• Rates

Housing

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  • 2015-2016 Room 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 $2,424 $2,763
    Single $2,786 $3,176
    Super Single $3,225 N/A
    Double as Single $3,225 $3,715
    Suites $3,715 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
    • Super Single is a room that can accommodate 2 people but only has 2 bed (does include two closet/desk areas)
    • Double as Single is a Double occupied by 1 person (pending availability)
    • Suites accommodate 2 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, East Snarr, Holmquist, Nelson and South Snarr
    • Residence Halls billed at Renovated Room Rate are Dahl, Grantham and West Snarr

     

    John Neumaier Apartment Rates

    • Apartment with 4 Occupants: $2,183.75/semester per occupant (includes service fees)
    • Service fees include utilities, 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 $2,259/apartment (includes service fees)
    • John Neumaier Apartments are only available to upperclass students
    • Click [here] for more details on John Neumaier Apartments

     

    Meal Plans

    Meal Plan Dragon Dollars Guest Passes Available To Price per Semester
    Unlimited Dining $150 5 All Residents $1,475
    Unlimited Dining $250 10 All Residents $1,550
    Unlimited Dining $325 15 All Residents $1,600
    200 Meals per Semester $150 0 Upperclass Students $1,270
    120 Meals per Semester $250 0 Upperclass Students $1,270
    50 Meals per Semester $200 0 Upperclass Students $623
    50 Meals per Semester $300 0 Upperclass Students $723

    *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)

     

    Dragon Dollars: as good as cash with extra benefits! It’s a very popular way for students to make their food dollars go farther. Dragon Dollars turn your Dragon Card into a debit card for use at any Dining Services venue. You can even use them in Kise Commons for yourself and your guests. Whenever you make a purchase the amount is subtracted from the account balance. As an extra benefit, purchases with Dragon Dollars are not subject to sales tax. Dragon Dollar balances can easily be tracked online or at any dining services location. Leftover Dragon Dollars roll over from fall to spring, but must be used by May graduation.

     

    Guest Passes: free meals in the campus dining center! Guest Passes allow residents to treat their family and friends to dine with them in Kise Commons. Leftover guest passes roll over from fall to spring, but must be used by May graduation.