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2016-2017 Contract Costs


Rate Tables and Payment Plans

Prices listed below do not include the $40 contract fee which must be submitted with the contract. All payments are due the 15th of the month. A $25 administrative fee is assessed each time a payment due date has been missed until the balance has been satisfied. For more detailed information, you can also download a copy of our Residence Hall Contract or Apartment Contract.




Residence Halls

(Including McMindes, Wiest, and Custer Halls)

Total Contract costs for 2016-17 Academic Year (both Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 semesters):

Room Options Open Access 10 Meal Plan 7 Meal Plan Room Only
Double $7,669 (includes $900 
dining dollars)
$7,493 (includes $1000 
dining dollars)
$7,437 (includes $1200 
dining dollars)
$3,729
Single $8,269 (includes $900 
dining dollars)
$8,093 (includes $1000 
dining dollars)
$8,037 (includes $1200 
dining dollars)
$4,329

*A limited amount of suites are available in Wiest Hall for an additional $200 per year in addition to the room rate.

 For more information about our meal plan options, please visit the dining services page.


Housing charges are broken into three payments per semester.

 For more information regarding payments and billing, please contact Student Fiscal Services or call 785.628.5251.

Contract period:
The standard Residence Hall Contract is for both the fall and spring semesters of any academic year. The halls open for the fall semester on the Thursday prior to the beginning of classes. They open for the spring semester on the Sunday prior to the beginning of classes. 




Tiger Place Suites

(Including Heather and Agnew Halls)

 Total Contract costs for 2016-17 Academic Year (both Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 semesters):

Room Options Open Access 10 Meal Plan 7 Meal Plan Room Only
Suite $8,768 (includes $900 
dining dollars)
$8,592 (includes $1000 
dining dollars)
$8,536 (includes $1200 
dining dollars)
$4,828

For more information about our meal plan options, please visit the dining services page.

Housing charges are broken into three payments per semester.

 For more information regarding payments and billing, please contact Student Fiscal Services or call 785.628.5251.

Contract period:
The standard Residence Hall Contract is for both the fall and spring semesters of any academic year. The halls open for the fall semester on the Thursday prior to the beginning of classes. They open for the spring semester on the Sunday prior to the beginning of classes.

 




Stadium Place Apartments



The Academic Year Contract period is from August 17, 2016 through May 24, 2017. Current rates for new contracts are as follows:

 

Academic Year Contracts
Two Bedroom - $5,817 per person (entire academic year)*
Four Bedroom - $5,280 per person (entire academic year)* 

Summer Contracts (2015)
Two Bedroom - $556.30 per person (per month)*
Four Bedroom - $505 per person (per month)*

  *Includes ALL utilities

A $200 security deposit, along with a $40 contract fee, must accompany each contract. The security deposit will be held through the length of the contract.



Wooster Place Apartments


Academic Year Contracts
One Bedroom - $5,364 per person (entire academic year)*
Two Bedroom - $5,817 per person (entire academic year)* 
Two Bedroom Shared - $4,743 per person (entire academic year)* 

Summer Contracts (2015)
One Bedroom - $513.10 per person (per month)*
Two Bedroom - $556.30 per person (per month)* 
Two Bedroom Shared - $453.60 per person (per month)*

  *Includes ALL utilities

A $200 security deposit, along with a $40 contract fee, must accompany each contract. The security deposit will be held through the length of the contract. 

 

Costs are subject to change without notice by the Kansas State Board of Regents.

Wooster Place rates are set by the Kansas State Board of Regents. Current rates are effective through July 31, 2015.




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Statement of Values:
FHSU is committed to providing a living environment in which students feel accepted and supported. Residents have the right to enjoy individual freedoms without regard to difference in ethnicity, race, national origin, disability, age, religion, political affiliation, personal belief or lifestyle.

Your Rights:
Each resident has the right to study and sleep within his or her own room. These rights precede the rights of guests, other individual rights or community rights.

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