Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Meal Plans and Campus Cash
Campus cash does not roll over from fall to spring. Any unused campus cash is forfeited at the end of a semester. Campus cash may be used at any retail dining location, the Campus Store, and/or vending.
All on-campus residential students must purchase a residential meal plan. All students may purchase a meal plan. Our dining program offers a variety of meal plans to best fit your preferences.
Residential students will select their meal plan through the online survey on UCanWeb. Meal plan changes for residential students will be accepted until Friday of the first full week of classes each semester. Please email email@example.com, from your campus email, and be sure to include your student ID number with your meal plan selection. If you have any questions regarding meal plans, call 315-386-7623 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changes to meal plans must be made by Friday of the first full week of classes. Please contact CA Student Support/Meal Plans: 315-386-7624 or visit 2nd floor of Miller Campus Center
No, meal plans are non-transferable and meant for the sole use of the student to whom it was issued; however, if your meal plan contains guest passes, you may use them for visitors, students, etc. Campus does operate a program Swipe it Forward, a program that allows enrolled students who need to access additional “swipes” in times of need.
If a student officially withdraws from campus and provides the required authorization from the college, a prorated refund may be issued after a utilization review. Refunds based on lack of meal plan use cannot be refunded. Please consult the Campus Catalog for policy details.
Campus Cash is money associated with your meal that can only be used on campus at dining locations, the Campus Store, and at vending machines. Roo Express is funding that can be applied at any food service location, the Campus Store, or vending machines. Roo Express is also currently accepted at a variety of off-campus locations.
Alternative Meal Options
The Student Health Center will alert Dining Services of your illness and dining staff will work with you to have a meal prepared for pick up.
Meal transfers or boxed meals may be available to residential meal plan holders that have an academic or work conflict. Please stop by the College Association Dining Office (located in Chaney Dining Center) from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday – Friday with your ID and Schedule.
College Association, Inc.
34 Cornell Drive
Canton, NY 13617
CA Student Support/Meal Plans: 315-386-7624
ID Cards/SGA Deposits & Accounting: 315-386-7210
Chaney Dining Center: 315-386-7634
Campus Center Store: 315-386-7319