Room prices are divided into three categories: standard, double, and premiums. Standard rooms are any double-occupancy rooms that share a community bathroom. Double rooms are any double-occupancy rooms in an upperclass building that do not have kitchens in the suite; some double-occupancy rooms will have bathrooms in the room/suite. Premium rooms are any rooms that have an added amenity – a single room; some rooms that have bathrooms in the room, suite, or apartment; a kitchen in the room, suite, or apartment.
Standard Rooms - Copeland, Davis, Gamble, and most of Pearsons Halls.
Double Rooms - Carnegie, Gibson, Lloyd, and Pearsons rooms that are double-occupancy, but have no kitchen in the suite.
Premium Rooms - All of Beeson and Court Street. Carnegie, Gibson, and Lloyd Hall rooms that have an attached kitchen and/or are single-occupancy. Copeland single rooms. Davis and Gamble single rooms and room 105 in each of those halls.
Private Rooms - Private rooms will not be granted during the room selection, but may become available after the 15 - 16 school year begins. Private room requests will be handled on a case-by-case basis by the Housing Coordinator and/or Director of Campus Life. Prices for private rooms are: $3,786/semester and $7,572/year
Rates for 2015 - 2016
|$2,591 a semester||$2,798 a semester||$3,188 a semester|
|$5,182 a year||$5,596 a year||$6,376 a year|
All students living in the residence halls must have a meal plan. There are three meal plan options offered to students based on their class standings.
- Freshman - Gold Plan only
- Sophomore - Gold or Silver Plan
- Junior/Seniors - Gold, Silver, or Bronze Plan
- Any student living in a suite or apartment with a kitchen may choose from a Gold, Silver, or Bronze Plan
*Note: Prices/Plans below show the number of meals per semester. Flex dollars may be added at the student's discretion before or after purchasing one of the meal plans listed below.
Rates for 2015 - 2016
|Bronze (150 meals)||Silver (190 meals)||Gold (230 meals)|
|$2,022 a semester||$2,293 a semester||$2,630 a semester|
|$4,044 a year||$4,586 a year||$5,260 a year|