Student Dining Appeals
All full-time undergraduate students participate in the Tiger Eat$ program. If you are an undergraduate student, enrolled in 12 or more credit hours and at least one of your classes is on campus, you will automatically have $300 in Tiger Eat$ added to your account each fall and spring semester. Tiger Eat$ can only be appealled for dietary circumstances.
Dining appeals for any fee, charge, or refund will be prorated based on weeks in the semester. Dining appeals must be submitted during the current registered term in which the dining fee assessment was made. The following deadlines will apply:
- Fall semester appeals - November 1
- Spring semester appeals - March 1
Appeal requests must be received by the filing deadline date. Exceptions to the deadline will not be granted.
Submission for student dining appeals for the Fall 2020 semester has expired.
Submission for student dining appeals for the Spring 2021 semester has expired.
Student Dining Appeals Form Documentation
The examples provided below are circumstances for which a student may apply for a Student Dining Appeal. Failure to include required documents with the Student Dining Appeal submission could result in a delay and/or denial of request. Student Meal Plan appeal decisions can take up to 3-4 weeks.
Please review and read all information.
|Student Not Returning to Campus||Students who have withdrawn and will not be returning the following semester||
A Student Dining Appeals form is not required – Adjustments will be automatically made to your account after the drop/add date, less any usage
Please note: All Tiger Eats funds remaining from the Fall semester on the student’s account will roll to the spring semester. Funds will expire at the end of the Spring semester.
|Dietary – Allergy||Students with dietary restrictions||
Up-to-date medical documentation of specific food allergies. This must be provided by a doctor’s office, allergy clinic, or registered dietitian.
Student will also need to register with Disability Resources for Students (DRS) in order to make any special accommodations.
Documentation from Dining Services indicating that student and dining services have reviewed the food service options and a decision has been made. To make an appointment with the UofM Dining Services Registered Dietitian, please visit the Disability Resources for Students (https://www.memphis.edu/drs/) for accommodations and or visit the UofMDining under the Wellness & Sustainability for additional information.
|Dietary – Religious||Student with dietary restrictions due to religious beliefs||
Documentation from Dining Services indicating that student and dining services have reviewed the food service options and a decision has been made. To make an appointment with the UofM Dining Services Registered Dietitian, please visit Disability Resources for Students (https://www.memphis.edu/drs) for accommodations and or visit https://www.memphis.edu/dining under the Wellness & Sustainability for additional information.
Documents can be found on TigerXpress or other University websites.
Students may submit a fee appeal with documentation for unique circumstances not noted above. The unique circumstances must demonstrate that the required meal plan creates an undue burden and cannot be utilized. Failure to include documents with Student Dining Appeals form could result in a denial of request.
Note: Due to student privacy, all paper records are maintained by the university and comply with university policy on retention. The University is not responsible for your documentation; please make a copy for your records.
All appeals will be subject to a review for approval based on one of the criteria listed above. Any questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.