Housing Options and Rates Per Semester

Below are the descriptions of your housing options and associated costs.

The base rate for room and board will cost $10,800 for the full.  The base rate includes a double in A-E and a full meal plan.

Premium Doubles in A-E (additional $300 for the full year): Premium doubles, located in A-E, are triple rooms with two people assigned to the room. While all of the furniture will need to remain in the room, students who choose to live in a premium double will have access to both the walk-through single and double.

Singles in A-E (additional $700 for the full year): Singles, located in A-E, are designated as one-person occupant rooms. These rooms are the same as previous years.

Premium Singles, A-E (additional $800 for the full year): Premium singles, located in A-E, are double rooms housed with one person. While all of the furniture will need to remain in the room, a student that chooses to live in a premium single will have full access to the double room.

Singles, Hunter - juniors and seniors only (additional $900 for the full year)*: Singles, located in Hunter Hall, are designated as one-person occupant rooms.  The majority of rooms in Hunter Hall are considered singles.

Premium Singles, Hunter - juniors and seniors only (additional $1,000 for the full year)*: Premium singles, located in Hunter Hall, are currently one-person occupant rooms.  The “longer, end rooms” are considered premium singles, specifically; HN124, HN223, HN335, HN323, HS208, HS309, HW200, HW312, HW300.

*Rising Sophomores will be able to wait-list into Hunter after all Juniors and Seniors have been housed. Juniors and Seniors will not be able to pull in a sophomore as part of HAP.

21 Plus housing (Hunter North 1st): Residents of designated 21+ suites may responsibly consume alcohol in the privacy of their suite. This privilege is extended to guests of the residents in these apartments as long as the guests are also of legal drinking age. For more rules regarding 21 Plus Housing, please refer to page 11 in the handbook.

Quiet Housing (Darby & Hunter South 2nd): is available in specific areas of the residence halls for students wishing extended periods of quiet in their suite. Students choosing this housing option must abide by the quiet conditions. Quiet hours are in effect from 8:00 p.m. - 8:00 a.m., Sunday through Thursday, and from 11:00 p.m. - 8:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

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