On-Campus Housing Rates

 

All Residential Housing and Apartments come equipped with a free local phone line, Internet (WiFi) service, IPTV or digital cable, and furniture.

Rates listed below are for the semester. These rates include all utilities, including electricity. Housing charges will be placed on your Webster University student account.

Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 Room Rates: Residence Halls and Apartments

(SUMMER 2016 RATES - SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM)

Building Room Type Cost per semester per person
East Hall Single $3565
East Hall Double $3160
East Hall Triple $2330
Maria Hall Double $3025
West Hall Double $3025
Webster Village Apartments 2 Bedroom $4435
Webster Village Apartments 4 Bedroom $3730
Webster Village Apartments Efficiency-Double Occupancy $3730
Big Bend & Glen Park  1-Bedroom  (Double) $2165
Big Bend & Glen Park  1-Bedroom  (Single) (Limited) $4330
Big Bend & Glen Park  2-Bedroom (Double) (Limited) $2550
Big Bend & Glen Park  2-Bedroom (Triple) 
$1700


Activity Fee:

Each resident is charged a $60 activity fee each semester which supports educational, cultural, and social programming efforts.

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018 Room Rates: Residence Halls and Apartments

Building Room Type Cost per semester per person
East Hall Single $3565
East Hall Double $3160
East Hall Triple $2330
Maria Hall Double $3025
West Hall Double $3025
Webster Village Apartments 2 Bedroom $4570
Webster Village Apartments 4 Bedroom $3840
Webster Village Apartments Efficiency-Double Occupancy $3840
Big Bend & Glen Park  1-Bedroom  (Double) $2535
Big Bend & Glen Park  1-Bedroom  (Single) (Limited) $5070
Big Bend & Glen Park  2-Bedroom (Double) (Limited) $2985
Big Bend & Glen Park  2-Bedroom (Triple)  $1990


Activity Fee:

Each resident is charged a $60 activity fee each semester which supports educational, cultural, and social programming efforts.

Fall 2016 - Spring 2017: Meal Plans & Rates

Media Plan Type Includes Cost per semester **University Overhead
**Plan A $1700 points per semester (All Points) $2370 $670
Plan B 19 meals per week & 100 points $2570 $910
Plan C 180 meals & 200 points $2500 $910
Plan D 115 meals & 350 points $2440 $910

** A percentage of the price for each meal plan covers the University’s costs for the dining facilities. The rest goes to our dining services contractor, Sodexo.

A - $1,700 All Points Plan: $2,370 per semester ($670 to University Overhead)
This plan offers the most flexibility and is designed for individuals who eat most of their meals at the University Center, the library, Sverdrup, or the East Academic Building.
**This plan is not available for freshmen residential students until their 2nd semester.
**Points do no roll over from semester-to-semester on this plan

B - 19 Meal Plan: $2,570 per semester ($910 to University Overhead)
This plan is designed for the individual who leads an active lifestyle. It is the best fit for an individual who prefers all-you-care-to-eat meals in Marletto’s for most of their meals.
19 meals per week with $100 in points for the semester. Meals must be used each week or they are forfeited. Meal may only be used by the meal plan holder (no guest meals). Points left over from the fall semester will roll over and add to the points for the spring semester.

C - 180 Meal Block: $2,500 per semester ($910 to University Overhead)
This plan is designed to meet the needs of most of our residential students. It has been our most popular plan.
180 meals per semester with $200 in points for the semester. Meals can be used anytime throughout the semester for the student holder of the meal plan or their guest(s). Unused meals at the end of the semester are forfeited. Points left over from the fall semester will roll over and add to the points for the spring semester.

D - 115 Meal Block: $2,440 per semester ($910 to University Overhead)
The plan is designed for the student who is occasionally off campus, involved in activities such as internships or off-campus jobs. It offers more flexibility by having a large amount of points.
115 meals per semester with $350 in points for the semester. Meals can be used anytime throughout the semester for the student holder of the meal plan or their guest(s). Unused meals at the end of the semester are forfeited. Points left over from the fall semester will roll over and add to the points for the spring semester.

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018: Meal Plan Rate

Media Plan Type Includes Cost per semester **University Overhead
BLUE & GOLD $1700 points per semester (All Points) $2500 $800

 

  • This meal plan operates on an “all points” or “declining balance” basis. This offers students the ultimate in flexibility and spending options at our Campus Dining Services locations. This plan allows students to get whatever they want at any time when Dining Services is open. This is an a la carte’ plan, and any past restrictions such as meal exchanges or meal combos, have been eliminated.
  • Students can dine at Marletto’s, the Crossroads food court in the University Center, the Library Café featuring Kaldi’s, or the Simply-to-Go unit in the East Academic Building. There will no longer be an “all-you-care-to-eat” dining option at Marletto’s. Everything will be priced a la carte’ and you will only pay for what you get.
  • Points not used during the fall semester carry over to the spring semester. Points not used by the end of the academic year are forfeited.
  • Points on this meal plan cannot be used at off-campus restaurants.
  • Buy-Up Option – After a full meal plan is purchased, if you would like to add more points to your meal plan, you can get a 2-for-1 buy-up option. For every $100 in additional points purchased, you will get 200 points. This Buy-Up Option can be purchased at the Campus Dining Services offices in Maria Hall.

2016 Summer Housing Rates

(2017 rates: Coming soon)

Full Summer Term (June 6-July 29, 2016)
2 bedroom apartment - $1700 per person
4 bedroom apartment - $1475 per person
Shared efficiency apartment - $1475 per person
Single efficiency apartment - $2135 per person (for ADA Accessible needs only)

If you would like to stay in housing outside of the summer term (June 6-July 29, 2016) or transition from the spring and/or to the fall, you will need to sign up for bridge housing. See the info below for rates.

Spring 2016 to Summer 2016 Bridge Housing:$550 per person (must have a housing contract for Spring 2016 and Summer 2016 to use this option)

Summer 2016 to Fall 2016 Bridge Housing: $400 per person (must have a housing contract for Summer 2016 and Fall 2016 to use this option)

Short Term Summer Rates - 2016

Per night (four-bed, two-bed, shared efficiency) $50 per person per night
Per night (single efficiency) $55 per person per night

Weekly rate (two-bed) $270 per person per week
Weekly rate (four-bed/shared efficiency) $245 per person per week
Weekly rate (single efficiency) $300 per week

Monthly rate (two-bed) $915 per person per month
Monthly rate (four-bed/shared efficiency) $795 per person per month
Monthly rate (single efficiency) $1,150 per month

All students living in the residence halls and all first year students living on campus must purchase a meal plan for the entire year they reside on campus.