Sutter Residential Dining Center
Sutter Dining Center serves 19 meals weekly-all in an "all you care to eat" format: Three meals a day are served Monday through Friday; brunch and dinner are served on Saturday and Sunday, and academic holidays.
Dining at Sutter Residential Dining center:
Breakfast: 7 a.m.-11 a.m.
Lunch: 11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Dinner: 4:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
Brunch: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Dinner: 4:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Students living in our traditional residence halls (Lassen, Shasta, Sutter, Whitney, Esken and Mechoopda) are required to participate in one of three meal plans: Chico Plan with 192 meals (12 Meals/week) + $64 Flex Cash per semester; Bidwell Plan with 176 meals (11 Meals/week) + $128 Flex Cash per semester; or Wildcat Plan with 160 meals (10 Meals/week) + $192 Flex Cash per semester. Those living in Konkow and University Village are required to purchase the Mini Plan with 64 meals (4 Meals/ week) + $113 Flex Cash per semester since they have full kitchens. Semester meal plans do not roll-over to the next semester. Additional semester meals can be purchased through Associated Students Dining Services.
In addition to the all-you-care-to-eat meals in Sutter Residential Dining Center, your meal plan can also be used at the Sutter Cafe -- our late night "grab-and-go" style eatery at the south end of Sutter Hall. The cafe is open until midnight Sunday through Thursday and until 9 p.m. on Friday and Sataurday nights.
Associated Students Dining Services offers a Retail Dining Dollar program (REDD$) that can be placed on a student's Wildcat card and used at the two on-campus coffee shops, two on-campus convenience stores or the food-court style eatery called the Marketplace in the BMU. Unlike Flex cash, ReDD does not expire but rolls forward from semester to semester. For details about ReDD, please contact Associated Students Dining Services at 530-898-5962.
Sutter Hall [student housing, residential dining center, and programming center] has received LEED Gold certification by the US Green Building Council [USGBC]. The Sutter Hall complex [$60 million to construct and approximately 111,000 square feet] opened fall 2010. The residential facility accommodates 232 undergraduate students. The dining center – comprised of 5 unique food service platforms including the Sutter Café – seats 635 patrons. The programming center [UHUB] is a multi-purpose facility with large meeting rooms, a smart classroom, RHA offices, and resource center. LEED Gold certification [Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design] is a rating system for buildings that was designed to guide and distinguish high performance buildings that have less of an impact on the environment, arehealthier for those who work and/or live in the building, and are more profitable than their conventional counterparts. LEED for New Construction [like the Sutter Hall residential complex] is a performance-oriented rating system where building projects earn points for satisfying criterion designed to address specific environmental impacts inherent in the design, construction, operations and management of a building.