Residence Hall Costs
2017-2018 rates are per semester
Wallace Residence Center, Double: $2,150; Limited single rooms are also available: $2,950
Tower, Double: $2,150
Living Learning Communities (LLCs), Double: $2,437.50; Single: $3,125
McConnell Hall, Single Rooms only: $2,950
Meal plans are required for all first-year students. View meal plan information.
Convenience: Be close to everything
You’re walking distance to classes, faculty, library, computer labs, rec. center and great places to eat! Don’t waste your time at traffic lights and finding parking spots in the morning. Ease your stress and sleep in.
Make friends and stay connected.
You are guaranteed to meet people who are close by for study help or hanging out. Have the time of your life doing intramural sports, clubs, student government and residence hall events.
Avoid money hassles
Avoid typical apartment monthly bills, buying furniture, paying for repairs and chasing down roommates for rent payments.
Students who live on campus have higher GPAs, are more likely to graduate and be more satisfied with their college experience than students who live off campus.
You will be living with people who are going through the same experiences as you. You have the ability to talk to faculty, staff and students who can support your personal and academic needs.
Room and board charges will appear on your Student Account bill, which you can access through VandalWeb. Find your room and board charges by choosing the “Student” tab, then “Student Accounts,” and then “Student Account Billing Statement.”
If you have financial aid, room and board charges will be deducted from your remaining financial aid after your UI fees have been paid. The remaining balance should be paid in full on or before the first day of the applicable semester.
For your convenience, you may choose to sign up for a payment plan available through VandalWeb that will allow you to make monthly payments during the semester instead of paying the entire amount at the beginning.