http://stonehill.managemyid.com/In order to meet your campus dining needs, Sodexo Dining Services has designed the following meal plans for the 2017 - 2018 academic year. All resident students are required to have a plan and are automatically enrolled in Meal Plan C.
- Meal Plan C: $1,355.00 + $50.00 Flex Food (per semester)
This is the default plan for the Stonehill Dining Program.
Plan C has proven to be adequate for the majority of students
- Meal Plan A: $1,770.00 + $50.00 Flex Food (per semester)
Plan "A" is designed for those students that never skip a meal, or plan to participate in specials, snack frequently and prefer upscale items. Students choosing this plan should add $410.00 to the semester bill.
- Meal Plan B: $1,560.00 + $50.00 Flex Food (per semester)
Plan "B" is designed for those students who tend not to skip meals, who tend to snack frequently, or who prefer upscale offerings on a regular basis. Students choosing this plan should add $200.00 to the semester bill.
- Meal Plan D: $925 + $50.00 Flex Food (per semester)
Plan "D" is designed those students who, because of their schedule or off campus commitments, cannot eat all their meals on campus. Students choosing this plan should deduct $420.00 from the semester bill.
How the Meal Plan Works
At the start of each semester the appropriate dollar amount will be credited to your meal plan account on your Hill Card. You will then use your Hill Card to make purchases in the Dining Commons, The Hill, Ace's Place and Holy Cross Center. These purchases are debited from your meal plan account. This system is similar to using a debit card for your checking account. All the food items obtained while passing through the serving areas are totaled on a cash register and debited from your meal plan account.
How to Check Your Balance
Throughout the year, you should be checking your meal plan balance so that you can best monitor your spending. There are three ways to check your balance:
- Go to https://get.cbord.com/stonehill/full/prelogin.php
- There is a card swipe terminal at the entrance of both the Dining Commons and the Holy Cross Dining Room that will display your balance once you swipe your ID Card.
- After every sale, you may ask the cashier what your balance is or request a receipt.
If you have any questions regarding how the meal plan works, or need assistance in deciding which plan is best for you, stop by the Dining Services Office located at the Commons, or call our office at (508) 565-1888. We will be happy to discuss any questions or concerns you may have. Helpful Meal Plan Guide for 2017 - 2018.
How to Change Your Meal Plan
To change your meal plan visit https://myhill.stonehill.edu/cp/home/displaylogin choose the myServices tab, and follow instructions for Changing Meal Plan.
Choosing a Meal Plan
When choosing a meal plan, some things to keep in mind are:
- your class schedule
- how often you will leave campus to go home
- will you have a job off campus
- do you snack between meals or late at night
- do you eat three meals a day
- will you have guests on campus
Once the semester is under way, you should check the weekly posted balance guidelines. These guidelines help you decide if you are on the correct meal plan.
Meal Plan Policies and Procedures
All resident students are required to be on a meal plan. All resident students are automatically assigned to Meal Plan C; however, before December 1, 2017 for the fall semester and May 1, 2018 for the spring semester you may select another meal plan. Browse to myhill.stonehill.edu , choose the myServices tab, and follow instructions for Changing Meal Plan.
Each year, the Vice President of Student Affairs and the Financial Vice President will determine the meal plan balances and options. This information will be posted on the Stonehill website.
Commuter students are not required to be on a meal plan; however, commuter students may add money to their Discretionary (Hill Card) account for this purpose.
Unused balances will carry over from the fall semester to the spring semester. Unused balances cannot be carried over from one school year to the next and are non-refundable.
Students may request a special accommodation for medical purposes. Please visit the Office of Accessibility Resources for information regarding medical requests for meal plan accommodations.