Off-Campus Dining Plan Terms

Off-Campus Dining Plan Terms
UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING
Block Dining Plan
2014-2015 Non-Residential Dining Services Contract Terms and Conditions
Please read all provisions of this contract; you are legally bound by these terms and conditions.
1-866-653-0212 or 307-766-3175 • Web Address: www.uwyo.edu/reslife-dining • E-mail: [email protected]
(Please notify the Department of Residence Life & Dining Services if you need to receive these terms and conditions in another format.)
Read this document carefully prior to signing your Non-Residential Dining Services Contract. The contract is a legally binding
document for that portion of the year as defined herein. The Non-Residential Dining Services options described are offered under the
terms and conditions stated herein.
CONTRACT
Eligibility
Non-Residential dining plans at the University of Wyoming Washakie Dining Center are open to students, faculty, and staff who are
exempt from the University of Wyoming New Student Live-in Policy and not currently living in the residence halls, has been granted a
contract release from the University of Wyoming Residence Halls, or is not currently required by another contract or agreement to
possess a specific dining plan. (Exemptions can be requested with the Executive Director of Residence Life, Dining Services and the
Wyoming Union or his/her designated Residence Life & Dining Services administrator.)
Residence Life & Dining Services reserves the right to use an individual’s disciplinary status as a factor in eligibility for Non-Residential
dining plan.
Contract Transfer or Reassignment
A Non-Residential Dining Services Contract may not be transferred or reassigned. The contract holder may allow a guest(s) to
access the Washakie Dining Center using his/her remaining meal(s) under the following conditions:
a.
b.
c.
The contract holder along with the guest(s) are both present at the time of entrance (Parties of more than 10 who intend to use a
single block dining plan to access the dining center at a single meal must notify Dining Services 24 hours in advance).
The contract holder has a valid WyoOne card or temporary card issued by Residence Life & Dining Services at the time of entrance.
All guests and contract holders are subject to the Residence Life & Dining Services “Student’s Responsibilities and Rights” which is
available upon request in the Residence Life & Dining Services main office or online.
Contract Period
a. This contract is between you and the University of Wyoming.
b. The contract is effective from August 22, 2014 to December 14, 2014, January 10, 2015 to May 10, 2015, and May 19, 2015 through
August 20, 2015 (or on the date of the last meal served). Unused meals will carry over from fall to spring and again from spring to
summer semesters. At the conclusion of the last meal of the summer semester, any remaining meals will be forfeited. Changes to
these contract dates must be approved in writing by the Executive Director, Residence Life, Dining Services and the Wyoming
Union.
c. Meals purchased under this contract cannot be used for the April Specialty Dinner (i.e. the Beach Party Dinner).
This contract is binding for that portion of the year remaining at the time of signing as defined herein.
Facilities & Space Assignment
This contract applies to the Washakie Dining Center.
a. Residence Life & Dining Services reserves the right to terminate all or portions of the contract if facilities are deemed unusable.
b. Residence Life & Dining Services reserves the right to change space designations of facilities and dining plan requirements of
areas/buildings as necessary.
Dining Plan Participation
Dining plan charges include access to the Washakie Dining Center.
a.
Students with special dietary needs must contact the Dining Services.
b.
WyoOne Card identification is required for entrance into the Washakie Dining Center at all times.
c.
DINING DOLLARS are not available for any of the block dining plans and can only be purchased or used with a weekly meal plan.
d.
Each student may have only one active dining plan at a given time.
e.
Washakie Dining Center hours of operation are outlined on the Residence Life & Dining Services website or upon request. Hours
are subject to change.
CONTRACT RATES AND PAYMENT
Dining Plan Rates
Dining plan rates for 2014-15 are approved by the Board of Trustees. The rates are available in the Residence Life & Dining Services
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office and are posted on the Residence Life & Dining Services website.
Charges and Payment Procedures
You agree to pay the dining plan rates for the options you select on your contract. You promise to pay the University charges for the
dining plan in the manner indicated on the Non-Residential Dining Services Contract.
a.
Students
•
•
•
Charges billed to students’ accounts are due according to the terms and conditions of the UW Institutional Payment Plan.
Dining plan payments should be made to the Office of the Cashier in Knight Hall or via the web through their student account.
If dining plan charges are not paid according to the contracted payment schedule, meal privileges will be terminated
immediately.
•
Arrangements must be made with the Accounts Receivable office for payment of past due obligations upon receipt of notice.
CONTRACT CANCELLATION
Dining Plan Refund Policy And Contract Cancellation
a. Block dining plans will not be refunded, or pro-rated.
b. Once purchased, the block dining plan cannot be cancelled or modified.
c.
Failure to use the dining plan does not release you from the financial obligations of this contract.
BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATIONS
You agree to abide by the policies and regulations established in the UW Residence Life & Dining Services Contract, and Responsibilities and Rights
for Residence Halls and Dining Services (which can be found through: http://www.uwyo.edu/reslife-dining/halls/index.html); the University of Wyoming
Student Code of Conduct pamphlet; and local, state and Federal laws. Failure to do so may result in rescinding the use of all or part of dining
privileges, disciplinary eviction, responsibility to pay all dining plan charges for the remaining dates of the contract and other appropriate
sanctions. You will be immediately suspended from occupancy or dining plan participation if the University determines continued
occupancy or dining plan participation poses substantial risk or harm to the safety of yourself or others, or unduly interrupts legitimate
operational processes of the University. Responsibilities & Rights information is available at the Residence Life & Dining Services office.
PROPERTY AND DAMAGES
Damages
You agree to pay for damages to the building, including fire damage, any damaged or missing furniture, any lost property, changes to
locks or keys, or any service costs due to your actions or neglect. You may be held financially responsible for repair of all damages
incurred by either you or your guests to University or personal property of others.
Governmental and Sovereign Immunity
The University does not waive its governmental or sovereign immunity by entering into this contract and fully retains all immunities and
defenses provided by law with regard to any action based on this contract. Any actions or claims against the University under this
Agreement must be in accordance with and are controlled by the Wyoming Governmental Claims Act, W.S. 1-39-101 et seq. (1977) as
amended.
University Residence Life & Dining Services personnel reserve the right to deny access to the Dining Service facilities when students
and/or their guests are disruptive in that environment.
Interpretation
The Parties hereto agree that (i) the laws of Wyoming shall govern this Agreement, and (ii) any questions arising hereunder shall be
construed according to such laws, (iii) this Agreement has been negotiated and executed in the State of Wyoming and is enforceable in the
courts of Wyoming.
Contract Modifications
Modifications and/or exceptions to the Non-Residential Dining Services Contract are not permitted without advance written approval
from the Executive Director of Residence Life, Dining Services and the Wyoming Union, or a designated administrator. All requests for
approval must be submitted in writing and will be responded to in writing. You must keep a written copy of any approved exceptions. The
University reserves the right to modify the provision of services in whatever manner it determines appropriate.
The University of Wyoming is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, or political belief in any aspect of employment or services. The institution’s educational
programs, activities, and services offered to students and/or employees are administered on a nondiscriminatory basis subject to the provisions of all civil rights,
laws, and statutes. Evidence of practices that are not consistent with this policy should be reported to the Employment Practices Officer at (307) 766-3459.
The University of Wyoming, in compliance with Federal regulations, has compiled a report on public safety that lists safety procedures, education programs,
reporting procedures, and crime statistics for the previous three years. To obtain a copy, please call (307) 766-5188, or write to: University of Wyoming Police
Department, Dept. 3124, 1000 E. University Avenue, Laramie, WY 82071 or http://www.uwyo.edu/UWPD/
2014-‐2015 Block Dining Plan Terms & Conditions
UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING
Weekly Dining Plan
2014-2015 Non-Residential Dining Services Contract Terms and Conditions
Please read all provisions of this contract; you are legally bound by these terms and conditions
1-866-653-0212 or 307-766-3175 • Web Address: www.uwyo.edu/reslife-dining • E-mail: [email protected]
(Please notify the Department of Residence Life & Dining Services if you need to receive the terms and conditions in another format.)
Read this document carefully prior to signing your Non-Residential Dining Services Contract. The contract is a legally binding
document for the entire academic year or that portion of the year as defined herein. The Non-Residential Dining Services options
described are offered under the terms and conditions stated herein.
CONTRACT
Eligibility
Non-Residential dining plans at the University of Wyoming Washakie Dining Center are open to students, faculty, and staff who are
exempt from the University of Wyoming New Student Live-in Policy and not currently living in the residence halls, has been granted a
contract release from the University of Wyoming Residence Halls, or is not currently required by another contract or agreement to
possess a specific dining plan. (Exemptions can be requested with the Executive Director of Residence Life, Dining Services and the
Wyoming Union or his/her designated Residence Life & Dining Services administrator.)
Residence Life & Dining Services reserves the right to use an individual’s disciplinary status as a factor in eligibility for Non-Residential
dining plan.
Contract Transfer or Reassignment
A Non-Residential Dining Services Contract may not be transferred or reassigned. Meal accesses may be used only by the individual
to whom the contract is issued. The contract holder may allow a guest(s) to access the Washakie Dining Center using his/her
guest meal pass(es) under the following conditions:
a.
b.
c.
The contract holder along with the guest(s) are both present at the time of entrance.
The contract holder has a valid WyoOne card or temporary card issued by Residence Life & Dining Services at the time of entrance.
All guests and contract holders are subject to the Residence Life & Dining Services “Student’s Responsibilities and Rights” which is
available upon request in the Residence Life & Dining Services main office or online.
Contract Period
a. This contract is between you and the University of Wyoming.
b. This contract is effective from August 22, 2014 to December 14, 2014, January 10, 2015 to May 10, 2015, (or on the date of the last
meal served). Unused meals will not carry over from week to week (Sunday through Saturday) or from fall to spring semester.
At the conclusion of the last meal of the spring semester, any remaining meals will be forfeited. Changes to these contract dates
must be approved in writing by the Executive Director of Residence Life, Dining Services and the Wyoming Union. Unused Dining
Dollars balances transfer from fall to spring, spring to summer, but not from summer to fall.
This contract is binding for the entire academic year or that portion of the year remaining at the time of signing.
Facilities & Space Assignment
This contract applies to all facilities operated or run by Residence Life & Dining Services.
a. Residence Life & Dining Services reserves the right to terminate all or portions of the contract if facilities are deemed unusable.
b. Residence Life & Dining Services reserves the right to change space designations of facilities and dining plan requirements of
areas/buildings as necessary
Dining Plan Participation
Dining plan charges include access to the Washakie Dining Center and DINING DOLLARS money ($50 DINING DOLLARS for the
12-, 15-, and unlimited-accesses/week dining plans, and DINING DOLLARS upgrades to any of the 7-, 9-, 12-, 15-, and unlimitedaccess/ week dining plans)
a.
Students with a Non-Residential dining plan may change their dining plan once per semester prior to September 20, 2014 in the fall
semester or prior to February 14, 2015 in the spring semester. Multiple dining plan changes are subject to departmental approval
and may be assessed a charge. Dining plan refunds will be subject to the appropriate dining plan refund outlined herein. To change
your plan, you will need to fill out a dining-plan change form at the Residence Life & Dining Services office located in the lower
level of the Washakie Center during business hours as defined by the University of Wyoming. All DINING DOLLARS is nonrefundable and the optional DINING DOLLARS may be modified or canceled on a semester basis prior to the beginning of the
semester as defined by the Contract Period stated herein.
b.
Students with special dietary needs must contact the Dining Services.
c.
WyoOne Card identification is required for entrance into the Washakie Dining Center at all times.
d.
Each student may have only one active dining plan at a given time.
2014-‐2015 Weekly Dining Plan Terms & Conditions
e.
Washakie Dining Center hours of operation are outlined on the Residence Life & Dining Services website or upon request. Hours
are subject to change.
CONTRACT RATES AND PAYMENT
Dining Plan Rates
Dining plan rates for 2014-2015 are approved by the Board of Trustees. The rates are available in the Residence Life & Dining Services
office and will be posted on the Residence Life & Dining Services website.
Charges and Payment Procedures
You agree to pay the dining plan rates for the options you select on your contract. You promise to pay the University charges for the
dining plan in the manner indicated on the Non-Residential Dining Services Contract.
a.
Students
• Charges billed to students accounts are due according to the terms and conditions of the UW Institutional Payment Plan
Dining plan payments should be made to the Office of the Cashier in Knight Hall or via the web through their student account.
•
If dining plan charges are not paid according to the contracted payment schedule, meal privileges will be terminated
immediately.
• Arrangements must be made with the Accounts Receivable office for payment of past due obligations upon receipt of notice.
Dining Plan Refund Policy
If you are not receiving Federal Financial Aid, you will receive a pro-rated refund based on the following:
a. Weekly dining plan refund pro-rations will be based on the Sunday following the contract cancellation per the contract cancellation
policy. The UW proration tables are available for review in the Residence Life & Dining Services office.
b. Refunds will not be granted for cancellations or withdrawals that occur during the last two weeks of a semester.
•
c.
Failure to use the dining plan does not release you from this contract.
d.
All DINING DOLLARS are non-refundable and the optional DINING DOLLARS may be modified or canceled on a semester
basis prior to the beginning of the semester as defined by the Dining Plan Participation stated herein.
Federal Financial Aid Recipients
In accordance with Federal law, dining plan charges for Federal Aid recipients will be refunded in the following manner:
When a student who receives Federal Financial Aid withdraws from the university, he or she may owe a repayment of federal funds
and/or be due a refund from UW or owe an additional amount to UW. The Federal Return of Funds policy will be applied before any
refund due under the UW policy is disbursed. For details on the application of these policies to a specific situation, please consult with
the Accounts Receivable Office, 250 Knight Hall, (307) 766-6232.
CONTRACT CANCELLATION
Contract Cancellation
Recipients of a Weekly Non-Residential dining plan may cancel their contract prior to September 20, 2014 in the fall semester
or prior to February 14, 2015 in the spring semester. Refunds will be subject to the refund policy provided in this contract.
Procedures for cancellation are available in the Residence Life & Dining Services office, and all forms and procedures must
be completed before an individual is released from his/her contract. Any refunds or cancellations not defined herein are
subject to the approval of the Executive Director of Residence Life, Dining Services and the Wyoming Union or his/her
designated Residence Life & Dining Services administrator. Failure to use the dining plan does not automatically release you
from the financial obligations of this contract.
BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATIONS
You agree to abide by the policies and regulations established in the UW Residence Life & Dining Services Contract, and Responsibilities and Rights
for Residence Halls and Dining Services (which can be found through: http://www.uwyo.edu/reslife-dining/halls/index.html); the University of Wyoming
Student Code of Conduct pamphlet; and local, state and Federal laws. Failure to do so may result in rescinding the use of all or part of dining
privileges, disciplinary eviction, responsibility to pay all dining plan charges for the remaining dates of the contract and other appropriate
sanctions. You will be immediately suspended from occupancy or dining plan participation if the University determines continued
occupancy or dining plan participation poses substantial risk or harm to the safety of yourself or others, or unduly interrupts legitimate
operational processes of the University. Responsibilities & Rights information is available at the Residence Life & Dining Services office.
PROPERTY AND DAMAGES
Damages
You agree to pay for damages to the building, including fire damage, any damaged or missing furniture, any lost property, cha nges to
locks or keys, or any service costs due to your actions or neglect. You may be held financially responsible for repair of all damages
incurred by either you or your guests to University or personal property of others.
2014-‐2015 Weekly Dining Plan Terms & Conditions
Governmental and Sovereign Immunity
The University does not waive its governmental or sovereign immunity by entering into this contract and fully retains all immunities and
defenses provided by law with regard to any action based on this contract. Any actions or claims against the University under this
Agreement must be in accordance with and are controlled by the Wyoming Governmental Claims Act, W.S. 1-39-101 et seq. (1977) as
amended.
University Residence Life & Dining Services personnel reserve the right to deny access to the Dining Service facilities when students
and/or their guests are disruptive in that environment.
Interpretation
The Parties hereto agree that (i) the laws of Wyoming shall govern this Agreement, and (ii) any questions arising hereunder shall be
construed according to such laws, (iii) this Agreement has been negotiated and executed in the State of Wyoming and is enforceable in the
courts of Wyoming.
Contract Modifications
Modifications and/or exceptions to the Non-Residential Dining Services Contract are not permitted without advance written approval
from the Executive Director of Residence Life, Dining Services and the Wyoming Union, or a designated administrator. All requests for
approval must be submitted in writing and will be responded to in writing. You must keep a written copy of any approved exceptions. The
University reserves the right to modify the provision of services in whatever manner it determines appropriate.
The University of Wyoming is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, or political belief in any aspect of employment or services. The institution’s educational
programs, activities, and services offered to students and/or employees are administered on a nondiscriminatory basis subject to the provisions of all civil rights,
laws, and statutes. Evidence of practices that are not consistent with this policy should be reported to the Employment Practices Officer at (307) 766-3459.
The University of Wyoming, in compliance with Federal regulations, has compiled a report on public safety that lists safety procedures, education programs,
reporting procedures, and crime statistics for the previous three years. To obtain a copy, please call (307) 766-5188, or write to: University of Wyoming Police
Department, Dept. 3124, 1000 E. University Avenue, Laramie, WY 82071 or http://www.uwyo.edu/UWPD/
2014-‐2015 Weekly Dining Plan Terms & Conditions
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