Meal Plan Information
Meal Plans (semester rates):
(All you can eat meals and declining balance options)
*Unused flex money carries over from Fall to Spring semester if you have a residential meal plan in the Spring semester
|Plan 1: 100 Meals/Semester & $475 Flex Money||$1416.00 & 65% Salex Tax = $1518.98|
|Plan 2: 155 Meals/Semester & $400 Flex Money||$1680.00 & 6% sales tax = $1832.74|
|Plan 3: 215 Meals/Semester & $350 Flex Money||$1905.00 & 6% sales tax = $2086.08|
|Plan 4: 10 Meals/Week & $150 Flex Money||$1590.00 & 6% sales tax = $1732.04|
|Plan 5: 14 Meals/Week & $125 Flex Money||$1680.00 & 6% sales tax = $1832.74|
|Plan 6: 19 Meals/Week & $100 Flex Money||$1835.00 & 6% sales tax = $2007.64|
|Plan 7: 19 Meals/Week with no Flex Money||$1735.00 & 6% sales tax = $1895.28|
|Plan 8: (Only for Sophomores) 75 meals/Sem. & $500 Flex||$1210.60 & 6% sales tax = $1304.86|
|Plan 9: (Only for Juniors & Seniors): $800 Flex Money||$800.00 & 6% sales tax = $848.00|
|Plan 10: (Only for Juniors & Seniors): $1000 Flex Money||$1000.00 & 6% sales tax = $1060.00|
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Residence hall and meal plan payments are due by the dates as established in the tuition and fee schedule for ISU, unless the resident is paying through ISU's installment loan program. For students not using the installment loan program a $50 late fee is assessed on amounts not paid by Monday of the first week of classes. Another $50 late fee is assessed if fees are not paid by the tenth day of class. Late fees will only be waived upon approval of the Director of Housing.
During the second week of the semester no-shows and meal plans will be processed and charges will be adjusted accordingly.
Payment plans may be accepted, but only when all awarded financial aid has been exhausted, including Pell grants, scholarships, subsidized loans, unsubsidized loans, Parent Plus loans, etc.
If the meal plan is not paid in full, and the student is not using an ISU installment loan, the meal plan will be deactivated until paid in full. The full meal plan price must be paid whether the meal plan is active or inactive.
If housing and/or meal plan charges are not paid in full by the time they are due, and no payment arrangements have been made, action may be taken up to and including eviction.
For information about setting up a payment plan (installment loan) with the University, see the section titled "Student Financial Services" at the Finance & Administration homepage.