If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office,
we would be happy to speak with you!
Spangler Hall (main office for Spangler, Baran and Burton) 360-412-6163
Parsons Hall 360-923-8727
Saint Martin's University
Office of Housing and Residence Life
5000 Abbey Way SE
Lacey, WA 98503
Meal plan options
Meal plan requirement
All residents who do not live in apartment spaces and are ineligible
to do so must purchase a traditional (gold, silver, or bronze) meal
plan. Traditional meal plans do not include meals during vacation
periods (winter, spring, and summer breaks). In most cases, food service
is available on a cash basis during vacation periods. Residents who live
in campus apartments are not required to purchase a meal plan; however,
meal plan options are available for apartment residents.
- Those who are eligible for apartments, but choose to live in
suites must have a meal plan, but may select an apartment meal
- Residents who live in apartments on campus are not required
to purchase a meal plan; however, all meal plan options are
available to apartment residents.
- Meal plans may be selected and changed by submitting an
online request before the add/drop date, but no changes will be
- Fall meal plan balances carry over to spring with the
purchase of a traditional (bronze, silver, or gold) meal plan.
At the end of the spring semester, all balances expire.
Meal plan options
Meal plan options overview for additional meal plan options and
Meal plan changes
Meal plans may be changed by submitting the
meal plan change form
anytime before the University's add/drop date for the respective
semester, but no changes will be made thereafter.
Meal plan balances and refunds
Fall meal plan balances carry over to spring with the purchase of a
traditional (bronze, silver, or gold) meal plan the following semester.
At the end of the spring semester, all balances expire. Students leaving
housing are responsible for cancelling their meal plans in the Office of
Student Accounts, and board charges will be assessed at a daily rate and
prorated based on the number of days remaining in the semester.