Meal Plans

All residential students are required to participate in the meal plan. New residential students are required to be on the Phoenix meal plan their first year.

All students must have their Wilson student ID card to eat in Jensen Dining Hall. Students with special dietary needs are encouraged to contact the Sage General Manager for information regarding dining services.

For the  2019-2020 academic year, students can choose any of the following meal plan options:

 Phoenix Meal Plan      ($6,094 annually, $3,047 per semester)

 19 meals per week + 2 free guest passes

All residential first year students are required to be on this meal plan for the first year. This plan means you have 19 meals per week (meals do not carry over week to week): 3 meals daily Monday-Friday and 2 meals daily Saturday-Sunday. You also receive 2 free guest passes per semester.

Gold Meal Plan         ($5,116 annually, $2,558 per semester)

14 meals per week + 2 free guest passes

This meal plan means you have 14 meals per week (meals do not carry over week to week): any 2 meals daily Monday-Friday and 2 meals daily Saturday-Sunday. You also receive 2 free guest passes per semester.

Silver Meal Plan         ($4,320 annually, $2,160 per semester)

10 meals per week          
Limited to Seniors (as of Room Selection class), SPS, & RA residents only. PA residents: selecting this plan could impact your financial aid package. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.

This meal plan means you have any 10 meals per week (meals do not carry over week to week): any meal option Monday - Sunday.

All prices are subject to change.

 

Meal Plan Exemptions

 

All students who live on campus at Wilson College are required to take one of the residential board plans.  Exemptions from the meal plan requirement are rare. These are made solely on the documented health conditions that require specialized diets that cannot be accommodated by the College's food service provider. Documentation must be from the medical doctor (or licensed professional with expertise in the area of diagnosis) who is treating the student for that condition. If you need to request an exemption, please download the instructions and form here.

Wilson College
WILSON COLLEGE
1015 Philadelphia Ave.
Chambersburg, PA 17201
717-264-4141
admissions@wilson.edu
QUESTIONS?      |      1015 Philadelphia Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201      |      717-264-4141      |      admissions@wilson.edu