Housing and Dining Rates

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Housing and Dining Rates

2014-15 Housing & Dining Rates

All rates are Per Student/Per Semester

St. Mary, Stanton, Crandall, Caecilian and Carondelet

Single Bedroom $3,130
Single Bedroom in Caecilian Hall $2,853
Minneapolis Single $2,400
Single Bedroom with Full Bathroom $3,500
Double Bedroom $2,500
Double Bedroom as a Single $3,505
Super Double Bedroom in Caecilian $2,680
Triple Bedroom $2,500
Triple Bedroom as a Double $3,380
Triple Bedroom as a Single $3,755
Triple Bedroom with Full Bathroom $2,880

 Meal Plans for St. Mary, Stanton, Crandall, Caecilian, and Carondelet

  • All first-year students, must be on the Platinum Meal Plan during their first semester regardless of building assignment. 
  • With the exception of first-year students, all other students living in Carondelet may choose between any of the meal plans, regardless of credit standing.
  • Minneapolis students may sign up for a meal plan, but it is not required. 
  • Graduate students may sign up for a meal plan, but it is not required. 
  • Other students, not described above, must select a meal plan. Please refer to the meal plan rate chart below.

Rauenhorst & Morrison Hall Suites and Apartments

Suite with 4 Single Bedrooms

4 Residents in Suite $3,320
3 Residents in Suite $3,755
2 Residents in Suite $4,385
1 Resident in Suite $5,150

Suite with 2 Single Bedrooms and 1 Double Bedroom

4 Residents in Suite - Single Room Rate $3,320
4 Residents in Suite - Double Room Rate $3,120
3 Residents in Suite (single room) $3,755
3 Residents in Suite (double as single) $3,755

Contact Residence Life for other below-occupancy rates

Morrison Apartments - All Single Rooms

2-Bedroom Apartments

2 Residents in Apartment $3,555
1 Resident in Apartment $5,815

4-Bedroom Apartment

4 Residents in Apartment $3,555
3 Residents in Apartment $4,250
2 Residents in Apartment $5,115
1 Resident in Apartment $5,815

Meal Plans for Rauenhorst and Morrison Halls

  • All first-year students, must be on the Platinum Meal Planduring their first semester regardless of building assignment.
  • With the exception of first-year students, students living in a Morrison apartment may choose between any of the meal plans but must be on one of the meal plans.
  • Graduate students may sign up for a meal plan, but it is not required.
  • Other students, not described above, must select a meal plan. Please refer to the meal plan rate chart below.

Alberta and Georgia Apartments

Family Housing rates are available on the Family Housing page.

1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Apartments

Double Room with 2 Students $2,850
Double Room used as Single Room $4,270

Graduate students and Seniors may reserve 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartments as single occupancy

2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Apartments

Double Room with 2 Residents $2,565
Double Room used as Single Room $3,560

Students may reserve 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath apartments using both rooms as singles

2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Apartments

These apartments have two full-bathrooms.  One bathroom is located inside one of the bedrooms.  The other is in the apartment hallway. The bedroom with the bathroom is larger than the other room, so if there are three people occupying the apartment, the room that has the bathroom is assigned as the double room.  Please refer to the building floor plans for more information.

Double Room without Bathroom $2,690
Double Room without bathroom used as Single Room $3,645
Double Room with Bathroom $3,075
Double Room with bathroom used as a Single Room $4,385

Meal Plans for Alberta and Georgia

Students living in Alberta and Georgia may sign up for any meal plan, but it is not required.


Meal Plans and Rates

Plan and Requirements Cost # of Flex Points
Platinum - available to everyone, all First-Year students must be on this meal plan $1,947 1386 Flex Points
Gold - must have completed 24 credits $1,615 1155 Flex Points
Silver - must have completed 48 credits $1,052 746 Flex Points
Bronze - must have completed 72 credits $460 331 Flex Points

Fall semester points may be used through mid-January. Spring semester flex points may be used beginning mid-January.  All flex points remaining at the end of each semester are forfeited and are not refundable.