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We all know that college seems to be an expensive investment.  Luckily, University Housing here at UCM provides a living environment that is very affordable and a lot of fun.  From living in the residence halls your first year, to getting an on-campus apartment, Universtiy Housing provides students a safe and reasonably priced means of living.  

2013-2014 Residence Hall Room Rates:
Per Semester
Per Year
Double Room
$2,517
$5,034
Single Room
$3,117
$6,234
*All first-year students are required to purchase a meal plan. Meal plans cost $1,350 per semester.
Room rates include Internet access, cable TV and all utilities. Plus, local phone service is an option that residents may add for a much lower rate than other phone service providers. The agreement is for a full academic year.
2013-2014 Apartment Rates:
Monthly
Deposit
Foster/Knox and Nickerson Apartments
1 bedroom, 1 bath
$679
$200
Todd Apartments

1 bedroom, 1 bath

$679
$200
2 bedroom, 2 bath
$836

$200

Rent for Foster/Knox, Nickerson and Todd Apartments includes all utilities plus cable TV and Internet access. Phone service is not provided but may be added through a local provider. Residents must have completed at least 30 credit hours or be 21 years old and not be on academic or disciplinary probation.
 

Greenwood Park Townhouses

2 bedroom, 1 and 1/2 bath
$731
$300
Central Village Apartments
1 bedroom, 1 bath
$554
$300

2 bedroom, 1 bath

$669
$300
3 bedroom, 1 bath
$800
$300
Rent for Greenwood and Central Village includes cable TV, Internet access, water, sewage and trash collection. The resident pays for gas and electricity. Phone service is not provided but may be added through a local provider. These apartments are available for students who are at least 21 years of age, a graduate student or have a family, and do not have any academic or disciplinary problems