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Meal Plans

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Campus dining is a large part of your college life. Our goal is to make your dining experience the best it can be by providing delicious, healthy and nutritious food in a relaxed atmosphere.We consistently strive to deliver superior service each day. Northwestern Michigan College Dining Services specializes in meeting a variety of dining needs related to students varied tastes and preferences, vegetarian and other dietary choices and hectic lifestyles. The following meal plans have been designed just for you!

Plan A - $1700 of declining dollars per semester.

Recommended for: Residents who frequent the Hawk Owl Café daily and stay on campus most weekends during the academic year.

Plan B - $1400 of declining dollars per semester

Recommended for: Residents who frequent the Hawk Owl Café daily and are away from campus most weekends.

Plan C - $1200 of declining dollars per semester

Recommended for: Residents who are budget conscious and are away from campus most weekends.

Additional Money

Students also have the ability to add additional money onto their account at any time at the Hawk Owl Café.

Notes:

  • Meal plans are per semester.
  • Money added to card is all declining balance, meaning each purchase is subtracted from the card balance
  • Any unused dollars will roll over from the Fall semester to the Spring semester.
  • Can be used in the Hawk Owl Café.
  • At the end of the Spring semester any left over funds will be forfeited.

Questions about meal plans? Please contact our Director, Chad Schenkelberger, at (231) 995-3150 or cschenkelberger@nmc.edu.

Meal Cards

Lost or stolen Meal Cards can be replaced. Should this happen to you, contact NMC Campus Safety for a replacement.

Replacement cards will be issued at a cost of $10.00 per card.

Dietary Needs

Do you have particular dietary needs? No problem! Our Campus Dining Services Program can accommodate your special dietary requirements. For more information, please contact our Director, Chad Schenkelberger at (231) 995-3150 or cschenkelberger@nmc.edu.