Housing & Meal Plan Rates

Fall 2022 & Spring 2023 Semester Rates

Housing Options

Residence Hall Apartment
Double $2,950 $ 3,375
Single $ 3,450
Deluxe Single: $3,700

Health Center Fee - $50

Meal Plan Options

Traditional 19 Swipe Plan
$1,912 – includes $200 in meal flex dollars for the semester

Traditional 14 Swipe Plan
$1,776 – includes $200 in meal flex dollars for the semester

Apartment Plan Options

75 Swipe Plan
$965 (no meal flex dollars)

$559 Flex Plan
$550 in meal flex dollars for the semester

Meal Plans can be used in the dining hall inside the Residence Hall Commons. A 'swipe' refers to one entry in the Dining Hall located in the Residence Hall Commons. Each student would use one 'swipe' when they enter for either breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Students can choose between 19 'swipes' (meals a week) or 14 'swipes' (meals a week), the meals do not roll over from week to week, so if a student does not use all of their meals in a given week they lose them. Unused meal credits expire at the end of each week.

Meal Flex dollars are money students can use in any food court, dining facility, or Spartan vending machine with a card reader. Meal Flex Dollars not used by the end of the semester are forfeited (not carried forward and nonrefundable).

Apartment Plan Options are available to Apartment Residents only. Meal Plan Options are available to all residents.

If you wish to change your meal plan, please contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life.

Housing and meal plan charges will be included on your Tuition Bill/Schedule only after all items required by the housing office have been received and processed, and you have registered for your classes.

Payment or payment plan enrollment for your housing and meal plan is due on the same date as your tuition due date. For students admitted to housing after the tuition due date, your payment or payment plan enrollment must be received prior to check-in. Students admitted to housing after enrolling in the payment plan must contact the Bursar's Office to have the payment plan budget adjusted. Students with unpaid balances or insufficient payment plan budget may be dropped from housing.

For more information on housing and meal plan refunds, visit the Bursar Refund Policy page. For more information about Housing and Meal Plans, visit the Housing & Residence Life website.