On-Campus Rates & Installments

The rates listed are based on the full academic year, which begins in August and ends in May. Charges are applied to student's accounts in July for the Fall semester and December for the Spring semester. Costs include the $300 Housing Down Payment paid when applying to live on campus. 

Billing Statements & Making Payments

Student Billing Statements, known as "eBills," are issued electronically at the beginning of the month. The eBills are emailed to your SSU Email address and a variety of payment options are accepted. Students will receive an email notification to their SSU email address each time an eBill is generated.

The semester charges can be paid in full or in 4 installments starting August 1 for the Fall term and January 1 for the Spring term. There are several different methods for making future housing payments. Please see the How to Make Payments website for more information. Failure to pay the amount on or before the due date will result in action by the University including, but not limited to, eviction, academic holds, payment due in full, and/or late fees.

On Campus Rates

2023-2024 Rates and Installment

Because housing rates vary based on room type, it is important for all students interested in living on campus to be aware of the applicable costs. This section of the website is designed to be helpful for both students and their families/supporters when it comes to paying for on-campus housing.

Included in the total cost is the $300 initial payment, which must be submitted when applying to live on campus. The $300 initial payment is deducted from the total amount due toward your first semester and is not a deposit.


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2022-2023 Rates and Installment

Housing rates vary based on room type. Included in the total cost is the $300 initial payment, which must be submitted when applying to live on campus. The $300 initial payment is deducted from the total amount due toward your first semester and is not a deposit.



Meal Plan, Dining Dollars & Wolf Bucks

Culinary Services Meal Plan

Meal plans provide opportunities to connect with peers over a fresh cooked meal or give you access to grab a quick bite between classes and meetings. Incoming first-year first-time freshmen are required to participate in the Seawolf All Access meal plan

  • 2023/2024 All Access meal Plan cost of $6,405 ($3,328 for Fall, $3077 for Spring) was included in the published 2023/2024 rates.

Incoming transfer students and continuing SSU students are not required to participate in a meal plan but may purchase a meal plan. Please see the Culinary Services meal plan website for additional information on the All Access Meal Plan for first year students, along with meal plan options for continuing and transfer students.

Please see operation hours and days on Culinary Service's webpage

Dining Dollars

The meal plan includes a designated amount of a declining balance credit for each semester called Dining Dollars. Dining Dollars can be used at any dining location on campus. When making a food purchase, simply present your Seawolf ID Card to the cashier and let them know you would like to pay with Dining Dollars. The amount of your purchase is then deducted from your Dining Dollar balance.

Wolf Bucks

The WolfBucks program is a debit-based card system that virtually eliminates the need to carry cash on campus! Simply deposit funds into your account, and enjoy the convenience of being able to make purchases at participating locations by swiping your Seawolf I.D. card!

2023 Summer Housing

Summer Housing Option 2023

Rent pricing is per person/per night and is based on the occupancy of the room. Posted rates are for Summer 2023 and are subject to change for future summers. The Alsace building in Beaujolais Village has been designated as the building to house SSU students over the summer. Alsace is apartment style accommodation with 4 bedrooms each with a private bathroom in the apartment.

  • Single Room: $40/night

Current Spring Resident

Please plan ahead. Spring 2023 residents will transition to a summer assignment the last week of May. Spring residents living in Alsace will also be reassigned to a new apartment for the summer. They will not remain in the same apartment. 

Additional information about summer housing and it's options will be posted in April. Single rooms are limited and are based on availability.

Financial Aid

In order to be considered for a variety of financial aid, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every year by March 2. For more information, visit: Federal Student Aid. The school code for SSU is 001156.

For more information on dates and deadlines, visit the Financial Aid website page on How to Apply for Financial Aid.

Winter Break (December 16, 2023 - January 20, 2024)

Residents are not contracted to reside on campus between the Fall and Spring terms. 

REACH is happy to announce that we are able to accommodate residents during the winter break in 2023/2024. This means, Fall residents continuing as residents on campus for the Spring semester will be able to remain on campus during the winter break (see dates below). Additionally, residents will be able to reside in their fall accommodation during the break and will not need to relocate to a new building for the break.

More information about this opportunity will be provided to students in the months that come. Students contracted to live on campus for the 2023/2024 academic year can opt into this opportunity prior to August 1. Please see some important bullet points listed below to assist you in your planning:

  • Open enrollment for Winter Break Housing; May 1-August 1

  • Residents will be able to extend their housing contract for the following dates: December 16, 2023-December 22, 2023 and January 2, 2024-January 19, 2024

  • December 23, 2023-January 1, 2024 the campus is closed. REACH cannot accommodate residents staying on campus during this time, so please plan accordingly.

  • There will be an additional rent cost billed to the student for this extended time.

  • Meal Plans are not active during this time.

  • On-campus dining venues will be limited.