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Top Ten Most Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the price of the meal plan? The meal plan is covered under the Residential Comprehensive Fee that was charged on the student account.
  2. Do meals roll over for next semester’s usage if they are not all used? Meals are for semester use only. They do not roll over. Leftover meals at the end of each semester are forfeited. First semester meals need to be used by 12/15/13 and second semester meals need to be used by 5/17/14.
  3. How many meals can be used per week so they won’t run out before the semester ends? Take the number of meals on the meal plan you are on and divide by 15 (the approximate number of weeks in the semester) to get your result.
  4. Where are both regular and guest meals used? Both regular and guest meals can be used at USDAN University Center in the Marketplace for breakfast, brunch/lunch and dinner and at Summerfields for lunch and dinner and also at Weshop for lunch, Monday- Friday only.
  5. What is the wisest use of meals? The wisest use of meals is for dinner followed by brunch/lunch. These are the two most expensive meals on campus if purchased with declining balance points.
  6. Do declining balance points roll over from semester to semester and year to year? Declining balance points roll over from semester to semester but not year to year. All declining balance points need to be used by 5/17/14 or they will be forfeited.
  7. Where are declining balance points used on campus? Declining balance points can only be used on campus at the following locations: Albritton Café, Café at USDAN University Center (1st Floor), Chique Chaque at Psi Upsilon, Marketplace at USDAN University Center (2nd Floor), PI Café at Exley Science Center, Red & Black Café at Broad Street Books, Summerfields at Butterfield C, Star and Crescent Eating Club at Alpha Delta Phi, Weshop Convenience Store at Foss 2 and Weswings Restaurant at 156 High Street.
  8. How about some information about Middletown Cash? Middletown Cash follows you for as long as you are enrolled at the university, but unlike an ATM card your funds are not available for cash withdrawal. When you run out of meal plan points, the system automatically defaults to Middletown Cash so you can continue to eat uninterrupted at the same on campus locations listed under the declining balance point information above. Middletown Cash can also be used at the following on campus locations at the USDAN University Center 1st floor/basement-  Cardinal Technology Center, Wesleyan Station, USDAN copier, and vending machines; Albritton Café; Broad Street Books; and in various dorms for both laundry and vending machines. Middletown Cash can also be used at the following off campus locations: CVS Pharmacy on Main St. Ext.; Illiano’s Pizzeria on Washington St.; It’s Only Natural Market ; It’s Only Natural Restaurant; Mondo; Osaka Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar; Papa John's Pizza; Subway 170-2 main Street ;Tandoor Indian Cuisine;Thai Gardens Restaurant;The New England Emporium Eatery  and The Nest. Please go to the WesCard web site at https://wesleyan-sp.blackboard.com/eaccounts/ frequently to check announcements for new merchant updates.
  9. If I lose my ID, what needs to be done? Go into the WesCard web site to the eAccounts page through your e-portfolio and click on Deactivate Card so it can't be used. You are responsible for all usage on your WesCard. If you find the card that you just deactivated you can reactivate it on the eAccounts page or go to the WesCard Office, North College Room 111 between 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday to have the usage of the card returned to you. This is the only place that can reactivate your card. If you cannot find your card and need a replacement you need to go to the WesCard Office at the above address during the times listed. You will fill out a replacement ID form, the ID will be created and the replacement fee of $ 20.00 will be billed to the student account .If the WesCard Office is shut for the day and it is during the week, please go to either to the office of Residential Life or Public Safety to obtain a temporary access card and temporary dining form. On weekends, please go to the office of Public Safety to obtain the above temporary items.
  10. How do I properly care for my ID? Do not bend,  break in half, crack or punch a hole in your ID as this will cause it to stop letting you into your dorm. You will need to get a replacement ID card at the WesCard Office for the damaged card at a cost of  $ 20.00 that will be billed to your student account.