Virginia Tech Dining's flex meal plan, introduced in 1996, is at the heart of the department's rise in sales because it has allowed a la carte based concepts to thrive on campus alongside all-you-care-to-eat dining halls. Students have no restrictions on when or how to use their flex dollars. Basically, for resident students, who are required to purchase meal plans, there are two options, the Mega Flex and the Major Flex. The only difference between the two is the amount of spendable flex ...

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