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  • Rates

Housing

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  • 2014-2015 Rates

    We offer a variety of housing options and meal plans to meet your living and dining needs.

     

    Room Type

    Basic Room Rates per Semester

    Renovated Room Rates per Semester

    Double

    2,331.00

    2,657.00

    Single

    2,679.00

    3,054.00

    Double as Single

    3,101.00

    3,572.00

    Suites

    2,331.00

    N/A

    > Double is a room able to accommodate 2 people and has 2 beds
    > Single is a room able to accommodate 1 person and has 1 bed
    > Double as Single is a Double occupied by 1 person (pending availability)
    > Suites can accommodate 4 people, has 2 bedrooms (2 beds per bedroom), 1 bathroom, and a common living space
    > Suites are only available in Holmquist Hall
    > Residence Halls billed at Basic Room Rate are Ballard, Holmquist, East Snarr and South Snarr
    > Residence Halls billed at Renovated Room Rate are Dahl, Grantham and West Snarr

    Apartment Rates

    Apartment with 4 Occupants: 1,862.50/semester per occupant
    Utilities & Service: 266.25/semester per occupant

    > Services include phone, cable TV, internet, newspaper readership and association fees
    > Contracts are for 10 months (August - May)
    > Continuing residents can stay in June and July for $2,258.50
    > John Neumaier Apartments are only available to upperclass students
    > Click [here] for more details on John Neumaier Apartments

    Weekly Meal Plans

    19 meals per week +$225 D$

    19 meals per week +$100 D$

    14 meals per week
    +$325 D$

    14 meals per week
    +$200 D$

    10 meals per week +$375 D$

    10 meals per week +$250 D$

    1,471.00

    1,368.00

    1,434.00

    1,331.00

    1,404.00

    1,301.00

    Semester Block Meal Plans

    200 meals +$150 D$

    120 meals +$250 D$

     

    50 meals +$200 D$

    50 meals +$300 D$

    50 meals +$500 D$

    1,239.00

    1,239.00

     

    613.00

    713.00

    913.00

     
    > 50-Block Semester Plans are only available to upperclass students

    > Upperclass is defined as a student who has earned 24+ credits (credits may not be earned by exam or during dual enrollment in high school)

    > 2014-2015 Rates are pending Board of Trustees approval