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Pricing Information

Residence Hall, Apartment, and Meal Plan Rates

We all know that college can appear to be an expensive investment.  Luckily, University Housing here at UCM provides a living environment that is very affordable and full of opportunities.  From living in the residence halls to on-campus apartments, University Housing provides students a safe and reasonably priced means of living.  

 

2022-2023 Residence Hall and Apartment Rates

2022-2023 Residence Hall Room Rates

Double Occupancy Room

$3,047.50 per semester
$6,095 per year 

 

Single Occupancy Room

  • $3,698 per semester
  • $7,396 per year 

2022-2023 costs do not include $100 deposit due at time of agreement.  Room rates include internet access (including wireless), laundry, and all utilities.  The agreement is for a full academic year.  Please see agreement further contractual information.    

2022-2023 Foster/Knox and Nickerson Rates (Furnished)

1 Bedroom, 1 Bath

  •  $793/month 

2022-2023 cost does not include $100 deposit due with agreement.  Rent for Foster/Knox and Nickerson includes all utilities, laundry, and internet access.  Qualifications to live in these apartments are 30 UCM-accepted credit hours or 21 years of age (or above).  

Second year students (sophomores) under 60 credit hours who resident in these apartments are still required to maintain the required first/second year meal plans. 

2022-2023 Todd Apartments Rates (Furnished)

1 Bedroom, 1 Bath

  • $793/month (one person occupancy)

2 Bedroom, 2 Bath

  • $975/month (cost is split between the two occupants)
    If second occupant leaves at any time, the remaining occupant will be given option to take over the full rent, relocate to another hall/apartment on campus or bring in another eligible roommate.

2022-2023 Cost does not include $100 deposit due with agreement.  Rent for Todd Apartments includes all utilities, laundry, and internet access.  Qualifications to live in these apartments are 30 UCM-accepted credit hours or 21 years of age (or above).  

Second year students (sophomores) under 60 credit hours who resident in these apartments are still required to maintain the required first/second year meal plans.

2022-2023 Greenwood Park and Central Village Rates (Unfurnished)

Greenwood Park


2 Bedroom, 1 and ½ Bath Townhouse Style Apartment

  • $853/month (cost is split between occupants with apartment agreements)

Central Village


1 Bedroom, 1 Bath

  • $648/month 

2 Bedroom, 1 Bath

  • $782/month (cost is split between occupants with apartment agreements)

 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath

  • $934/month (cost is split between occupants with apartment agreements)

2022-2023 cost does not include $300 deposit due with agreement.   If student has deposit on file, they will then own the remainder.  $100 is owed upon applying (unless $100 is currently on file) and remaining amount is due at time application is signed.  

Rent for unfurnished Greenwood Park and Central Village includes internet access, sewer, water, laundry, and trash collection. The resident pays for gas and electricity. Qualifications to reside include married couples, single parents, graduate students or undergraduate students who are at least 20 years of age or have 60 or more UCM accepted credit hours.

When submitting agreement students must acknowledge and agree to the following statement:  

I understand if I rent the apartment with a roommate I am obligated for the full rent of the apartment if the roommate moves out.)

2022-2023 The Crossing Apartment Rates (Furnished)

4 Bedroom

  • $631/month (per bedroom)

 4 Bedroom Garden Apartment (2-story)

  • $631/month (per bedroom)

 2 Bedroom

  • $738/month (per bedroom)

2022-2023 cost does not include $100 deposit due with agreement.  Rent for The Crossing includes all utilities, laundry, and internet access.  Qualifications to reside are 21 years of age or 30 UCM-accepted credit hours.

2022-2023 Meal Plan Rates

First Year and Sophomore Meal Plans

Meal plans are required for all first year and sophomore students.

First Year and Sophomore Meal Plan Options:

  • Plan 1:  Access Plan (unlimited residential dining access during hours of operation), $150 dining dollars (includes 3 guest passes) | $1802/Semester
  • Plan 2:  Access Plan (unlimited residential dining access during hours of operation), $300 dining dollars (includes 6 guest passes) | $1899/Semester
  • Plan 3:  Access Plan (unlimited residential dining access during hours of operation), $500 dining dollars (includes 8 guest passes) | $2099/Semester

ALL dining dollars on the above plans may only be used at on campus locations.  Students may make additional deposits to their spending account in increments of $50 Dining Dollars (Add-on dining dollars can only be used on campus).  

Or

A block of 25 meals costing $162.  This can be done via MyCentral anytime!

Meal plans are on a semester basis and are bill accordingly, however, agreements are for the FULL academic year.

Dining dollars will roll-over to the next semester.  Students are able to post meal plan charges to their student account through the first Friday of classes. After that time, all purchases must be paid at the time of purchase.

Deadline to change meal plan for the spring term is the Friday during the first week of classes during the spring term.

Junior and Above Meal Plans

Juniors or above may choose meal plans 1-3 as provided above or any listed below:

Plan 4:  Block of 25 Meals |  $162

Plan 5:  Block of 50 Meals |  $298

Plan 6:  Block of 80 Meals|   $433

Plan 7:   $50 Dining Dollars| $50

Meal plans are on a semester basis and are bill accordingly, however, agreements are for the FULL academic year.

ALL dining dollars on base plans may only be used at on campus locations.  Students may make additional deposits to their spending account in increments of $50 Dining Dollars (Add-on dining dollars can only be used on campus).  

Or

A block of 25 meals costing $162.  This can be done via MyCentral anytime!

Meal plans are on a semester basis and are bill accordingly.  Meal swipes do not carry over to the next semester, however, dining dollars will.  Students are able to post meal plan charges to their student account through the first Friday of classes. After that time, all purchases must be paid at the time of purchase.

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