Housing and Meal Plan Costs 2014-2015

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Two-Year Campuses

Four-Year Campuses

UW-Baraboo/Sauk County

The Villas offers fully furnished, 4-bedroom/2 bathroom units. Rent for 2014-2015 is $2,400 per semester. Rent is per student, per bedroom. Leases are for the academic year or 10 months. There is no meal plan. A café is open on campus during daytime business hours.

The apartments are fully furnished. Each student will have a private bedroom with locked entry, full bed, and desk. The living room has a sofa and chairs. The kitchen has a breakfast bar, bar stools, and full-sized appliances, including a glass-topped range, dishwasher, and full-sized refrigerator.

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UW-Barron County

UW-Barron County students are invited to live in a privately owned and operated residence facility designed exclusively for students that opened in January, 2010. The facility offers 24 apartments with four single bedrooms in each unit. It is staffed by a property manager and resident advisor. The following costs are accurate for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Single room in unfurnished apartment $3500/year
Single room in furnished apartment $4000/year

Each bedroom in a furnished apartment includes a bed, dresser, desk and chair. The living room in each furnished apartment includes a chair, couch, coffee table, end table, and stools for the eating area.

Apartments include cook tops, microwaves and refrigerators. Bedrooms are wired for phone and there is Wi-Fi Internet service. Off-street parking and heat are included.

Food Service

Campus food service at UW-Barron County is available for breakfast and lunch (7 am-2 pm Monday-Thursday).

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UW-Eau Claire

UW-Eau Claire offers double and single residence hall rooms.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
Double $3,655
Single $4,935
Chancellor's Hall
(Apartment style: 4 bedrooms with a shared living area, kitchen, and bath)
$4,935

Availability of single rooms is very limited. Residence hall rooms include HD cable TV hookup and Internet service.

Food Service Rates

The university currently offers four meal plans. Your meal plan selection will depend on your dining frequency and your personal dining preferences. The Declining Balance meal plan is not offered to incoming freshmen.

If you are on campus during the weekend or like to eat three meals a day, a larger meal plan may be best for you. If you choose a smaller meal plan, you may run out of the fixed meals or meal plan dollars. You cannot add fixed meals to a plan, but you may add additional meal plan dollars to any meal plan.

Fixed meal plans offer the best value in the Riverview Café and the Terrace. A meal plan dollar account provides the most flexible option when dining in the food courts and the á la carte dining areas.

Following are the food service rates per the 2014-2015 academic year.

Meal Plan Type Costs
Upper Campus $3,120
Lower Campus $3,200
Platinum $3,330
Declining $2,800

For more information regarding the meal plans,Contact Dining Services at (715)836-5261 or http://www.uwec.edu/dining/mealplans/index.htm

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UW-Fox Valley

UW-Fox Valley is one of the two-year campuses at which on-campus housing is available. The Fox Village offers four bedroom/two bathroom apartments, which are all intelligently designed.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Rent is $4,850 per academic year or $485 per month. Leases are individual (rent by the bed) and not joint leases.

All apartments are fully furnished and include basic cable, Wi-Fi, and a 32’ TV in the living room.

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UW-Green Bay

UW-Green Bay offers a variety of on-campus housing opportunities.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
Residence hall room $3,800
2-bed Shared Room Apartment (4-student) $4,000
1-bed Shared Room Apartment (2-student) $4,100
1-student efficiency $4,100
2-bedroom Private Room Apartment $4,700
3-bedroom Private Room Apartment $4,600
4-bedroom Private Room Apartment $4,600
5-bedroom Private Room Apartment $4,600

Each residence hall room has a private bath with a shower, and a vanity area with sink and medicine cabinet. The rooms are carpeted, and drapes are furnished. All include computer network access and TB cable hookup.

The on-campus apartments have a compact kitchen with stove, sink, disposal, refrigerator, cupboards, a table and chairs. The living area contains a sofa, lounge chairs, and end tables. Each bedroom has single beds, desks and chairs, and nightstands. There is a double closet. Bathrooms have a shower and double sink. Drapes and carpeting are provided. Wireless internet and HD cable TV hookup are provided, but students should bring their own televisions.

Food Service Rates

All students residing in a residence hall are required to purchase a Basic Dining Plan that is $2,200 per academic year for $2,000 in Dining Points (all Dining Plans include an administrative fee). An optional dining plan designed for students who are living in campus apartments or in off- campus housing is also available.

Both the Residence Hall (Basic) Dining Plan and the Apartment/Commuter Dining Plans are debit or declining balance accounts where the Point or dollar amount is equal to the dining plan selected. Meals are a la carte and students may eat as much or as little as they wish, paying only for the items they have selected to purchase. Students do not pay sales tax on food purchases when using a Dining Plan.

At any point during a semester, students can add to their Dining Plan account or purchase Dining Points in any dollar amount, to be used at all locations on campus that serve food.

For more information regarding the meal plan, Contact University Dining at (920)465-2550, ext.11, or http://www.uwgb.edu/union/id/dining-points

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UW-La Crosse

UW-La Crosse offers double and triple residence hall rooms.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
Traditional Hall Double $3,500
Coate, Laux, White (First-Year Halls) $3,550
Eagle Hall Triple $3,900
Eagle Hall Double $4,500
Eagle Hall Single $5,350
Reuter Hall $5,350

Residence hall rooms are furnished and include cable TV hookup and a refrigerator. All rooms are wired for computer network access including Wi-Fi.

Food Service Rates

There are four meal plans offered for students who live on campus. Costs are per the 2014-2015 academic year.

Meal Plan Type Costs
19 meals/week $2,410
14 meals/week $2,370
Reuter Block Meal Plan $1,240

Students who live off campus can purchase an additional meal plan. The Off-Campus Meal Plan is $345 for the first 50 meals.

For more information regarding food service, contact:

Meal Plan and ID Office
(608) 785-8891 or http://uwlaxdining.com/plans/index.html

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UW-Madison

UW-Madison offers a variety of on-campus housing options.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year*

Room rates and Dining Operation
Room Type Costs
Regular double $7,054
Regular Single $7,876
Smith/Ogg/Dejope Double $8,004
Smith Single $8,676
Chadbourne Double $7,391
Phillips Hall/Merit House $7,844
Winter break housing option $7,279

*The residential learning communities require a program fee in addition to the room rates listed above. Program fees for the academic year range from $200–$300. See hall descriptions for details. Scholarships are available. There is a fee of $1,720 for all residence hall students that supports the operation of dining facilities and the comprehensive dining services program that is included in the rates above.

Room rates include 100 Mbps internet service, cable TV including Big Ten Network HD and five other HD channels, and all utilities. Most incoming students live in a regular double room.

Food Service Rates

Food service is popular and convenient. Students can choose from a variety of dining rooms, carryout stores, delis, and coffee houses in the University Residence Halls. Students pay only for the food they select (a meal plan is not required) using funds they have deposited into their Housing Food debit account. Each time they purchase a food item, the purchase price is automatically deducted from the balance in the account.

The average residence hall student spends approximately $1,280 per academic year on food purchased in the University Residence Halls' dining facilities.

For more information regarding food service, contact:

(608) 262-0057
dining@housing.wisc.edu

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UW-Marathon County

UW-Marathon County is one of the two-year campuses at which on-campus housing is available. Single rooms are usually not available. Students at Northcentral Technical College also reside on campus.

Housing and food service rates are combined on this campus. UWMC offers 3 convenient payment options. Payments may be made quarterly, by semester, or in a single full year payment.

Three meals a day are served on weekdays and two daily are served on the weekends. UWMC and NTC residents have the choice between a 10, 14, or 19 meal/week plan. Meal plans may be changed according to contract terms.

Room and Food Service Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room & Meal Type Costs
Room + 19 meals per week $4,727
Room + any 14 meals per week $4,666
Room + any 10 meals per week $4,585

Rooms include computer network access, and cable television hookup.

For more information regarding housing or the meal plan, contact:

Office of Residence Life
Marathon Hall
615 Garfield Ave.
Wausau, WI 54401
(715) 261-6136

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UW-Marinette

UW-Marinette is one of the two-year campuses at which on-campus housing is available.

Room rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Cost
One Bedroom-Two Person Apartment $4,100
Two-Bedroom, Three Person Apartment
Room Type Cost
Smaller Bedroom, Private $4,600
Larger Bedroom, Shared $3,900

Apartments are partially furnished units with bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, kitchen table and four chairs, living room sofa, chair, and coffee table. Each unit has one bathroom and a full kitchen with full-size refrigerator and range with oven. Basic cable TV, internet, all utilities, and free parking for each resident are included in rent.

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UW-Marshfield/Wood County

The Villas offers fully furnished, 4-bedroom/2 bathroom units. Rent for 2014-2015 is $2,400 per semester. Rent is per student, per bedroom. Leases are for the academic year or 10 months. There is no meal plan. A café is open on campus during daytime business hours.

The apartments are fully furnished. Each student will have a private bedroom with locked entry, full bed, and desk. The living room has a sofa and chairs. The kitchen has a breakfast bar, bar stools, and full-sized appliances, including a glass-topped range, dishwasher, and full-sized refrigerator.

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UW-Milwaukee

UW-Milwaukee has four residence halls on campus.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Cambridge Commons Residence Hall
Room Type Costs
Double $6,420
Double upgrade $7,490
Sandburg North, South, & West Towers
Room Type Costs
Single $6,060
Double $5,130
Triple $4,560
Sandburg East Tower
Room Type Costs
Single $7,560
Double $5,780
Purin Hall
Room Type Costs
Single $6,760
Double $5,400
River View
Room Type Costs
Double $6,100

Students may rent lofts from housing for $100 and must bring their own refrigerators (4 cubic feet). Amenities include cable TV and high-speed internet. RiverView, Cambridge Commons, and Sandburg East residence halls include air conditioning.

Kenilworth Square Apartments
Room Type Cost per month
Single Standard $1,020
Single Upgrade $1,060
Double Standard $650
Double Upgrade $680
Triple Standard $565
Triple Upgrade $628

Kenilworth Square features 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments. All apartments include a full kitchen and sitting area. Amenities include all utilities, high-speed internet, cable TV and furnished bedrooms. Each type of apartment has two price levels: standard and upgraded.

To be eligible to live in Kenilworth Square Apartments, you must be either a graduate student, visiting faculty member, or an undergraduate that is either 22 years or older by date of entry or one that has attained Junior or Senior status by date of entry.

Food Service Rates

The meal plan on campus is a points-based plan. Students deposit funds in their Resident Account, and when they purchase food items, the price is automatically deducted from the balance of their account. Students pay an enrollment fee to cover basic costs, and then every dollar above that amount is added to the resident's card to be spent at dining service units across campus.

Students may sign up for different levels of participation based on their eating habits. There are kitchens in the Cambridge Commons Double upgrade Purin Hall, and Sandburg East, so these students are not required to purchase a meal plan. All resident hall students are required to pay an administration fee of $1,542 per year that is included in the published costs below.

Meal Plans per academic year

Meal Plan Type Costs
Value (Level 1) $3,084
Standard (Level 2) $3,740
Premium (Level 3) $4,394

For more information regarding the Resident Account, contact:

UWM University Housing
(414) 229-4065

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UW-Oshkosh

UW-Oshkosh offers double and single residence hall rooms for undergraduates.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
Double $4,016
Single $5,556
Taylor double $4,564
Taylor single $5,964
Design Single $5,300
Horizon 2 bedroom $5,800
Horizon 4 bedroom $6,020

All rooms include a cable TV hookup, computer network access, refrigerator and microwave.

Food Service Rates

UW-Oshkosh offers a wide variety of meal plan options,starting at $2,686 for the 2014-2015 academic year.

For more information regarding the meal plan, contact:

University Dining Office
(920) 424-2391 or http://reeve.uwosh.edu/dining/meal-plans

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UW-Parkside

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
University Apartments single $4,960
University Apartments double $4,240
University Apartments small double $3,788
Ranger Hall single $5,028
Ranger Hall double $4,320
Pike River Suites single $5,532
Pike River Suites double $4,748

UW-Parkside offers both apartment-style housing, including a kitchen, bathroom, refrigerator, telephone, and cable TV, and residence hall accommodations. All rooms have internet access.

Food Service Rates

This campus has a Declining Balance Point Plan for its food service. Students deposit funds into their accounts, and when they purchase food items from a variety of dining areas on campus, the price is automatically deducted from the balance in their accounts. Students can add additional points to their accounts at any time. There are four residential meal plans from which to choose. Costs are based on the 2014-2015 academic year.

Meal Plan Type Costs
Parkside Plan $2,376
Ranger Plan $2,634
Green & Black Plan $2,856
Parkside Plus Plan $3,124

For more information regarding meal plans, contact:

UW-Residence Life Office
(262) 595-2320 or http://uwp.edu/live/studentcenter/diningplans.cfm

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UW-Platteville

UW-Platteville offers double and single residence hall rooms.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
Traditional $3,890
Porter $4,290
Southwest $5,570
Rountree Commons $5,100
Bridgeway Commons $5,360

All residence hall rooms include a telephone, refrigerator, computer network access, and cable TV hookup.

Food Service Rates

UW-Platteville offers a wide variety of meal plan options, starting at $3,500 for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Additional block of 25 w/ meal plan N/A N/A $180

For more information regarding the meal program, contact:

Systems Administrator
Meal Access Office
(608) 342-1404 or http://www.uwplatt.edu/dining/meal-plan-rates

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UW-Richland

UW-Richland is one of the two-year campuses that has private housing available adjacent to campus. At Campus View, students may choose apartment or suite-style living.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
Residence Hall Regular $3,500
Suite $3,660
West Hall $3,660
Myerst Simons 2 BR, 4 Students $3,740
Myerst Simons 1 BR, 2 Students $3,870

All rooms include furniture and appliances, air conditioning, cable television service, Internet service, and utilities.

Food Service

Food service at this campus involves meal tickets. Students purchase meal tickets, and each ticket has five $6.00 value punch holes. Tickets can be used for daily breakfast or lunch specials, or students can order á la carte. If a purchase is less than $6.00, students receive a credit ticket for the difference.

The cafeteria is open 7:15 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Mon - Thurs, and 7:15 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Fri. The cafeteria is closed weekends. Costs are current for 2014-2015.

Meal Plan Type Costs
Meal plan 1: 45-ticket package
(225 $6.00 punches - typically provides 3 meals per day per semester)
$1,300
meal plan 2: 30-ticket package
(150 $6.00 punches - typically provides 2 meals per day per semester)
$870
meal plan 3: 15-ticket package
(75 $6.00 punches - typically provides 1 meal per day per semester)
$435
meal plan 4: 1-ticket (5 meals) $30

For more information about the meal plan, contact:

Richland County Food Service
(608) 647-6186 ext 253 or http://richland.uwc.edu/campus/resources/facilities/cafe

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UW-River Falls

UW-River Falls offers these different types of rooms in the residence halls: a room shared by two people, a single room, or four rooms assigned to individuals within a suite.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
Double $3,860
Single $4,890
Suite $4,890

UWRF freshmen and sophomores are required to live in UWRF residence halls. There are some exceptions to this policy.

Each room is furnished with a microfridge unit, loftable bed unit, mattress, desk and desk chair, bookshelf, and dresser. Amenities include computer network access and digital cable TV. There are also many community options for residential campus living.

As indicated by the name, South Fork Suites is a "suite style" residence hall. There are 60 four-person furnished suites. Each suite has four private single bedrooms, a living room, a dining area/kitchenette, and a bathroom. The entire building is air conditioned. Each of the eight wings has a large kitchen/lounge area for cooking meals and a laundry area.

To be eligible to reside in South Fork Suites, students must currently meet one of the following eligibility requirements: completed four semesters of full-time college coursework by move-in date, earned 60 or more credits by move-in date, 21 years of age or older by move-in date, or veteran status (2-years active duty).

Food Service Rates

These costs are accurate for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Meal Plan Meals Dining Dollars Guest Meals Costs
19 Weekly Plan 19/week $60 5 $2,440
14 Weekly Plan 14/week $60 5 $2,390
120 Block plan 120/semester $100 None $2,476
60 Block plan 60/semester None None $856

*The 60 Block meal plan is only available to students who have earned 60 or more credits, South Fork Suites residents, or commuter students. It does NOT meet the mandatory meal plan requirements for freshmen or sophomores.

For more information regarding the food service, contact:

Food Services Office
(715) 425-4663 ext. 113 or http://www.uwrf.edu/dining/mealplans/currentmealplans.cfm

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UW-Stevens Point

UW-Stevens Point offers double and single residence hall rooms.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
Unrenovated Double (Knutzen, May Roach, Pray-Sims, Smith, Thomson, Watson Halls) $3,660
Renovated Double (Baldwin, Burroughs, Hansen, Knutzen, Neale, Steiner Halls) $3,860
Unrenovated Single (Hyer, Knutzen, May Roach, Pray-Sims, Smith, Thomson, Watson Halls) $5,042
Renovated Single (Baldwin, Burroughs, Hansen, Knutzen, Neale, Steiner Halls) $5,242
Suites@201 $5,438

Each room is furnished and includes computer network access, carpeting, and cable TV hookup. The university does not provide lofts; however, you may build your own or rent from an outside company. Please note: beds in the Suites@201 are self-lofting. You cannot bring a different lofting system into the Suites@201 rooms.

Food Service Rates

All students residing on campus are required to participate in the dining program for the entire academic year. Residents of Hyer Hall and the Suites@201 are exempt from this requirement unless otherwise notified. A dining contract is effective for one academic semester. In addition to the cost of food, plan fees cover operational expenses.

Dawg Dollars accompany some dining plans and provide the freedom to purchase any item at UDS dining locations. Dawg Dollars are worth one dollar each and purchases are tax exempt. You may also use Dawg Dollars for non-alcoholic food purchases in the Brewhaus. Dawg Dollars roll over from the fall to the spring semester as long as a new dining plan contract is signed and remains active for the entire semester. All Dawg Dollars must be used by the end of the spring semester and do not carry over. PointCash is accepted at all dining locations, along with several other areas on campus and a number of restaurants off campus.

The number of meals listed is per semester, and costs are per the 2014-2015 academic year.

Cost # of Meals Meals/Week Dawg Dollars Cost per Meal
$2,370 150 10 $75 $7.40
$2,650 200 13 $25 $6.50
$2,926 250 17 $0 $5.85

Dining plans are also available for off-campus students and staff.

Off-Campus Dining Plan Cost
25 meals $332
50 meals $644
75 meals $936

For more information regarding the University Dining Service, contact:

Point Card Office
University Dining Service
(715) 346-2012 or http://uwsp.edu/dining/pages/dining-plans/plans.aspx

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UW-Stout

UW-Stout offers double and single residence hall rooms.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
Double $3,779
Remodeled Double $3,879
Single $4,279
Suite $4,479
Triple $3,579
Remodeled Triple $3,679

University Housing offers two different types of living experiences: First Year Experience, for freshmen, and The Next Experience, for sophomores and upper-class students. Student rooms are furnished with lofted beds, dressers, desks, chairs, bookcases, closets, carpeting, and blinds. University Housing also furnishes a combination microwave, freezer and refrigerator. Each room also includes computer network access and cable TV service.

Food Service Rates

The Baseline Plan is designed for maximum flexibility on campus. In addition to cafeteria meals, all other University Dining Service operations accept Baseline Account Funds. The cost of the Baseline Dining Plan is broken into two parts. The first part is the fixed portion, which covers non-food operating costs. The second part is the dining funds. Students deposit funds into their account, and as they purchase food from dining services across campus, the price is automatically deducted from the balance of their account.

All students living on campus are required to purchase a meal plan. All residence hall students are given the option to deposit funds as Baseline Plus Funds at the start of, and throughout, the semester. "Plus" funds allow students to make purchases at many additional on-campus locations outside of dining.

There are four buy-in levels from which to choose. Costs are provided for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Meal Plan Type Costs
Level 1 $2,264
Level 2 $2,404
Level 3 $2,544
Level 4 $2,684

Off-campus students and faculty may purchase the Flexline or Block Plan.

For more information regarding the Baseline Dining Plan, contact:

University Dining Services
(715) 232-4050 or http://www.uwstout.edu/dining/plans/index.cfm

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UW-Superior

UW-Superior offers two options for on-campus housing.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
Double Room $3,490
Single Room $4,690
Hawkes Double $3,700
Hawkes Single $4,980
Hawkes Suite $4,480

Each room is furnished and carpeted. A telephone jack, cable TV jack, and computer network access is provided in each room.

Food Service

All students are welcome to purchase a meal plan or Jacket Cash for use in the dining services. Freshmen and sophomores who are required to live in the residence halls MUST sign up for a meal plan.

Superior Plan participants will have access to the Union Cafe during all scheduled hours. The Union Cafe will provide service from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday – Friday and from 11:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on the weekends. Superior Plan participants must use their Jacket Cash or U.S. dollars for retail purchases. As an added bonus, Superior Plan participants will receive 5 guest passes during the third week of each semester and meals for visiting family members will be complimentary on move in day for fall semester.

Black & Gold plan meals may be used in the Union Cafe or for daily combos offered in retail serveries anytime the dining locations are open. Students may use as many meals per meal period (Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner) as they want to and may provide meals for guests. The Black & Gold Plan may be customized at the Union Information/Service Desk any time after the first day of classes by: using Jacket Cash or U.S. dollars to buy additional blocks of 10 meals for $74, converting meals to Jacket Cash in blocks of 10 meals for $70, or adding Jacket Cash with deposits of $25.00 or more.

A Jacket Cash Account is a declining cash balance account that allows you to use your UW-Superior ID card to "purchase" food and non-alcoholic beverages in the Union Cafe, Brick Oven Grille, and Jacket Java at discounted prices.

Meal Plan Type Costs
The Superior Plan
(Unlimited + $50 Jacket Cash)
$2,920
Black & Gold Plan
(135 meals + $125 Jacket Cash)
$2,490

The number of meals listed is per semester, and costs are for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Yellowjacket Union Information Desk
(715) 394-8102

http://campus-dining.com/my-campus/uw-superior/meal-plans

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UW-Whitewater

UW-Whitewater offers a variety of on-campus housing options.

Room Rates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Room Type Costs
Double Room $3,744
Single Room $5,120
Design Single
(available only in Wells East and West)
$4,624
Triple Room $3,264
Starin Suite $5,568
Fox Meadows Apartment
Room Type Costs
1 bedroom (double occupancy) $4,976
2 bedroom (double occupancy in both rooms) $4,320
3 bedroom (double occupancy in 2 rooms) $4,320
Single Room in 3 bedroom Apt. $5,392
Cambridge Apartments
1 bedroom (double occupancy) $4,824
2 bedroom (double occupancy in both rooms) $4,688
3 bedroom (double occupancy in 2 rooms) $4,688
Single Room in 3 bedroom Apt. $5,456

Each room is furnished with beds and mattresses, dressers, mirrors, desks and chairs, closets, book shelves, drapes, and recycling containers. Cable TV hookup and computer network access are included in each room.

Food Service Rates

All freshmen and sophomores living in the residence halls are required to enroll in a meal plan. Students living off-campus may also enroll in the "My Meals" Plan. All meal plan fees include an overhead cost.

Fixed Meal Plans are available in blocks of 10, 14, 19 or 24. Add-on Dining Dollars are a required part of your Fixed Meal Plan. Dining Dollars are accepted at any UW-W Dining Services Location. All students can choose the 'Full' or 'Mega' Dining Dollar Meal Plan instead of a Fixed Meal Plan.

In addition to meal plans, a Purple Point account is a pre-paid debit account that can be used for purchases at participating locations both on and off campus. However, Purple Points is NOT a meal plan option.

These costs are supplied for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Dining Dollars
Fixed Meal Plans $50 $75 $100 $150
10 meals/wk $2,360 $2,410 $2,460 $2,560
14 meals/wk $2,400 $2,450 $2,500 $2,600
19 meals/wk $2,450 $2,500 $2,550 $2,650
24 meals/wk $2,500 $2,550 $2,600 $2,700
Dining Dollar Meal Plans
Meal Plan Costs
Full Dining Dollars Plan $2,620
Mega Dining Dollars Plan $3,820

Students not required to have a meal plan may choose the following plan:

My Meals Plan Costs
25 meals $346
35 meals $692
50 meals $1,038
10* meals $138.40

*First enrollment for each academic year must be at least 25 meals.

For more information regarding dining services, contact:

University Dining Services
(262) 472-1437

http://uc.uww.edu/hawkcard/enrll.html

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