|Housing Rates and Costs|
ROOM AND BOARD RATES PER SEMESTER:
*Numbers do not include the $150.00 security deposit and $20.00 mail processing fee.
The security deposit will be included in your first installment payment and will be assessed to your University account in August.
Room & Board installment payments are due on August 28, 2015 for fall semester and January 22, 2016 for spring semester. Even if you do not receive a printed Bursar’s statement, you are responsible for making your payment by the due date. If the housing installment payment is not received by 4 pm on the due dates a $100.00 late fee will be charged. Please make the payments in time to avoid a late fee.
If you have financial hardship and cannot make housing payments, you may petition to enter into a payment plan with the approval of the CFO, Dean of student affairs and Residence Life Coordinator.
Students have the option of our two (2) standard meal plans are 250 and 200 meals per semester.
All residents are required to purchase a standard meal plan. You pay for the meal plan with your room and board fees. If you use all your meals, you can add more meal through General Services office.
Unused meals are non-refundable and do not roll over to summer nor to the next academic year.
You may not use your meals for others, only for yourself. Your meal plan is for your use only.
Guests are permitted in the dining hall but they must purchase their meals at the guest meal rate (currently $6.00 per meal). See the Dining Policies for more information.
The Residence Hall Room & Board Contract is for the entire academic year through May 2016. Fees are billed on a daily rate based on your Room Type and Meal Plan. For the University’s 2015-2016 academic calendar the total billable days 119.
The total billable days do not include Winter break. Days that are not billed in this cycle are:
If you are released from your Contract and you move out of the residence halls before the end of the Contract, fees will be reimbursed prorated to the Contract cancellation date. A final review of your account (Room and Board and Plus Plan usage) will determine if you would receive a refund or be required to pay additional fees.
The residence halls close during the University’s Winter break period. During this time, students do not have access to their room and are not charged for room and board in their overall rate. In order to accommodate our international, out-of-state, and foster youth students, we designate a group of buildings to remain open for those who cannot go home. Students who need this “break housing” will pay an additional fee.
Minimal services are provided during these times (i.e. limited meal service, only emergency staffing).
Break housing applications will be available once we near Winter Break. The additional fees are due December 4, 2015.