The point is not so much that they have a lack of options, but they are not the kind of options that are considered one-hundred percent nutritious. They have a salad bar, and about twice a week - according to my brother - they will be lucky enough to put out a vegan burger alternative or something. They have soymilk, but it is sort of a first-come first-serve thing. Don't get me wrong - the convenience of it is nice - but if I were able to get my own groceries it would be a lot better and a whole hell of a lot cheaper.
Anyway, I contacted the head of housing. I told him about my problem (even tried to up my chances by telling him that I was a raw vegan), and he informed me to cancel my current contract and either live off of campus, or choose one of the apartment buildings. Those don't require meal plans, but the apartment buildings are on campus and suit three people with one bedroom. How they do it - I have no idea. I may just have to live with being crowded with some strangers. It might even be good for me, seeing as I am not too social at the moment.