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There’s more to Student Financial Services than just tuition assistance

Most people know that the Office of Student of Financial Services (SFS) is where students go to help finance tuition, room and board. However, many don’t realize just how much SFS can give students or how their processes work. The aim of this article is to help give students a holistic overview of how to take advantage of everything SFS offers.

Rory Mather | Contributing Reporter

Changes to meal plans equalize costs for students

All students living on campus will contribute equally to Washington University’s overhead costs through their meal plans starting next year. The University is also changing the way it calculates overhead costs per plan. The new on-campus meal plans will all have the same built-in overhead fee.

| Senior News Editor

Bon Appétit pockets unused meal points at the end of each year

Bon Appétit pockets unused meal points at the end of each year, Student Life has learned. About 1% of meal points purchased in undergraduate plans are returned to the food service company that operates dining halls on the Danforth Campus, according to Steve Hoffner, Associate Vice Chancellor for Operations.

| News Editor

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