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Billing & Rates

Updates to Housing Cashier’s Office Operations

The UW Housing Cashier’s Office will be closed to the public beginning March 16th until further notice. Staff can be reached by email at this time. Please contact us at cashiers.office@housing.wisc.edu. We thank you for your patience during this time.

Rates

2020-21 Academic Year – New Students (projected)

The projected annual rates for 2020-21 listed below are per resident and include housing during Thanksgiving and spring recess. Most new residents are assigned to a double room.

Rates vary based on hall amenities, learning community fees, and dining plan. Costs are billed by semester, combined with tuition, and include room, furnishingsInternetdigital or cable TVmaintenance/repairs, dining operations fees, cleaning of bathrooms and common spaces, and 24/7 full-time staff support.

Dining Plan

Students select from one of three dining plan tiers, based on their eating habits and how much they plan to dine on campus. Money for food purchases, which is included in the room & board rates, is loaded onto the Resident Food Account on their Wiscard. Our marketplace-style dining is entirely à la carte. Residents receive discounted pricing on food in University Housing Dining locations, as well as other incentives at higher tiers.

Room & Board Rates

Additional Options

Winter Break: Available for an additional fee

Notes

  • Learning Community fees are added to bills for residents living in those communities. All residents of Barnard, Bradley, and Chadbourne are members of the learning community in those buildings
  • *While Sellery Residence Hall is under renovation, residents in Sellery will receive a discount on their Housing bill to acknowledge any potential inconveniences

2020-21 Academic Year – Returning Students (projected)

The projected annual rates for 2020-21 listed below are per resident and include housing during Thanksgiving and spring recess.

Rates vary based on hall amenities and learning community fees. Costs are billed by semester, combined with tuition, and include room, furnishingsInternetdigital or cable TVmaintenance/repairs, dining operations fees, cleaning of bathrooms and common spaces, and 24/7 full-time staff support.

*Does not include dining purchases. Returning residents can optionally purchase food à la carte. Returning Residence Hall residents may purchase any of our three dining plan tiers. Neither is required for returning residents.

Additional Options

Winter Break: Available for an additional fee

Notes

  • Learning Community fees are added to bills for residents living in those communities. All residents of Barnard, Bradley, and Chadbourne are members of the learning community in those buildings.
  • *While Sellery Residence Hall is under renovation, residents in Sellery will receive a discount on their Housing bill to acknowledge any potential inconveniences

2019-20 Academic Year – New Students

The annual rates for 2019-20 listed below are per resident and include housing during Thanksgiving and spring recess. Most new residents are assigned to a double room.

Rates vary based on hall amenities, learning community fees, and dining plan. Costs are billed by semester, combined with tuition, and include room, furnishingsInternetdigital or cable TVmaintenance/repairs, dining operations fees, cleaning of bathrooms and common spaces, and 24/7 full-time staff support.

Dining Plan

Students select from one of three dining plan tiers, based on their eating habits and how much they plan to dine on campus. Money for food purchases, which is included in the room & board rates, is loaded onto the Resident Food Account on their Wiscard. Our marketplace-style dining is entirely à la carte. Residents receive discounted pricing on food in University Housing Dining locations, as well as other incentives at higher tiers.

Room & Board Rates

Additional Options

Winter Break: Available for an additional fee

Notes

  • Learning Community fees are added to bills for residents living in those communities. All residents of Barnard, Bradley, and Chadbourne are members of the learning community in those buildings.

2019-20 Academic Year – Returning Students

The annual rates for 2019-20 listed below are per resident and include housing during Thanksgiving and spring recess.

Rates vary based on hall amenities and learning community fees. Costs are billed by semester, combined with tuition, and include room, furnishingsInternetdigital or cable TVmaintenance/repairs, dining operations fees, cleaning of bathrooms and common spaces, and 24/7 full-time staff support.

*Does not include dining purchases. Returning residents can optionally purchase food à la carte. Returning Residence Hall residents may purchase any of our three dining plan tiers. Neither is required for returning residents.

Additional Options

Winter Break: Available for an additional fee

Notes

  • Learning Community fees are added to bills for residents living in those communities. All residents of Barnard, Bradley, and Chadbourne are members of the learning community in those buildings.

Additional questions about billing? Contact our Cashier’s Office at the address or phone number provided below:

University Housing Cashier’s Office
Slichter Hall
625 Babcock Drive
Madison, WI 53706
(608) 262-2230
Monday – Friday from 10am – 4pm
cashiers.office@housing.wisc.edu