Housing Rates & Requirements
Prices subject to change.
|Residence Hall (Holter Hall), renovated private room||$1,800 per semester|
|Residence Hall (Holter Hall), renovated semi-private room||$1,200 per semester|
|Residence Hall, renovated private room||$2,000 per semester|
|Residence Hall, renovated semi-private room||$1,350 per semester|
|Aggie Annex, private bedroom||$2,550 per semester|
|Aggie Annex, semi-private room||$2,150 per semester|
|Aggie Apartments||$2,500 per semester|
|Married Student Housing||$460 per month|
In addition, all residents will be charged a $53 housing fee and a $25 laundry fee per semester housing fee, except in Married Student Housing/ Non-Traditional Student Housing, where the fee is incorporated into the monthly rent.
For the housing application to be complete, students must submit a housing application, pay the $20 application fee and pay the $200 housing deposit through the My Online Billing portal. Students must register for classes for the upcoming semester before they can be assigned a room. Room assignments for the fall semester will begin after spring break. Room assignments remain the same for both the fall and spring semesters.
|5 meals/week||$877 per semester|
|10 meals/week||$1,602 per semester|
|15 meals/week||$1,708 per semester|
|20 meals/week||$1,840 per semester|
Any changes to meal plans must be requested by the second Friday of the semester. Meal plans cannot be reduced or pro-rated after the second Friday of the semester. A minimum of 10 meals/ week is required for all students living in Holter and Field Halls.
Information & Requirements for Occupancy
Alcohol and tobacco are prohibited. Possession of alcohol will result in a $250 fine for the first offense. Possession of tobacco products will result in a $150 fine for the first offense. Subsequent violations will result in increased fines and/or disciplinary action.
Controlled substances are prohibited in all our communities. Housing supports drug-free environments to help ensure comfortable, safe, and successful communities. Possession of drugs will result in a $300 fine for the first offense. Subsequent violations will result in increased fines and/or disciplinary action.
Tampering with safety equipment will result in the student(s) being assessed a fine of $500. Subsequent violations will result in increased fines and/or disciplinary action.