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Wagner Dining Hall (WDH) is the Sooner Housing Center's dining establishment. WDH provides three meals a day during the week, and is closed on the weekends. The facility features an all-you-can-eat policy for each meal and requires a valid ID card in order to enter the facility.
 
The dining facility provides nutritious meals while fulfilling an educational role by introducing residents to a variety of formal and semiformal meals. The menu is designed to meet individual nutritional needs by allowing each person to choose from a variety of options.
 
Service schedules and options are maintained to accommodate the demands of a student-athlete's busy schedule. The WDH staff is prepared to accommodate special dietary needs. WDH serves all resident student-athletes.
 
WDH is open Monday through Friday for breakfast, lunch, and dinner throughout the regular school year. The facility is closed during weekends and the University holidays of Thanksgiving, semester break, and spring break. Any other schedule changes will be posted in advance.
 
Everyone who eats at WDH is required to present a valid ID card at each meal. If an individual does not present a valid ID card, meal privileges will be denied to that individual.
 
If an ID card is lost or stolen, it should be reported immediately to the dining facility manager and to the housing complex director to ensure that an individual's safety and security is preserved. A temporary card may be issued for on-campus residents at the Sooner Housing Center office located in Bud Wilkinson House.
 
A temporary card is valid for a maximum of three days. By that time, an individual will need to replace his/her lost or stolen card with a new ID, which is issued on the second floor of Buchanan Hall. However, the temporary card needs to be returned to the issuing office before the new ID is activated.
 
Guests are permitted if accompanied by a regular client. However, at no time can meals be transferred to a guest from an ID. Payment at the door is required. If more than two guests will be dining with you, please call in advance. Meal prices are: $6.25 for breakfast, $7.50 for lunch, and $8.50 for dinner.
 
Wagner Dining Hall  Policies
1. Recruits on an unofficial campus visit must purchase their own meals. Special recruiting functions involving official visits and a host student-athlete have special restrictions and must include pre-registration with the appropriate head coach and WDH manager.
2. Student-athletes who will be missing meals due to an academic scheduling conflict can prepare a sack lunch at any time from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
3. Student-athletes who are ill or taking training room treatments that conflict with meals may request a carryout meal by calling one hour before meal time so that a sick tray may be prepared. A sick tray consists of soup, crackers, juice and Jell-O upon availability. The RA or other responsible party may pick up the tray by presenting the ill student-athlete's ID card. Training room conflicts need to be phoned in by training room personnel.
4. Student-athletes are allowed to carry out fruit and yogurt.
 
Dining Center Manager
Stacy Lemmert, the director of Wagner Dining oversees the day to day operation of Wagner Dining Hall. As director she, also coordinates with dining staff any special dietary needs for its residents. Whether it is a lifestyle preference, food allergy or medical concern or just a personal goal for a healthy lifestyle, menus are coordinated to meet the various needs of residents as well as special food requests. You need only to get in contact with our manager and/or the WDH staff to utilize these services. WDH is staffed by a host of caring and hard-working individuals who are willing to answer any questions may have or help in any way possible.
 
Special Meals
Throughout the year, WDH schedules theme dinners and events for our regular clients. At these open functions, all regular clientele and their guests are welcome to enjoy the meal. Occasionally, special functions will be held by request of a specific sport (i.e. pre-game meals), resident groups (i.e. floor meetings), or professional group requests (i.e. recruiting luncheons).
 
These events will require pre-registration with the host group in order to attend. Unfortunately, the staff at WDH cannot allow an unregistered guest to eat these meals. Events held during weekends are always closed events and require pre-registration and payment. These functions are not included in a meal plan
 
Dining Center Conduct
All clientele of WDH will be treated courteously and with respect regardless of race, gender, religion, creed, or sexual preference. We also strive to ensure that all clientele will be free from harassment of any form while dining in our facility.
 
In this same respect, we require that you maintain an atmosphere free from profanity, physical contact, and/or discourteous behavior. Student-athletes are expected to remove their tray and trash from the dining area following their meal. Personal belongings are also the responsibility of the student-athlete and need to be left at the front when entering the facility.
 
Discipline
Depending upon the infraction, student-athletes may be disciplined in a manner which may include but is not restricted to any of the following: verbal apology, written apology, restricted dining privileges, denial of dining privileges, and/or monetary reimbursement for broken or damaged property. Any disciplinary action will follow the guidelines established by the Sooner Housing Center, the University of Oklahoma Student-Athlete Code, and the University of Oklahoma Student Code.
 
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