Student dining plans are available for currently enrolled APU students who are authorized to be on campus. Paws ’N Go Convenience Store will be open and accepting spring 2021 student dining plans, Cougar Bucks, credit/debit cards, and mobile payments (Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Google Pay). View Paws ’N Go Convenience Store hours and additional information.
See our Dining Plan Brochure (PDF) for more information. Students can sign up for a dining plan online (you will need to log in to home.apu.edu with your APUNetID and password). A valid APU student ID card, or virtual ID card via the APU Mobile app, is required to access funds from the dining plan.
|Dining Plan||Cost per semester|
|Cougar Mini: $820 in purchasing power||$799|
|Cougar Basic: $400 in purchasing power||$400|
Student Dining Plan Policies
View all the current Student Dining Plan Agreement Terms & Conditions (PDF).
A required dining plan can be petitioned only for medical reasons. If you have a medical condition that you believe may keep you from maintaining a required dining plan, please refer to the following steps in the Special Dietary Requests (PDF). If you have any dietary restrictions or allergies, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students and/or parents can deposit money into an account called Cougar Bucks. The APU student ID card, or virtual ID card via the APU Mobile app, is used to access these funds. Deposits for Cougar Bucks can be made with cash, check, or credit card at the One Card Office or via the GET website or GET Mobile App. There is a minimum $5 deposit each time you add funds and cash withdrawals are not permitted. Cougar Bucks are not transferable. See below for detailed instructions on adding funds via GET:
- Adding Funds on GET Website (PDF)
- Adding Funds on GET Mobile App (PDF)
- Adding Funds as a Parent (PDF)
All transactions debited through the APU ID card are final at the point and time of sale. It is the responsibility of the cardholder to keep a record of each card transaction. These transactions can be accessed through their GET account. For questions about adding funds to an ID card, email GET@apu.edu.
Lost or Damaged ID Cards
If a student ID card is lost or stolen, it can be replaced for $20. Lost cards should be reported to the One Card Office. Damaged ID cards can be replaced for $5.
Questions and Concerns
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