Spring 2017 Fee Schedule for Spring Only Residents

Accommodations with Meal Plans (Note)

 

Spring Term
Item Suite Double Suite Single Cabernet Triple Cabernet Double Sauvignon Triple Sauvignon Double Sauvignon Single
Down Payment $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400
01/01/2017 $1,373 $1,623 $1,188 $1,476 $1,249 $1,565 $1,821
02/01/2017 $1,371 $1,622 $1,188 $1,476 $1,248 $1,564 $1,820
03/01/2017 $1,371 $1,622 $1,188 $1,476 $1,248 $1,564 $1,820
04/01/2017 $1,371 $1,622 $1,188 $1,476 $1,248 $1,564 $1,820
Spring Total $5,886 $6,889 $5,152 $6,304 $5,393 $6,657 $7,681

 

Accommodations Without Meal Plans

Spring Term
Item Sauvignon Triple Sauvignon Double Sauvignon Single Tuscany Double Tuscany Single Beaujolais Single
Down Payment $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400
01/01/2017 $606 $922 $1,178 $922 $1,178 $1,178
02/01/2017 $603 $919 $1,175 $919 $1,175 $1,175
03/01/2017 $603 $919 $1,175 $919 $1,175 $1,175
04/01/2017 $603 $919 $1,175 $919 $1,175 $1,175
Spring Total $2,815 $4,079 $5,103 $4,079 $5,103 $5,103

Note

All first year college students are required to be on a meal plan for their entire first year at SSU. "First year college students" includes students who have recently graduated from high school and are enrolling at SSU for the first time. Some students, while in high school, enroll in community college classes and/or earn college credits through advanced placement courses. These students are still required to participate in the meal plan for their entire first year at SSU. This first year meal requirement applies whether students are living in suites (without kitchens) or in apartments which do have kitchens. The reason for the requirement is that, along with providing nutritional food choices, meal plan participation provides daily contact and interaction with a variety of other students and staff members. We have found that this interaction is very helpful in adjusting to and persisting through the challenges of the first year of college.