Designed for students who want three square meals, the First-Year Club offers the most robust list of features and special perks. This membership keeps a student with a large appetite fueled for success.
The membership with the most benefits, the First-Year Club costs $6,770 and offers $2,012 a quarter to spend on food. That breaks down into about $25.15 per day, seven days a week or $35.21 per day, five days a week.
Not everyone needs, or has the time for, three squares a day, and for those students there is First-Year Plus. Striking a great balance between special features and cost efficiency, this plan is enough to keep a student with an average appetite fueled for success.
This membership costs $6,185 and offers students $1,750 to spend on food each quarter. That breaks down into about $21.88 per day, seven days a week or $30.63 per day, five days a week.
For those with a lighter appetite, there is the First-Year Basic. This is the most cost-conscious membership and is a good fit for a student who is happy to graze throughout the day or one who will eat off campus often.
This membership costs $5,717 and offers $1,527 each quarter to spend on food. That breaks down into about $19.09 per day, seven days a week or $26.72 per day, five days a week.
|Complimentary Premium Meal Passes redeemable at special meal events||12||6||-|
|Reusable Cal Poly Tumbler with 100 fills preloaded||✅||✅||✅|
|Remaining dining dollars roll over quarter to quarter||✅||✅||✅|
|At year end, remaining dining dollars roll over to the next academic year with the purchase of a 2023-24 community plan by June 20, 2023||✅||✅||✅|
|12 Guest Passes for parents and supporters to eat free at the second floor of Vista Grande||✅||✅||✅|
|$200 dining cost for move-in and Week of Welcome (WOW)||✅||✅||✅|