Browsing: CMU Dining Meal Cards

Refill Requests

Refill Requests

To refill a CMU-Hillel Networking Meal Card: Send an email to [email protected] with the Card# (600-838-###) on the front & Card ID (printed on a label) on the back Hillel Staff may conduct an audit of the card’s transaction against logged records in Hillel’s Engagement CRM Hillel Staff will then be in-touch with any updates… read more

Using Cards as Payment

When paying with a typical CMU ID card that does not have the traditional “blocks” meal plan, dining vendors will attempt to use DineXtra points (their dollar-for-dollar dining ‘cash’ equivalent) as the default payment option used by dining services. The CMU-Hillel Networking Meal Cards, however, operate on a “special” CMU-Hillel Dining Plan set-up like the… read more

Kashrut/Kosher & Beverage/Food Policy

With our Jewish values in mind, each expense/transaction on a CMU-Hillel Networking Meal Card must meet the following requirements: Non-Kosher meats cannot be purchased A non-alcoholic beverage (i.e. coffee, tea, hot chocolate, etc.) or a nosh (yiddish|’light snack’, i.e. a pastry, frozen yogurt, etc.) per participant, that is vegetarian/dairy/parve (does not include non-kosher meats) can… read more

COVID-19 Policy

All instances of Hillel Networking where a CMU-Hillel Networking Card is used are subject to: CMU’s Student COVID-19 Policies Hillel JUC’s COVID-19 Policies With our Jewish values in mind, as of the first day of the Fall 2021 Semester, our policy currently requires all participants must be: Fully vaccinated Properly wearing a mask at all… read more

Hillel Networking Definition

Relationship-based engagement is critical to our work at Hillel where: We strive to enrich the lives of every Jewish student so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world We envision a world where every Jewish student is inspired to make an enduring commitment to their Jewish identity, to Jewish Life, to Jewish Learning,… read more