Welcome to the Stonehill College Dine Around Meal Plan
Tiered Meal Plan for 2023-2024
This meal plan accommodates the average hawk’s eating habits, allowing them $1510 at various locations around campus. If this money is not spent by the end of the fall semester it will roll over to the spring semester. Any funds left over at the end of the spring semester are nonrefundable.
The Hill Topper Meal Plan will add an additional 400 points to the Skyhawk Base Meal Plan of 1510 for the semester. Due to a wide range of eating habits, some students require additional funds. Any remaining points above the base of 1510 will carry from semester to semester and are refundable. Points remaining on the base meal plan of 1510 are non-refundable at the end of the academic year. History shows that 23 percent of students choose the Hill Topper Plan.
The Summit Meal Plan will add an additional 600 points to the Skyhawk Base Meal Plan of 1510 for the semester. Due to a wide range of eating habits, some students require additional funds. Any remaining points above the base of 1510 will carry from semester to semester and are refundable. Points remaining on the base meal plan of 1510 are non-refundable at the end of the academic year. History shows that 17 percent of students move to the Summit Plan.
The Flight Crew Plan is a MEAL PLAN designed for commuter students and will add 600 points for use at all dining locations on campus, The Commons, The Hill, Ace's Place, Holy Cross Center, GiGi's Cafe, AuBon Pain and Dunkin Donuts. These funds cannot be used at vending machines or at the Bookstore. Funds will carry from semester to semester and are refundable upon request.
Meal Plan Points
All resident students are required to be on the Skyhawk Base Meal Plan and receive a base of 1510 in dining points each semester. Points can be used at any on campus eating venue including Dunkin' Donuts in the Shield’s Science Center and Au Bon Pain in the Welcome Center as well as GiGi’s Café in the Meehan Business Center.
Unused base fall meal plan points carry to the spring semester. At the end of the spring semester, any base points not used are forfeited. Students wishing to add additional points can do so using a credit card with no fee at www.stonehill.edu/managemyhillcard.
Points added to the base plan are refundable.
While paying the tuition bill online through the billing portal, students and authorized users can elect the Hill Topper Plan for 1910 points each semester, or the Summit Plan for 2110 points each semester. Any remaining points above the Skyhawk Base Plan will roll over to the next semester and are refundable.
Please visit Stonehill Dining Services for further information about the meal plan at https://stonehill.sodexomyway.com/my-meal-plan/
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dining Services at 508-565-1888.
Hill Card Points
Hill Card Points is a voluntary debit account that may be used to make purchases at a variety of on- and off-campus locations (bookstore, vending machines, mailroom, etc.). Unused Hill Card Points are 100% refundable and carry over from semester to semester.
Anyone may add points to your Hill Card Points by making a guest deposit. You will need a credit or debit card and the student’s identification number in order to make a deposit. A minimum of 25 points and a maximum of 750 points are allowed per deposit, and there is no fee for this transaction.
Remember: Unused Hill Points are 100% refundable and carry over from semester to semester.
How the Meal Plan Works
At the start of each semester the appropriate points will be credited to your Base 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, Gigi’s Café, Au Bon Pain, Dunkin'* and Holy Cross Center. These purchases are debited from your Base Meal Plan points account, similar to using a bank debit card. Any food items selected in any of the food areas or ordered through the Bite mobile ordering app will be totaled and debited from the meal plan points. Any funds unused at the end of fall semester will roll over to spring semester. Fall points will be used prior to using spring points.
Besides purchasing food items in person, you can preorder food by using the Bite mobile ordering app at the Roche Dining Commons, The Hill and Au Bon Pain. You will need to download the app to your mobile device, set up your account, and link your Hill Card to this App. Visit https://bite.sodexo.com/ or you can find the app on the Apple App Store or Google Play
*For the 2023-2024 academic year, first-year students in the Class of 2027 will only be able to spend $75 per semester from their meal plan account at Dunkin'. Students may use unlimited Hill Dollars or added meal funds at Dunkin' after the $75 meal plan limit.
How to Check Your Balance
Throughout the year, you should check your meal plan points so that you can best monitor your spending. There are three ways to check your balance:
2. View the card balances display on any of the cash registers at all campus dining locations; and/or
3. Ask the cashier what your balance is following a sale or request a receipt.
If you have any questions regarding how the Base Meal Plan points work or need assistance, stop by the Dining Services Office located at the Roche Commons, or call our office at (508) 565-1888. We will be happy to discuss any questions or concerns you may have.
Commuter students are not required to be on a Base Meal Plan; however, commuter students may add points to their Hill Card (discretionary) account for this purpose.
Meal Plan Accommodations
Students may request a special accommodation for medical purposes. Please visit Accessibility Services or call 508-565-1306 for information regarding medical requests for meal plan accommodations.