During the 2009 H1N1 outbreak, the University of Iowa (UI) University Housing developed a program to provide students with nutritious food if they were too ill to leave their on-campus rooms. Ill students could fill out an online "Isolation Meal Pack Request" package containing three meals. Meals could be delivered or picked up by a friend, and meal plans were charged for two meals if the package of food was delivered and charged for one meal if the package was picked up at one of the UI Marketplaces. The meal pack contained enough food for lunch, dinner, and breakfast the next day. All meal packs included fruit juice or an electrolyte drink, a granola bar, Jell-O, fresh fruit, soup and crackers, a sandwich, and oatmeal or cereal with milk.