Meal Plans Fall 2018

Purchasing a Meal Plan

Meal plans can be purchased online by logging into your SSU account and clicking on "Payments" or they can be purchased in person at the Seawolf Service Center, located on the first floor of Salazar Hall. See our user guide for step by step directions on how to add meal plans online. The Seawolf Service Center can be reached for questions at (707) 664-2308 or by emailing seawolf.servicecenter@sonoma.edu.

**All first-year college students living on-campus are required to participate in the Unlimited Meal Plan, which is included in the Housing License Agreement fees. There are no exceptions to this provision.

 

Meal Plan Options

Prices listed are per semester. Customers must present their SSU ID to gain access to The Kitchens.

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Unlimited Meal Plan

Week Day Unlimited

Endless Lunch

The Daily

Block 10

Block 30

 

Allergies and Medical Concerns

Students with food allergies must contact University Culinary Services at (707) 664-3441 prior to signing a license agreement with Sonoma State University. Students will need to register with DSS. We will make every attempt to work with students to provide meal options that will meet their needs. Meals are not transferable.

Recovery/Sick Meals

The Kitchen’s provides Recovery/Sick meals to satisfy the needs of its customers and minimize the spread of illness. They are available as part of the meal plan for students living in campus housing. If a student is unable to dine in Kitchens due to illness, they should follow this procedure to obtain a Recovery/Sick meal.

Sick students should email all The Kitchen’s Front of House Managers at least 3 hours prior to order a recovery/sick meal. The email should include the student’s name, phone number, student ID number, and the time they wish to pick up the recovery/sick meal during Kitchens open hours along with the name of the individual to pick up the meal. Designee will then go to Kitchens at the specified time and let the cashier know they are there to get a recovery/sick meal. The Manager will record Recovery /Sick meals on the register and on the spread sheet and put on a cart near Slice. The student will then receive a disposable container that they can fill up in the Kitchen’ dining facility. Once filled, they can return to the cashier stand to pick up a drink and soup cup lids and take it back to the student’s room.