Some Highlands University students are complaining about their meal program.
Two of them addressed the Board of Regents last week, contending that the Cantina is not catering to students’ needs. Student body president Greg Rael brought up many of the same issues during an earlier meeting of the student affairs committee on March 7.
Anthony Jaramillo said he paid $1,179 for the 10-meal plan, which comes out to $5.90 a meal. He said others on a different plan pay $7.37 a meal.
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