes to operational expenses, and student receives 90 I-BUCKS.
  • Return on investment of 6.67%.

Having access to a really good dining hall right across the street with some good, healthy options—that’s very beneficial to [my marathon] training because eating healthy is something that’s very important.

Jordan Fermi

Buy or Change a Meal Plan

I-BUCKS 60 and 25 meal plan selections may be changed before August 1 for the fall semester and December 1 for the spring semester.

View the contract terms and conditions below before you commit.