Housing rates are per person, per academic year. All utilities (laundry, heating, cooling, water, electricity, trash and recycling, security features) are part of the rate. Additionally, the rate includes 40 mbps level data service (wired and wireless internet). 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 from KU Dining (pdf). Financial aid and scholarships can be applied to student housing and dining charges. A limited number of single rooms are available in each residence hall community. Call 785-864-4560 for information.
Dining plan ratesStudents with a KU residence hall contract are required to choose a KU Dining Services dining plan. KU Dining Services plans are optional for scholarship hall and apartment living residents. Spring-only semester dining rates, including the Dining Dollars, are one-half the academic year amounts listed.
All Access Dining Plan, $4,410
Unlimited residential dining; 1 Retail Pass per day; $250 per year in Dining Dollars; 20 guest meals; 2 Parent/Guardian Meals.
14 Meals Dining Plan, $4,266
14 meals per week; $300 per year in Dining Dollars; 12 guest meals; 2 Parent/Guardian Meals.
10 Meals Dining Plan, $3,684
10 Meals per week; $400 per year in Dining Dollars; 8 guest meals; 2 Parent/Guardian Meals.
50 Block Dining Plan, $425
50 Meals for the academic year. Optional plan for apartment residents. Residence hall students may purchase the 50 block in addition to their 14 Meals or 10 Meals dining plan.
The 14 Meal and 10 Meal dining plans reset weekly every Monday morning. For the All Access and 50 Block plan, one Retail Pass is allowed per day. One Jaywalk Meal is allowed per day for all plans. Half of guest passes are available each semester and must be used before the end of the semester. 2 Parent/Guardian Meals are available per month. Half the Dining Dollars amount is available at the start of the fall semester and any unused amount will roll over to the spring semester for those with active dining plans. The deadline to change a dining plan is 5 p.m. Friday on the second week after classes begin each semester. Residents may add blocks of meals at any time. For information, including how to add cash to individual Beak ‘Em Bucks accounts, see KU Dining Services.
KU Student Housing will have NO INCREASE for the most popular room type for 2019-20, the two-person room in a renovated residence hall. Residential dining has also a zero percent increase for the 14 meals per week plan.
Housing rates are per person, per academic year. All utilities are included (wired and wireless internet, laundry, heating, cooling, water, electricity, trash and recycling, security features). 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 from KU Dining (pdf). Financial aid and scholarships can be applied to student housing and dining charges.
KU Dining planDining plans (pdf) from KU Dining are required for the residence hall contract. Dining for scholarship halls are included in the above housing rate chart. However, both scholarship hall and apartment living residents may purchase a KU Dining plan. Those with a dining plan may eat at any of more than 20 dining locations across campus and the dollar-value amount will be debited from the plan. Funds leftover at from fall semester roll over to the spring semester. Additional funds can be loaded anytime.
Payment plan optionsFor more information about no-interest monthly payment plans and deadlines, consult Student Accounts & Receivables.
KU Student Housing participates in the program administered by Nelnet. Signing up for this service allows for a monthly payment plan for students and their families to cover tuition, Student Housing charges, and campus fees. There is a flat fee for each semester. Contact Nelnet at 1-800-722-4867 to enroll by phone.
Please note that the monthly equivalent of housing fees are broken down in the rates chart tab. Although KU Student Housing does not charge late fees, enrolling in the payment plan before the payment due date will avoid other late payment fees.