• Room and Meal Plan Rates

  • 2014-2015 Room and Meal Plan Rates

    Residence Hall Rooms

    Year

    Semester

    Double, Triple, Quad

    $4,794

    $2,397

    Single

    $5,578

    $2,789

         

    Apartment Style Res Hall*

    Year

    Semester

    Studio

    $8,212

    $4,106

    Two Bedroom

    $7,852

    $3,926

    Three Bedroom

    $7,438

    $3,719

    Four Bedroom

    $7,118

    $3,559

    Two Bedroom/4 People

    $5,682

    $2,841

         

    Meal Plans

    Year

    Semester

    Residence Hall Meal Plans

    $4,598

    $2,299

    75 Block Meal Plan**

    $3,400

    $1,700

    DB is available for purchase in increments of $50

       

     

  • Note: Students living in residence halls are required to have a meal plan (minimum 160 Block Meal Plan) through Dining Services. Please contact Residential Life at 651-523-2061 for more information. 

    *Apartment rates quoted are for 9 month leases.
    **Available to third year, fourth year, graduate and law residents only. 
  • 2013-2014 Room and Meal Plan Rates

    Residence Hall Rooms

    Year

    Semester

    Double, Triple, Quad

    $4,640

    $2,320

    Single

    $5,400

    $2,700

         

    Apartment Style Residence Hall*

    Year

    Semester

    Studio

    $7,950

    $3,975

    Two Bedroom

    $7,600

    $3,800

    Three Bedroom

    $7,200

    $3,600

    Four Bedroom

    $6,890

    $3,445

    Two Bedroom/4 People

    $5,500

    $2,750

         

    Meal Plans

    Year

    Semester

    240 Block Meal Plan

    $4,450

    $2,225

    160 Block Meal Plan

    $4,450

    $2,225

    75 Block Meal Plan**

    $3,290

    $1,645

    All Declining Balance**

    $3,290

    $1,645

         

    Commuter Dining Options

       

    Commuter 40 Block

    $400

     

    -One time purchase, meals do not carry over from
    fall to spring.

       

    Commuter 400 DB

    $400

     

    -Annual meal plan, can reload through out the year

       

     

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