All upperclass meals are assigned a rollover value. If you miss a meal, the assigned dollar rollover value ($3.15) will be added to your Meal Money Account for use at any campus dining location, including the Markets.
A: Money from these programs is added to your Meal Money Account and can be used in any campus dining location, including the Markets.
Each location has a different defined meal that varies based on menu offerings. All options will be outlined in signs available in each concept.
Any purchase that is not included as part of the defined meal will be charged the appropriate retail price and may be paid for from your Commodore Cash or Meal Money Accounts. A benefit of the rollover and meal money is the ability to have larger meals or additional items by utilizing the “money” added from these programs.
Every station has vegetarian and low-fat options. If you are on a special or restricted diet, please e-mail our staff dietitian Dianne Davis firstname.lastname@example.org to help guide you through your choices.
Yes. Since each meal is defined and you pay for any items that aren’t included, you may take out all the items that are included in your plan or paid for individually. The exceptions are Commons Dining and Saturday Brunch at Rand. In an effort to build community and maintain a green facility, Commons Dining does not offer carry out containers.
The Commodore Card Office has a great website that allows you to view your account status online: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/commodorecard/
Go to our online MEALS Selection System here.
Please note that you may not drop any meal plan during the semester, only in-between semesters. Remember that all first-, second, and third-year students have certain plan requirements for both the fall and spring semesters. For more information, visit our Adjust a Plan page in the Parents’ section.
Money in Commodore Cash will roll over every semester until graduation or withdraw, and then any amount over $10 will be refunded. Funds in the Meal Money Account not used by the end of the spring semester each year will not be refunded.
In the event of withdrawing from the University, refunds are prorated according to University guidelines and adjusted based on remaining Meal Money balance.