The new student registration form is not yet available, but stay tuned! In the meantime, have a look at the meal plan options that are offered.
Undergraduate students living in residence halls that are not a part Senior Privileged Housing are required to participate in one of the Hawkins Hall Meal Plans that are available to them each semester.
Undergraduate residents have five meal plans to choose from. Each plan depicts the number of meals that are available during the semester and can be used in Hawkins Hall as well as Fresh. Munch money is included with each plan and can be used at Fresh located in the Waybright Center for a quick to-go meal or a late night snack. Unused block plan meals can be rolled over to the spring semester only with the purchase of another block 240, 210, 140, or 100 plan. Munch money expires at the end of each semester. All meals expire at the end of the academic year.
Dining Services also offers an All Access plan that gives you access to Hawkins Dining Hall from 7 AM – 7 PM. This plan is great for athletes who need more frequent meals between workouts or practices, and for on-campus students who aren't able to get off campus for meals during the week. Students on the All Access plan don't need to track their meal usage either.
|Meal Plan||Meals per Semester||Munch Money||Plan Information||Price per Semester|
|All Access||• Exclusive to Hawkins Dining Hall, cannot be used at Fresh
• Access to Hawkins Monday-Friday from 7AM-7PM, plus weekend hours
• Great for athletes who need more frequent meals
•Great for on-campus residents who cannot travel off campus for meals
|Block 240||240||$100||• All students are eligible
• Approximately 15 meals per week
|Block 210||210||$50||• All students are eligible
• Approximately 13 meals per week
|Block 140||140||$50||• All students are eligible
• Approximately 9 meals per week
|Block 100||100||Not Included||• Student teachers during either fall or spring semester are eligible
• Students who purchase a Block 240, 210, or 140 plan in the fall are eligible for a Block 100 in the spring
|10||Not Included||• Only undergraduate students who are commuting or living in TC Senior Privileged Housing are eligible
• All apartment residents are eligible • All graduate students are eligible
Munch Money is Dining Services credit that is added to your ID card with the purchase of an eligible meal plan and can be used at FRESH for a quick "to go" meal or a late night snack.
Do you know what you want to study? Do you have no idea? Do you plan on trying a few different classes before deciding? A lot of students take core classes, as well as a combination of general education and major/elective courses during their first semester of college. If you know what you want to study, great! But if you're unsure, don't sweat it. Your Admissions Counselor can help you choose and put you in touch with our amazing professors.
Part of the New Student Registration Form asks you for your course preferences. Based on the course preferences you chose on the Registration Form, the Associate Academic Dean will individually review and register you for fall classes. We can't always register you for all of the courses you request, but we do our best to put you into courses that you will enjoy. It may be helpful to look at the requirements for your major and/or course descriptions while you are filling out the registration from. These will be available in the most current Academic Catalog.
The Records office will process your course registration and mail you a schedule. You will have the opportunity to make changes to your schedule during New Student Orientation.