2019-2020 Housing and 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.

Meal Plan Rates

Meal Plan
Academic Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
7 meals per week
(includes $250 Kryzsko Kash/semester)
$2,738
$1,369
$1,369
10 meals per week
(includes $230 Kryzsko Kash/semester)
$2,858
$1,429
$1,429
14 meals per week
(includes $210 Kryzsko Kash/semester)
$3,018
$1,509
$1,509
19 meals per week
(includes $190 Kryzsko Kash/semester)
$3,136
$1,568
$1,568
       
Block Plan for Off-Campus, East Lake & Sustainability House
Cost Per Plan
   
75 meals ($0 Kryzsko Kash) $575    
75 meals + $250 Kryzsko Kash
$825


75 meals + $230 Kryzsko Kash
$805


75 meals + $210 Kryzsko Kash
$785


75 meals + $190 Kryzsko Kash
$765


All students living in the residence halls are required to have a meal plan with the exception of East Lake Apartments and the Sustainability House. Students wanting to change their meal plan will need to fill out a Change of On-Campus Meal Plan Form at the Housing Office in Kryzsko Commons.

Students may increase their meal plan at any time throughout the semester.

Students wanting to decrease their meal plan must do so by 4:30pm on the tenth class day of the semester.

  • Fall Semester 2019 - Monday, Sept. 9, 2019
  • Spring Semester 2020 - Monday, Jan. 27, 2020

Kryzsko Kash is a fund of money that is included with a 7-, 10-, 14- or 19-meal plan. It is also an option for the 75 Meal Block Plan. Kryzsko Kash gives you the flexibility to eat at other dining locations on campus. Each purchase you make is deducted from your total balance. Kryzsko Kash must be used by the end of spring semester or you will lose any remaining funds. Kryzsko Kash is not refundable per your Housing and Dining Agreement.

If you use all of your Kryzsko Kash and would like more funds available, additional Kryzsko Kash can be added to your account.

Room Rates

Traditional Residence Halls

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

Room Type
Academic Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
Double
$5,950
$2,975
$2,975
Single
$6,700
$3,350
$3,350
Triple $5,950
$2,975
$2,975
Quad
$5,950
$2,975
$2,975
Single Suite
$6,700
$3,350
$3,350
Double Suite
$5,950
$2,975
$2,975

Kirkland and Haake Residence Halls

Kirkland - upper-class students only (24+credits)
Haake - freshmen

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

Upper-class students only (sophomore and above)

Room Type
Academic Year
Fall Semester
Spring Semester
4 Bedroom Apartment / 4 person -- Single
$5,600
$2,800
$2,800
2 Bedroom Apartment / 4 person -- Double
$4,840
$2,420
$2,420
1 Bedroom Apartment / 2 person -- Double
$4,840
$2,420
$2,420
1 Bedroom Efficiency Apartment / 2 person - Double
$4,500
$2,250
$2,250

All rates are subject to change.

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.