Frequently Asked Questions: Living on Campus
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Living on Campus FAQs
Q: Am I eligible to live on-campus?
Q: How can I pay for on-campus housing?
Q: What is the cost to live on campus?
The current Fall and Spring semester prices are for room, required meal plan, water, electricity, basic cable and internet access. Each of the stated costs includes $90.00 sales tax which is assessed on the $1,100 mandatory meal plan.
- Louise H. & Joseph Z. Ornelas Residential Complex - $3,690.00 per semester
- Bateman, Claridge, Holley, Vaughn, Sledge and Hudnall Halls - $2,640.00 per semester
- Lewis Hall - $2,465.00 per semester
The MayMester and Summer Term prices are for room, water, electricity, basic cable TV and internet access.
- MayMester 2014 Rate - $375 for the session - no meal plan available
- Summer Term 2014 Rate - $975 per session - mandatory meal plan required
For information on Residence Hall costs, please visit our Housing costs
Q: Does submitting a Housing Application guarantee me a space?
Q: When will I know when I have received a dorm for the upcoming Fall semester?
Q: Where is the Housing Application?
Q: Where can I check the status of my Housing Application?
Q: Do the dorms have Wi-Fi or Ethernet capabilities?
Q: Are there rules about curfew or rules for boys and girls being in the same room? Are the dorms set up apartment style for freshman?
Q: Are the freshman required to live on campus?
Q: Are there dorms for married couples?
Q: What is the address if someone wants to send mail to a resident?
Q: How many hours are required to take to live on campus in a dorm?
Q: Can a member of the opposite sex spend the night in your dorm if they are a student?
Q: Are there single rooms? Is there a difference in price for these?
Q: Are we allowed to have a mini fridge in our dorm room?
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