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ERIC Number: ED071550
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 24
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Meal Plans.
Pence, John T.
Changing life styles for college students are causing food service directors to change their ways of serving students. Students today seem to prefer living in privately owned apartments and houses where they can provide and cook their own food to living on campus and having meals prepared for them. Many colleges and universities are eliminating required board fees that students have protested as being unfair. This paper presents some alternatives that have been instituted at several campuses to the traditional meal plans. These plans include short-order types of eating facilities rather than cafeterias and dining halls, and meal plans in which the student would pay for any 15 or 20 meals per week that he might choose to eat. (HS)
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Note: Speech presented at the Conference of the Association of College and University Housing Officers, Kansas State University, 1972