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Returning Student Housing Sign-Up

RETURNING STUDENTS
HOUSING SIGN-UPS FOR 2015-2016

Sign up for Apartments and Residence Halls will be held the week of April 6th. 2015-2016 housing sign-up will take place through the "Self-Service" portal. There will be 4 sign-up days based on class level, with seniors starting after midnight on the 6th, followed by juniors on the 7th, etc. Only one student needs to reserve the apartment/room, so it's advantageous to have the roommate with the highest priority scale sign-up your group.

For more information, download the Returning Student Housing Sign-up Flyer...http://www.sckans.edu/file/2168.

Housing prices are listed below. If you are signing up for a private room or apartment that is more expensive then your current housing, please contact financial aid prior to housing sign-up. You may need to apply for more financial aid loans so that you will not have an outstanding bill.


2015-2016 Housing Prices (per semester)

RESIDENCE HALLS
(all with air conditioning, phones, Internet & cable TV)

  Double Private
Broadhurst Hall (meal plan required)   2000
Cole Hall (meal plan required) 1600 3200
Sutton Hall (meal plan required) 1600 3200
Wallingford Hall (meal plan required) 1600 3200

 


APARTMENTS
(all with air conditioning, phones, Internet, & cable TV)

        Double Private
Shriwise Apartments (meal plan required)       2375 4750
Honor Apartments (meal plan optional)       2900 5835
    Quad Triple Double Private
Reid Apartments (meal plan required) Studio       3200
  One bedroom     2375 4750
  Two bedroom 2375 3165 4750 9500
    Quad Triple Double Private
Warren Apartments (meal plan optional) Two bedroom 2850 3780 5665 11330

Meal Plans: 10 meals $1700, 14 meals $1835, 17 meals $1940

Residential Facility Information
All residence halls and apartments are furnished with beds, dressers, and desks for the default capacity of the room. Note: Reid Apartments WILL NOT be equipped with mini refrigerators and microwaves next year. University furniture is not to be moved and the college does not store furniture. Students are allowed to bring additional living room furnishings if they wish.


Apartments

WARREN: Must be 20 years of age and junior status to be eligible for Warren Apartments. Two bedroom town homes with kitchen and 1 ½ baths, housing up to 4 students.Meal plan optional, open during semester breaks and available for summer occupancy. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.

HONOR: One bedroom apartment with kitchen and 1 bathroom, housing up to 2 students. Meal plan optional, open during semester breaks and available for summer occupancy. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.

SHRIWISE: One bedroom apartment, 1 bathroom, no kitchen*, housing up to 2 students. Open during semester breaks. Meal plan required. *Apartments without kitchens are not allowed any kitchen appliances with heating elements, except for coffee pots with automatic shut offs. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.

REID: Studio (one student), one bedroom (up to 2 students), and two bedroom (up to 4 students) apartments, 1 bathroom, no kitchen*. Meal plan required. Closed during semester breaks. *Apartments without kitchens are not allowed any kitchen appliances with heating elements, except for coffee pots with automatic shut offs. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.


Residence Halls

BROADHURST: Upperclassmen and transfers single rooms, co-ed by suite. Private Rooms Only. Bathroom shared between two rooms. Meal plan required. Community kitchen available. Closed during semester breaks. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.

SUTTON: Co-Ed living by floor for upperclassmen and transfers. Suites with shared bathroom between two rooms. Meal plan required. Closed during semester breaks. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.

WALLINGFORD: Housing for freshmen, transfer, and upperclassmen. Meal plan required. Closed during semester breaks. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.

Any questions please contact Residence Life at ext. 6392.

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