University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Billing & Rates

Rates

2018-19 Academic Year – New Students (projected)

Projected rates for 2018-19 reflect total room & board, including room, utilities, dining program fees, and food purchases.

The projected annual rates for 2018-19 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 meal plan. Costs are billed in quarterly installments and include high-speed campus wireless internet, HDTV cable, furniture, and utilities.

Meal Plan

Students select from one of three meal 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 (Projected)

Expanded Housing

A limited number of residents are temporarily assigned to Expanded Housing at the beginning of each fall semester. Expanded Housing rates, which are the same for all halls where this is offered, are projected for 2018-19 to be $9,450 (Tier 1 Meal Plan), $10,150 (Tier 2 Meal Plan), and $11,150 (Tier 3 Meal Plan).

Additional Options

Winter Break: Available for an additional fee

Notes

  • Billed in quarterly installments. Includes room, furnishingsInternetcable TVmaintenance/repairs, dining operations fees, cleaning of bathrooms and common spaces, and 24/7 full-time staff support.
  • Learning Community fees are added to quarterly bills for residents living in those communities. All residents of Adams, Barnard, Bradley, and Chadbourne are members of the learning community in those buildings.
  • A limited number of rooms with other configurations and rates may be assigned in some residence halls. Speak with the Assignment Office if you have questions about these rooms.

2018-19 Academic Year – Returning Students (projected)

Projected rates for 2018-19 include housing during Thanksgiving recess and spring break. Most new residents are assigned to a double room. Amounts listed are per resident.

Residence Hall Room Type Learning Community Total Billed Costs Total Typical Costs with Food*
Adams Single ILC 9,600.00 10,927.00
Barnard Double CRC 8,750.00 10,077.00
Barnard Single CRC 9,650.00 10,977.00
Bradley Double BLC 8,425.00 9,752.00
Chadbourne Double CRC 9,150.00 10,477.00
Cole Double 8,225.00 9,552.00
Cole Double BioHouse 8,425.00 9,752.00
Davis Single 9,350.00 10,677.00
Dejope Double 9,350.00 10,677.00
Dejope Triple 8,150.00 9,477.00
Kronshage Double 8,225.00 9,552.00
Leopold Double 9,350.00 10,677.00
Leopold Double GreenHouse 9,550.00 10,877.00
Merit Double with Bath 9,250.00 10,577.00
Merit Single-Small 8,850.00 10,177.00
Ogg Double 9,350.00 10,677.00
Ogg Double with Bath 9,550.00 10,877.00
Phillips Double with Bath 9,250.00 10,577.00
Phillips Double with Bath Open House 9,450.00 10,777.00
Sellery Double 8,850.00 10,177.00
Sellery Double StartUp 9,050.00 10,377.00
Sellery Double The Studio 9,050.00 10,377.00
Slichter Double 8,225.00 9,552.00
Smith Double 9,350.00 10,677.00
Smith Single 10,150.00 11,477.00
Smith Triple 8,150.00 9,477.00
Sullivan Double 8,225.00 9,552.00
Tripp Single 9,350.00 10,677.00
Waters Double 8,450.00 9,777.00
Waters Double WISE 8,650.00 9,977.00
Witte Double 8,550.00 9,877.00
Witte Double MLC 8,750.00 10,077.00
Witte Double-Renovated 8,650.00 9,977.00

*Includes $1,327 as an average for food purchases. Purchases are entirely à la carte and are not included in the quarterly bill. Cost represents and average and varies according to each resident’s eating habits. Students deposit money onto their Wiscard to pay for purchases.

Additional Options

Winter Break: Available for an additional fee

Notes

  • Billed in quarterly installments. Includes room, furnishingsInternetcable TVmaintenance/repairs, dining operations fees, cleaning of bathrooms and common spaces, and 24/7 full-time staff support.
  • Learning Community fees are added to quarterly bills for residents living in those communities. All residents of Adams, Barnard, Bradley, and Chadbourne are members of the learning community in those buildings.
  • A limited number of rooms with other configurations and rates may be assigned in some residence halls. Speak with the Assignment Office if you have questions about these rooms.

Summer 2018

Rates for the Summer Term of 2018. See the Summer Term Housing page for more information and term lengths.

wdt_ID Hall/Room Type Interim Term to 4-Week Interim Term to 3-Week 3-Week Term 4-Week Term 8-Week Term
1 Single Room 168.00 336.00 480.00 648.00 1,320.00
2 Double room 140.00 280.00 400.00 540.00 1,100.00

*2018 Summer Term residents that also have a binding contract for the 2018-19 academic year are eligible for housing at the end of Summer Term (August 11) until the opening of Fall 2018-19

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