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Room and Board Rates

2014-2015 Welcome to Residential Life at Fontbonne University

Reasonable consideration is given to the student's request for specific accommodations, room and roommate. However, the application contract is for space in university housing, not for a particular building, floor, room or roommate. Pricing is based on room size, occupancy, and bathroom accommodations. When necessary, placement in a triple room or on a wait list is possible. Your housing assignment is not final until approval from Financial Aid is received. If approval is not received by July 1, the resident loses priority status for room selection preference.

Housing contracts and costs are for a full academic year.

St. Joseph Hall – On Campus

 

Double room, communal bath

 $4,827.00

Single room, communal bath (if space is available)

 $5,802.00

Triple room, communal bath (if needed)

 $3,738.00

   

Medaille Hall – On Campus

 

Single room with private bath

 $6,244.00- $6,345.00

Single room with semi private bath

 $6,107.00

Single room with communal bath, includes smaller room  

 $4,780.00 - $5,860.00

Double Occupancy Rooms, if needed

 $4,847.00

Triple room with shared bath, if needed

 $3,944.00

Triple room with communal bath, if needed

 $3,738.00

   

Southwest Hall – On Campus 

 

Single bedroom with apartment accommodations

 $7,731.00

   

Cotta Hall - Off Campus

 

Large Bedroom

 $5,754.00

Small Bedroom

 $5,169.00

 

Resident Meal Plans

It is important to us to provide residents with appetizing meals that meet your nutritional needs.

Two food venues are available: Ryan Hall Cafeteria located on first floor of Ryan Hall and the Griffin Grill in the Dunham Student Activity Center (DSAC). Learn more about our meal plans and how they work.

Our breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus are available online beginning in the fall.

Resident students living in Medaille and St. Joseph Halls are required to have a meal plan. Residents can choose from 3 Traditional Plans (19, 14 or 10 meals per week) or 3 Block Plans (170 meals, 145 meals, or 115 meals per semester). If you do not specify a meal plan, the 14 meal plan is automatically assigned to Medaille and St. Joseph residents only. Changes in your plan choice can be made up to 2 weeks after moving in. All change requests must be in writing. No changes are accepted by phone.

Traditional Meal Plans Cost Per Year Explanation
Full 19 Meal Plan  $3,962.00 Only plan holder can use meals each week. Meals are non-transferable.
Medium 14 Meal Plan  $3,843.00 Only plan holder can use meals each week. Meals are non-transferable.
Partial 10 Meal Plan  $3,695.00 Only plan holder can use meals each week. Meals are non-transferable.
     

Block Plans

Cost Per Year

Explanation

C-340 meals per year/170 per semester

 $4,033.00

Meals can be used anytime throughout the semester for the plan holder or their guest(s). Unused meals at the end of the semester do not transfer. There are no refunds. If meals run out before the end of the semester, the resident can purchase Griffin Bucks.

D-290 meals per year/145 per semester

 $3,902.00

E-230 meals per year/115 per semester

 $3,759.00

 

Griffin Bucks

Commuters, Faculty & Staff, and even Residents can participate!

Griffin Bucks - use in Griffin Grill and Ryan Dining Hall. Add money on your student account in the business office. Each additional $25 applied to your account receives a 10% bonus to the total. Griffin Bucks balance carries over from the fall semester to the spring semester but not from spring to the following fall. Griffin Bucks accounts are closed on the last Friday before the spring semester ends. Balances are not refundable, use it or lose.

All On Campus residents can use this in addition to their meal plan but it does not replace the meal plan.

Great for Off Campus residents in Southwest and Cotta Halls where meal plans are not required.

To check your account balance, Food service or the Business office can assist you. To add money to your account, you or resident parents can contact the Business office at 314-889-1405 Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

You are responsible for reporting a lost or stolen Fontbonne ID card with Griffin Bucks dollars to Student Affairs, 889-1411. Fontbonne University assumes no financial liability for a lost or stolen card.

 

Questions? Contact a Residential Life staff member at 314-889-1411 or residentiallife@fontbonne.edu