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Residence Hall Housing Prices

Residence Hall room options
Room optionsCost per semester
Regular with roommate $1,202
Regular without roommate $1,310
Large without roommate $1,408
Suite with roommate $1,266
Suite without roommate $1,548
Apartment with roommate $1,310

 

Student who live in the residence halls will be billed for the following charges:

Housing Deposit

Students applying for on-campus housing are required to pay a $200 housing deposit at the time of applying for housing. This deposit is applied as a damage deposit. Individuals who cancel their room reservation on a timely basis may be refunded the entire deposit depending on the cancellation notification date. Students in the residence halls will receive a refund of the $200 damage deposit if there is no damage to their room at the time of final check-out, privided that proper residence hall check-out procedure is followed.

Cost

$200

Telecommunications Fee

Charged to aid in covering the costs of telephone, network and internet services.

Cost

$46 per semester.

Residence Halls Activites Fee

Funds student activities in the residence halls.

Cost

$15 per semester.

Meal Plan

All students who live in the residence halls are required to have a meal plan. The meal plan includes all-day access to the dining hall and a $100 cash flex plan for spending a teh Bark 'n' Bite convient store on campus.

Cost

$2,066 per semester.

Bulldog ID Card Fee

To cover the cost of the official university ID. Used for access to campus events, the dining hall and is used to purchase items using cash flex at the Bark 'n' Bite.

Cost

$15 per Bulldog ID card or replacement.

Family Housing Prices

Room optionsCost per month
1 Bedroom Apartment $405
2 Bedroom Apartment $454
Suite A or B, South Campus Housing $320
Suite C, South Campus Housing $373

 

The following are additional charges that a person who lives in a family housing apartment will be charged.

Housing Deposit

Students applying for on-campus housing are required to pay a $200 housing deposit at the time of applying for housing. This deposit is applied as a damage deposit. Individuals who cancel their room reservation on a timely basis may be refunded the entire deposit depending on the cancellation notification date. Students in the residence halls will receive a refund of the $200 damage deposit if there is no damage to their room at the time of final check-out, privided that proper residence hall check-out procedure is followed.

Cost

$200

Telecommunications Fee

Charged to aid in covering the costs of telephone, network and internet services.

Cost

$46 per semester.

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