Housing & Meal Plan Rates

All students living on campus pay the housing rate corresponding to their assigned room type and the meal plan they choose.

To calculate your Housing and Meal Plan rate for the academic year, add together the academic year room rate and the academic year meal plan rate.

All rates are subject to change.


2021-2022 Room Rates

These rates are subject to approval by the Minnesota State Board. The Board historically takes action on the student rates and fees by late June prior to student arrival in August.

Richards, Conway, Morey-Shepard, Prentiss-Lucas and Sheehan are all considered traditional residence halls.

Learn more about these halls on Main Campus.

Room Type
Academic Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
Super Single
$6,100
$3,050
$3,050
Double
$6,100
$3,050
$3,050
Single
$6,100
$3,050
$3,050
Suite Single
$6,100
$3,050
$3,050
Suite Double $6,100 
$3,050
$3,050

Kirkland Hall and Haake Hall are considered suite-style halls and are both located on WSU Main Campus.

Room Type
Academic Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
2 Bedroom Suite / 4 person -- Double
$6,400
$3,200
$3,200
2 Bedroom Suite / 2 person -- Single
$7,450
$3,725
$3,725
3 Bedroom Suite / 3 person --Single
$7,450
$3,725
$3,725
4 Bedroom Suite / 4 person --Single
$7,450
$3,725
$3,725

East Lake Apartments are available to upper-level students in their sophomore year or above.

These apartments are fully furnished, and rates include all utilities.

Room Type
Academic Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
4 Bedrooms / 4 person -- Single
$5,740
$2,870
$2,870
2 Bedrooms / 4 person -- Double
$4,962
$2,481
$2,481
2 Bedrooms / 2 person -- Single $6,700 $3,350 $3,350
1 Bedroom / 2 person -- Double
$4,962
$2,481
$2,481
1 Bedroom Efficiency / 2 person - Double
$4,614
$2,307
$2,307

2021-2022 Meal Plan Rates

All students living in the traditional residence halls and Kirkland-Haake Halls are required to have a dining hall meal plan. Students living East Lake Apartments may opt into a meal plan if they wish.

Dining Dollars is a fund of money that is included with most meal plans that gives you the flexibility to eat at other dining locations on campus.

Learn more about Dining Dollars and dining locations on campus where these can be spent.

The Block Plan is an option to all WSU Faculty & Staff.

Learn more about the Block Plan menu and dining locations.


Meal Plans

Dining Dollars are non-refundable under any circumstance. Block Plans are non-refundable once a meal has been used.

Meal Plan  Meals  Dining Dollars  Cost  Eligibility 
Warrior Anytime Unlimited  $100  $1550/semester  Residence Hall Students Only

(
Off-Campus/East Lake not eligible) 
14 Meals/Week 14 meals/week  $215  $1585/semester  All Students 
10 Meals/Week 10 meals/week $255 $1525/semester All Students
Warrior 90 Block Plan 90 meals/plan $90 $799/plan East Lake/Off-Campus
Warrior 75 Block Plan 75 meals/plan $0 $595/plan East Lake/Off-Campus
Warrior 60 Block Plan 60 meals/plan $120 $599/plan East Lake/Off-Campus
Warrior 30 Block Plan 30 meals/plan $155 $398/plan East Lake/Off-Campus

Meal Plan Add-Ons

Dining Dollars can be added to any meal plan in $25 increments.

The Warrior 10 Block Plan can be added to any block plan:

  • Total Meals: 10
  • Dining Dollars: 0
  • Cost: $81 per plan

Managing Your Meal Plan

Students may increase their meal plan or add more Dining Dollars at any time throughout the semester.

However, the deadline to decrease your meal plan is the tenth business day of the semester at 4:30pm. 

To modify your meal plan, complete the Change of On-Campus Meal Plan Form in your Housing Portal or contact the Housing Office at housing@winona.edu.