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The courtyard is the campus community’s dining center. The courtyard serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and is located off of the Commons area in the McVean Student Center.
The courtyard is open Monday–Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., with a limited menu after 3:00 p.m. On Friday, the courtyard is open from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Faculty Student Association offers four weekly meal plan options. Meal plans offer exceptional value to students who regularly dine at the courtyard. Each meal plan includes a combination of prepaid weekly meals and Cannon Cash. Because meal plan allowances are discounted by 15% and are not subject to NYS sales tax, students can save as much as $100.00 over the course of a semester. Students can use their meal allowances at any time during the week up to the weekly limit for the option chosen. For example, under Option 3, a student receives 5 meal allowances for each full week of classes. Unused meal allowances do not roll over from week to week and are forfeited at the end of each week. Meal allowances are prorated for weeks where classes are in session for less than 5 days according to an established schedule.
New this year the Faculty Student Association will offer one block meal plan. This plan will allow the student to budget 70 meals plus cannon cash to be used over the course of the semester. Unused meals at the end of the semester will not roll over to next semester.
Meal Plan Options
|2 Meals per week||3 Meals per week||5 Meals per week||8 Meals per week||70 Meals Block per semester||35 Meals Block per semester|
|Value per meal||$6.75||$6.75||$6.75||$6.75||$6.75||$6.75|
|Actual cost per meal||$5.70||$5.70||$5.70||$5.70||$5.70||$5.70|
|Total days in semester||70||70||70||70||70||70|
|Total meals in semester||28||45||70||115||70||35|
|Amount added to debit account||$67.00||$101.00||$67.00||$39.00||$97.00||$78.00|
|Total price for option||$239.00||$359.00||$469.00||$699.00||$499.00||$279.00|
|Savings from discount||$30.50||$45.75||$70.50||$116.25||$70.50||$35.25|
|Savings from sales tax||$15.00||$22.00||$34.00||$56.00||$34.00||$17.00|
Dec 9th will be the last day for weekly meal plans.
Dec 29th will be the last day for block/semester meal plans.
Under the plan, students receive an allowance of $6.75 for each meal used. The actual cost of the meal allowance is discounted 15% so that one meal allowance costs the student $5.70. As a qualified meal plan, meal allowances are not subject to New York State sales tax.
Students can use each week’s meal allowances anytime during that week. For example, under the 5-Meal Option, a student receives 5 meal allowances for each full week of classes. Unused meal allowances do not roll over from week to week. Meal allowances are prorated for weeks that have less than 5 days of scheduled classes.
Purchasing a Meal Plan
There are three ways to purchase a meal plan. To use financial aid money, you’ll need to fill out a form in the Bookstore. To pay by phone, call 315-786-2354 weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with a credit card. You can also use cash, check, or a credit card in the SUNYCard office.
The Faculty Student Association offers the opportunity to establish prepaid debit accounts. The accounts, known as Cannon Cash, offer students and faculty a convenient method for making purchases in the bookstore, the courtyard, vending machines and the student activities office.
Your SUNYCard acts as your Cannon Cash debit card. . Funds can be added at any time and the account is debited at the time of purchase. Cannon Cash purchases made in the courtyard are discounted 5%.
At the beginning of each semester, students receiving financial aid may designate a portion of that aid to be added to their Cannon Cash account by making arrangements with the Bookstore. Deposits can also be made by cash, check or major credit card in the SUNYCard office during normal business hours.