Housing Rates — Subject to Change

2013-14 | 2014-15 | DiningRefund dates and policy

2014-15

 

Semester

Annual

College in the Woods — double $4,231 $8,462
College in the Woods — double, break housing  $4,985  $9,970

Dickinson — double $4,749   $9,498
Dickinson — single $5,171   $10,342

Hinman — double $4,231   $8,462

Mountainview — double $4,749   $9,498
Mountainview — double, break housing $4,985   $9,970

Newing — double $4,749   $9,498
Newing — double, break housing $4,985   $9,970
Newing — single $5,171   $10,342
Newing — single, break housing $5,396   $10,792
Newing — designed triple $4,626   $9,252
Newing — designed triple, break housing $4,857   $9,714

Hillside and Susquehanna — single $4,791  $9,582
Hillside and Susquehanna — super single $5,457  $10,914
Susquehanna — family apartment $6,645  $13,290

Documented and approved medical single $5,171  $10,342

 

 

2013-14

 

Semester

Annual

Double (CIW, Hinman) $4,148 $8,296
Double (Dickinson, Mountainview, Newing) $4,656 $9,312
Double (Break Housing) $4,887 $9,774
     
Designed Triple (Dickinson, Mountainvew, Newing) $4,535 $9,070
Designed Triple (Break Housing) $4,762 $9,524
     
Single (Dickinson, Newing) $5,070 $10,140
Single (Break Housing) $5,290 $10,580
 Paid Single $6,336  $12,672 
Apartment Single $4,697 $9,394
Apartment Super Single $5,350 $10,700
Susquehanna Family Apartment $6,515 $13,030
     
Documented and approved medical singles $5,070 $10,140

 

2014-15 dining per semester

Plan   Total   Spending   Best for
A    $2,554    $1,167    Athletes, hearty appetites, frequent or late-night snackers, high-end purchasers

B   $2,414   $1,027   Students who eat in resident dining halls and want some flexibility in their spending

C   $2,283   $896   Our default resident dining plan

D   $2,135   $748   Students that dine twice a day in resident dining or frequently skip breakfast

E   $2,045   $658   Those who dine infrequently on campus and the at-home-weekender

F   $1,850   $463   Just the basics, mainly meant for students with large carry-over balances from the previous semesters

 

Housing refunds

  • Continuing students assigned to University housing must cancel their fall semester housing by June 16, 2014. A new student must cancel within 14 calendar days of notification of housing assignment until August 27, 2014. A request to cancel after the 14-day deadline and/or August 27, 2014 (whichever comes first) will be denied if the student is enrolled during the term of the housing license; he or she will be required to pay the entire room charge for the fall and spring semesters.

  • Residents who withdraw for the fall semester after November 30, 2014, but remain students at the University for the spring 2015 semester must fulfill the terms of the University Housing License for the spring semester and remain in University housing.

  • Fall residents may request permission to cancel their housing for the spring semester due to graduation, study abroad, exchange program, academic dismissal, transfer of schools, withdrawal, or military service. A Request for Housing Cancellation must be submitted and approved no later than November 21, 2014, at 4:30 p.m. to avoid a $200 late cancellation charge. Approved cancellations after November 21, 2014 will result in a $200 late cancellation charge.

  • New spring semester students must cancel their spring housing within 14 calendar days of notification of housing assignment until January 21, 2015. A request to cancel after this deadline and/or January 21, 2015 (whichever comes first) will be denied if the student is enrolled during term of the housing license; he or she will be required to pay the entire room charge for the spring semester

"Meals Per Week" based on the Following:

· All Meals Being Eaten In The Resident Dining Halls

· An Average Cost Per Meal Of $3.19

· An Operating Cost Of $1192.00


Plan A: This plan will provide approximately nineteen meals per week in the resident dining halls along with $10 per week for snacks or other discretionary spending.

Plan B:This plan will provide approximately sixteen meals per week in the resident dining halls along with $9 per week for snacks or other discretionary spending.

Plan C: This plan will provide approximately seventeen meals per week in the resident dining halls with no discretionary spending.

Plan D: This plan will provide approximately fourteen meals per week in the resident dining halls with no discretionary spending..

Plan E: This plan will provide approximately ten meals per week in the resident dining halls with no discretionary spending.

Plan F: This plan will provide approximately eight meals per week in the resident dining halls with no discretionary spending. Plan F was created primarily for students with a large carryover balance from the previous semester.

Housing Refunds

Once registered students have occupied a room, no refund is available for the balance of the academic year if they move out of University housing.

Occupancy is defined as acceptance of the room key and/or moving personal possessions into the room, suite or apartment. The $200 housing deposit, which is credited to the room charge, is not refundable if the student fails to occupy a room.

Residents removed from University housing for disciplinary reasons are ineligible for room-rate adjustments.

Last Updated: 7/18/14