Rates & Hall Information

Rates & Hall Information

2020-2021 Room Rates (per semester); select Meal Plan below:

Room TypeResidence HallsFall 2020Extended Fall Housing (for those staying after Fall Break)Spring 20213D Floor Plan
Community-Style DoubleAllison, Durward, Edwards, Ingersoll, Newsom, Westfall and Towers Triple$2,641$377$3,018
Community-Style Towers TripleDurward, Westfall$2,641$377$3,018
Community-Style DoubleLaurel Village$2,905$415$3,320
Suite-Style DoubleBraiden, Corbett, Parmelee$3096$442$3,538
Community-Style Designed SingleDurward, Westfall$3,308$473$3,781
Suite-Style DoubleSummit, Parmelee/Braiden 4th floor loft$3,393$485$3,878
Suite Style Double w/ Private BathAcademic Village, Laurel Village$3,483$498$3,981
Suite Style Double in Quad w/ Private BathAcademic Village$3,483$498$3,981
Suite Designed SingleCorbett, Braiden, Parmelee$3,483$498$3,981
Community-Style SingleLaurel Village$3,639$520$4,159
Suite-Style SingleLaurel Village, Summit, Parmelee/Braiden 4th Floor$4,341$620$4,961 
Suite-Style Single with Private BathroomAcademic Village, Laurel Village$4,542$649 $5,191

2020-2021 Meal Plan Selections (per semester); must select one:

Meal Plan SelectionFall 2020 with $150 RamCashExtended Fall Housing Additional CostsSpring 2021
Any 21$2,870$389$3,258
Any 14$2,627$354$2,981
Any 10$2,169$288$2,457
U Plan for upperclass residents – 5 meals per week$1,271$160$1,431

* Room and board charges can be paid on a monthly basis with CSU’s Prepayment Plan. For payment plan users, if your payments are kept up-to-date (see payment schedule) and cover the amount billed to your student account, your account will be paid each term prior to the student account billing due date (September 10 for fall and February 10 for spring).

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ANY 10

10 meals per week 20 bonus passes per semester $150 RamCash per semester

ANY 14

14 meals per week 20 bonus passes per semester $150 RamCash per semester

ANY 21

21 meals per week 20 bonus passes per semester $150 RamCash per semester

Any 21 meal plan can be increased to the Any 21 Upgrade plan (up to 8 meals a day) for an additional $354 per semester.

Residence Hall Information

Because the final three weeks of Fall Semester classes will be held virtually, 2020-2021 assignments, hall features, and learning community locations may differ from the chart as we make accommodations for students who wish to finish the semester remotely and those who wish to remain in the residence halls.  

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Communities & Housing Options Single Room Suite Style Community Style Air-Conditioning Open for General Assignments

Residence HallCommunities & Housing Options ††Single Room‡Suite StyleCommunity StyleAir Conditioning% Open for General Assignments
Academic Village
  • Engineering*
  • Honors
Green DotGreen DotGreen Dot0%
Allison
  • Transfer Community
Green Dot85%
Braiden
  • Key Communities
  • Key Plus
  • Transfer Community
Green DotGreen Dot0%
Corbett
  • Health & Exercise Science
  • Key Communities
  • Living Substance Free
Green Dot70%
Durward
  • Open for all general assignments
Green DotGreen Dot100%
Edwards
  • Engineering
  • Honors
Green Dot60%
Ingersoll
  • Open for all general assignments
Green Dot100%
Laurel Village
  • College of Natural Sciences
  • Year 2 @ CSU
  • Transfer Community
Green DotGreen DotGreen DotGreen Dot0%
Newsom
  • Open for all general assignments
Green Dot100%
Parmelee
  • Arts & Creative Expression
  • Global Village
Green DotGreen Dot40%
Summit
  • Natural Resources Learning Communities
  • Open Housing
Green DotGreen DotGreen Dot80%
Westfall
  • Living Substance Free
Green DotGreen Dot80%

*Students living in the Academic Village Engineering Residential Learning Community will be assessed an additional program charge of $200 per semester through the College of Engineering
†Selected halls remain open during fall/spring breaks
‡Braiden and Parmelee halls only offer single rooms on their 4th floors
††Students who have been accepted to a Residential Learning Community will have the opportunity to be part of that community regardless of the building in which they are assigned to live