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Signed up for unlimited for the fall. There didn't seem like a huge difference in cost between unlimited and the next highest-priced one, so why not unlimited.
If you plan to eat at the dining halls almost every day, go unlimited. There's not much difference in price between that and the next highest one. However, if you know you won't eat there a lot, go with the 75 and save some money. You can change meal plans at the end of the quarter for the next one.
I have a 100 block meal plan because it will get me the amount of meals I need without being as expensive as Unlimited. However, most of my friends have unlimited.
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Written by Anne Reiman
The phrase "dorm food" is notorious at most schools, but DU's on-campus dining isn't that bad. Sodexho Marriott, the campus food and beverage supplier, tries to be creative and provide students with variation, but inevitably some meals in the dorms are served repeatedly. Many sophomore students complain about being required to have a meal plan, and some opt either to shop for their own food or eat off campus, regardless of the plan. The expense of eating off campus is eased by applying flex points at some off-campus vendors, although students sometimes say they wish more off-campus restaurants accepted flex points.
Several cafés are located strategically throughout campus, boosting tired students with quick caffeine shots when needed. The cafés also have wired connections and plenty of outlets for computers, making them perfect study spots. Many healthy options such as fruit salads, yogurt parfaits, and light sandwiches are available. If the sugar bug bites, though, don't miss out on the baked goodies, including giant peanut butter cookies and chocolate chip brownies.
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