Meal Plan Exemptions:
Disability related meal plan exemption requests are reviewed on a case by case basis. Dietary restrictions do not always constitute a release from the residence hall meal plans. Dining Services is committed to offering food options that meet with needs of BW students on special or restricted diets and may be consulted when requests are reviewed.
For more information, please contact:
David Jensen, Director of Auxiliary Services at 440.826.8129
Marie Oravec, Registered Dietetic Technician at 440.826.2348
The learning environment and residential living are central to the Baldwin Wallace University experience, particularly for students who are required to live in our residence halls. It should be noted that living within the community and learning to share space and be considerate of others is part of that learning experience.
Requests for single rooms (as an accommodation) based solely on a desire to have a "quiet, undisturbed place to study" will not be granted. By virtue of the shared facilities, resources, and number of people living under one roof, it is not logical to assume that having a private room would provide for such quiet, distraction free space to any appreciable degree beyond living in a standard double room.