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Because everyone has different resources, we offer you multiple price points for housing and dining. You can mix and match your housing and meal plan selections to create a room and board package comfortable for you.

What's not included: Student government activity fees of $12 per term for residence halls and furnished apartments, or $6 per term for unfurnished apartments and learning community fees.

The prices listed are for 2016-17. The Board of Trustees will determine prices for 2017-18 in the spring of 2017.

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Meal Plans

Answer a few questions to verity your eligibility for various plans. Prices shown are for the current academic year. One-half of the total amount is billed in August and again in December.

Plan Level Purchase Price Operational Costs I-BUCKS Purchase Discount

I-BUCKS 60

Max $4,300 $1,980 2,320 60 Percent
Plus $3,800 $1,980 1,820 60 Percent
Standard $3,300 $1,980 1,320 60 Percent
Mini $2,750 $1,650 1,100 60 Percent

I-BUCKS 25 & Flex Bucks

I-BUCKS 25 $500 $100 400 25 Percent
Flex Bucks $250 $50 200 25 Percent
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Residence Halls & Furnished Apartments

These 2016–17 prices represent academic year, per-person charges for the most common room types. Specific costs will be provided when an assignment is made. Special housing arrangements may result in costs outside of the highest price points. One-half of the total amount is billed in August and December. All utilities are included.

We offer the four price levels, described below.

Standard with Air-Conditioning

This is our most available price level. These buildings also offer semi-private half or full bathrooms

Standard without Air-Conditioning

This is our most affordable price level and these buildings have community bath rooms with shower and toilet stalls.

Enhanced

This is our most expensive price level. These buildings are air-conditioned and offer suites and apartments with shared full bathrooms. On the housing application, you must indicate you are willing to pay this rate. When space is not available in these buildings, you may be assigned to the next most expensive space available for first-year residents in the Standard with Air-Conditioning price level.

Cooperative

These communities offer an opportunity to live on campus for less money. Residents share responsibility for performing housekeeping tasks in the community in exchange for a reduces housing rate. You must request cooperative housing in the learning community section of your housing application.

Central Neighborhood

Price Level Building Most Common Price Point Lowest Price Point Highest Price Point
Standard w/ AC Ashton
(single rooms only)
$7,752 $7,752 $7,752
  Eigenmann $8,426 $6,067 $9,437
  Teter $6,741 $6,741 $9,437
Standard w/o AC Wright $5,897 $5,897 $8,256
Enhanced Union Street Center
(furnished apartments)
$9,692 $9.692 $11,319
Cooperative Ashton Residence Scholars
(single rooms only)
$4,264 $4,264 $4,264
  Wright Co-Op $3,260 $3,260 $3,747

Northwest Neighborhood

Price Level Building Most Common Price Point Lowest Price Point Highest Price Point
Standard w/ AC Foster $6,741 $6,741 $9,437
  Hillcrest
(furnished apartments)
$8,353 $8,353 $8,631
  McNutt $6,741 $6,404 $9,437
Standard w/o AC Collins $5,897 $5,897 $8,256
Enhanced Briscoe $8,338 $8,338 $9,166

Southeast Neighborhood

Price Level Building Most Common Price Point Lowest Price Point Highest Price Point
Standard w/ AC Forest $6,741 $6,741 $9.437
  Read $6,487 $6,487 $8,256
Standard w/o AC Mason
(furnished apartments)
$5,012 $5,012 $5,012
Enhanced Spruce $7,921 $7,921 $9,642
  Willkie $8,664 $8,231 $11,090
Cooperative Forest Co-op $3,708 $3,708 $4,820
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Unfurnished Apartments

Prices listed are per month and are for the most common units in 2016-17. Academic year and 12-month contracts are available. These apartments are unfurnished unless noted otherwise. Specific costs will be provided when an assignment is made. All utilities are included.

3rd & Union Apartments

Apartment Type Monthly Cost
Studio $823
One-Bedroom $881

BBHN Apartments

Apartment Type Monthly Cost Per Person for Two
Small Efficiency $531 N/A
One-Bedroom $657 N/A
Two-Bedroom $775 $387.50

Campus View Apartments

Apartment Type Monthly Cost Per Person for Two
Two-Bedroom, Carpeted $1,044 $522
Two-Bedroom, Uncarpeted $1,027 $513.50

Evermann Apartments

Apartment Type Monthly Cost
Small Efficiency $615
Efficiency $665
Large Efficiency $685
One-Bedroom $723

Redbud Hill Apartments

Apartment Type Monthly Cost Per Person for Two
Two-Bedroom $683 $341.50

Tulip Tree Apartments

Apartment Type Monthly Cost Per Person for Two Per Person for Three
Two-Bedroom $1,044 $522 N/A
Three-Bedroom/One-Bath $1,299 $649.50 $433
Three-Bedroom/Two-Bath $1,376 $688 $458.50
Three-Bedroom/End Apartment $1,489 $744.50 $496

University Apartments

Apartment Type Monthly Cost
Efficiency $665
One-Bedroom $723
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Learning Community Fees

Living Learning Centers

The following living learning centers charge an activity fee of $100 per semester ($200 annually). Use of this money is determined by each community.

The following living learning centers charge an activity fee of $50 per semester ($100 annually). Use of this money is determined by each community.

Thematic Communities

The following thematic communities charge an activity fee of $50 per semester ($100 annually). Use of this money is determined by each community. The Cooperative Housing and Residence Scholars thematic communities do not have an activity fee.

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Summer Term

Housing will be available at Ashton from May 8–July 29, 2016 at a daily rate of $22.15. Specific academic programs housed at Willkie will have a daily rate of $29.95.The table below provides examples of housing costs for various class sessions during the summer term. Summer term dates are available from the Office of the Registrar. Participation in one of the meal plans below is required.

Housing

Terms Dates Duration Cost
Four Weeks May 8–June 3
June 5–July 1
July 3–July 29
27 Days $598.05
Six Weeks May 8–June 17
June 19–July 29
41 Days $908.15
Eight Weeks May 8–July 1
June 5–July 29
55 Days $1,218.25
Twelve Weeks May 8–July 29 83 Days $1,838.45

Dining

Meal Plan Price Operational Costs I-BUCKS Purchase Discount
Standard $450 $270 180 60%
Max $650 $390 260 60%
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Guest Housing

A limited number of apartments are available for short-term university guests. The prices in parentheses will be in effect beginning July 1, 2016.

Size 1 to 6 Nights 7 to 21 Nights 22+ Nights*
Efficiency $28 ($31) $27 ($30) $26 ($29)
1 BR $30 ($33) $28 ($31) $27 ($30)
1 BR (Tulip Tree) $60 ($66) $40 ($44) $35 ($39)
2 BR $70 ($77) $50 ($55) $40 ($44)
* Stays of up to 29 nights are subject to 12% sales and innkeeper's tax. Stays of 30 nights and over are not subject to tax.
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Exchange Student Housing

All amounts listed below are in U.S. Dollars.

Item Cost
Application $200
Residence Hall Student Government Activity Fee $12
Apartment Family Council Activity Fee (Evermann only) $6
Learning Community Activity Fee (if applicable) $100–$200
Early Arrival
August 3–August 13, 2016 $16 per day
August 14–August 16, 2016 $36 per day
Furnished Apartments
Evermann (Furnished Efficiency) $698 per month
Evermann (Furnished One-Bedroom) $759 per month
Residence Halls
Costs will be billed per semester based upon assigned room.

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