Spring break reminders

by University Communications ,

Spring break at Willamette is fast approaching. Here are a few reminders for students who plan to stick around and those who are heading off-campus:

Housing:
Residence halls remain open during the break, which runs March 27-31.

Food:
Goudy Commons Cafe and Kaneko Cafe will be closed, but the Cat Cavern will be open Monday-Friday for breakfast and lunch. Meal plan points won’t be accepted that week, so students must bring cash or their debit/credit card. The last board meal at Goudy before break is dinner on March 24, and the first post-break dinner will be held on April 2.

Transportation:
For students flying from PDX, ASWU has organized a shuttle pick-up on campus. The cost is $30 round-trip or $15 one-way. Fees will be charged to student accounts unless they bring cash. Information is available here.

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