The University of Michigan-Dearborn has debuted a series of meal plan options for its students

The University of Michigan-Dearborn has debuted a series of meal plan options for its students, reports the Michigan Journal. The plan uses a declining balance system embedded on students’ M-Cards and can be used at campus dining locations at the McKinley Café, Java City and the Fairlane Food Court. The $100 Gold plan offers a $15 bonus while the $50 Blue plan has a $5 bonus. There is no bonus with the $25 Silver plan. Students at the largely commuter school can load their accounts through cash, credit cards or money orders and Debit Dollars left over at the end of a semester will roll over to the following semester. UM-Dearborn’s dining services are managed by Aramark.