Rates

Housing Arrangements

Housing rates shown are per person, per academic year, and include the 20 mbps level data service (wired and wireless internet) unless otherwise noted. Spring semester costs are one-half the academic year amounts listed. Students with a KU residence hall contract are required to choose a dining plan. Dining plan rates can be found here.

Rates 2013-14

Rates 2013-14

Residence Hall Type Rate Corbin GSP Ellsworth Hashinger Lewis McCollum Oliver Templin
Traditional double room 4,162 Check         Check Check  
Renovated double room 5,268   Check Check Check        
Triple room 4,162 Check              
Large double room w/ sink 5,568       Check        
2-person room w/ bath 5,568     Check   Check     Check
4-person suite 5,568   Check            
4-person suite w/ bath 5,568     Check   Check     Check
Traditional single room 5,528 Check         Check Check  
Studio 5,970     Check          
2-person suite w/ bath 5,970         Check     Check
Renovated single room 7,020   Check Check Check        
Jayhawker Towers Rate Towers B, C Towers A, D
2-person apartment 5,800 Check  
4-person apartment 3,390 Check  
2-person (renovated) 7,464   Check
4-person (renovated) 4,328   Check
Stouffer Monthly Rate as of July 1, 2013
(includes utilities and wireless)
One-bedroom 452
Two-bedroom (walk-through) 481
Two-bedroom 510
Two-bedroom (renovated) 672
Three-bedroom (renovated) 856

 

Sunflower Monthly contract rate, excluding
wireless (as of July 1, 2013)
Two-bedroom 694
Scholarship Halls Rate Men's Hall Women's Hall Meal Charge
Traditional 3,686 Check Check 1,966
Suite 4,010 Check Check 1,966
Miller/Watkins 2,598   Check *
*Residents buy and prepare their own food.

 

Dining plan rates

Dining plans are a required component of the residence hall contract and optional for scholarship hall and apartment living residents. Spring-only semester dining rates, including the Cuisine Cash, are one-half the academic year amounts listed.

Jayhawk Unlimited Dining Plan: $3,964
Unlimited residential dining; $500 Cuisine Cash; 10 guest meals; six 14” pizzas; 5 percent Cuisine Cash discount at register. Default dining plan if student does not choose a plan on the contract.

Rock Chalk Unlimited Dining Plan: $3,764
Unlimited residential dining; $300 Cuisine Cash; 6 guest meals; four 14” pizzas

Crimson Flex Dining Plan: $3,540
400 residential dining meals for the academic year (200 per semester); $200 Cuisine Cash; four guest meals

Blue Basic Dining Plan: $2,930
10 residential dining meals a week; $100 Cuisine Cash; four guest meals

Campanile Dining Plan: $1,088
Not available for residence hall students; optional for Jayhawker Towers residents. Two residential dining meals a week; $500 Cuisine Cash; four guest meals; 5 percent Cuisine Cash discount at register

The Blue Basic and the Campanile dining plans reset weekly every Monday morning. For the Crimson Flex, half the dining center meals and guest passes are available each semester and must be used before the end of the semester. Half the KU Cuisine Cash is available at the start of the fall semester and any unused amount will roll over to the spring semester for those with active meal plans. Residents may change their plan by Friday of the second week of classes each semester. Residents may add blocks of 10 meals at any time. For information, including how to add cash to individual Beak ‘Em Bucks accounts, see KU Dining Services.

 

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Rates 2014-15

Rates 2014-15

Residence Hall Type Rate Corbin GSP Ellsworth Hashinger Lewis McCollum Oliver Templin
Traditional double room 4,262 Check         Check Check  
Renovated double room 5,426   Check Check Check        
Triple room 4,262 Check              
Large double room w/ sink 5,734       Check        
2-person room w/ bath 5,734     Check   Check     Check
4-person suite 5,734   Check            
4-person suite w/ bath 5,734     Check   Check     Check
Traditional single room 5,660 Check         Check Check  
Studio 6,150     Check          
2-person suite w/ bath 6,150         Check     Check
Renovated single room 7,230   Check Check Check        
Jayhawker Towers Rate Towers B, C Towers A, D
2-person apartment 5,940 Check  
4-person apartment 3,472 Check  
2-person (renovated) 7,688   Check
4-person (renovated) 4,458   Check
Stouffer Monthly Rate
as of July 1, 2014
(includes utilities, cable, wireless)
One-bedroom 491
Two-bedroom (walk-through) 521
Two-bedroom 550
Two-bedroom (renovated) 721
Three-bedroom (renovated) 913

 

Sunflower Monthly contract rate, excluding
wireless (as of July 1, 2014)
Two-bedroom 711
Scholarship Halls Rate Men's Hall Women's Hall Meal Charge
Traditional 3,774 Check Check 2,024
Suite 4,130 Check Check 2,024
Miller/Watkins 2,656   Check *
*Residents buy and prepare their own food.

 

Dining plan rates

Dining plans are a required component of the residence hall contract and optional for scholarship hall and apartment living residents. Spring-only semester dining rates, including the Cuisine Cash, are one-half the academic year amounts listed.

Jayhawk Unlimited Dining Plan: $4,064
Unlimited residential dining; $500 Cuisine Cash; 10 guest meals; six 14” pizzas; 5 percent Cuisine Cash discount at register. Default dining plan if student does not choose a plan on the contract.

Rock Chalk Unlimited Dining Plan: $3,864
Unlimited residential dining; $300 Cuisine Cash; 6 guest meals; four 14” pizzas

Crimson Flex Dining Plan: $3,634
400 residential dining meals for the academic year (200 per semester); $200 Cuisine Cash; four guest meals

Blue Basic Dining Plan:$3,010
10 residential dining meals a week; $100 Cuisine Cash; four guest meals

Campanile Dining Plan: $1,104
Not available for residence hall students; optional for Jayhawker Towers residents. Two residential dining meals a week; $500 Cuisine Cash; four guest meals; 5 percent Cuisine Cash discount at register

The Blue Basic and the Campanile dining plans reset weekly every Monday morning. For the Crimson Flex, half the dining center meals and guest passes are available each semester and must be used before the end of the semester. Half the KU Cuisine Cash is available at the start of the fall semester and any unused amount will roll over to the spring semester for those with active meal plans. Residents may change their plan by Friday of the second week of classes each semester. Residents may add blocks of 10 meals at any time. For information, including how to add cash to individual Beak ‘Em Bucks accounts, see KU Dining Services.

 

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Definitions

  • Bed space: This code is used in room selection. For instance, ELL-1048a means that ELL is the building identification, 1048 is the room number, and "a" is the space, not actual bed assignment.
  • Coed housing: Men and women occupy separate wings on floors of a residence hall.
  • All-female housing: Guest policies are more specific.
  • Single room: Single person in a room, community bath.
  • Traditional double room: Most common type. A two-person room, community bath (Corbin, McCollum, Oliver)
  • Double room: Two people share one room. Community bath. (Gertrude Sellards Pearson)
  • Double room with sink: Two people share one room and sink. Community bath. (Ellsworth, Hashinger)
  • 2-person room with bath or studio: Two people share one room and bath. (Ellsworth, Lewis, Templin)
  • 2-person suite with bath: Two people share living room, bedroom and bath. (Lewis, Templin)
  • Triple room: Three people share bedroom, community bath. (Corbin)
  • 4-person suite: Four people share living room; two people share a bedroom. (Gertrude Sellards Pearson)
  • 4-person suite with bath: Four people share living room and bath. Two people share a bedroom. (Ellsworth, Lewis, Templin)
  • Community bath: Bathroom shared with other residents on a wing of 18 to 20 rooms.
  • Wing: A division of a floor. Most floors have two wings. Co-ed halls have separate wings for women and men.
  • Apartment: Two-bedroom apartments with living room, refrigerator and stove in kitchenette, and bathroom. Two or four students per apartment.

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