Residential Application Guide - Page 13

How Much Does it Cost? Living on campus provides the best opportunity to plug directly into the Husky community and ensure that the complications of everyday life don’t get in the way of academic achievement. The residential communities at the UW provide a ready-made environment that maximizes ease of living and connections to the resources needed to succeed at the University. The range of price points and room types gives flexibility for our students’ diverse budgets and lifestyles, and the UW is committed to keeping housing costs as low as possible while providing students with their expectation of a modern living environment. Rates for Triple Tooms If you aren’t assigned to a double room, it is likely that you will be assigned to a space in a triple room. Triple rooms are located only on West Campus. WEST CAMPUS RESIDENCE HALLS | TRIPLE ROOMS West Campus triple rooms are in Alder Hall, Elm Hall, Lander Hall and Poplar Hall. ROOM TYPE QUARTERLY RATE ACADEMIC YEAR RATE Triple $2,404 $7,212 Our not-for-profit mission means our rates are based on what it costs to operate our buildings, not what the market can bear like many off-campus housing options. Get the true Husky Experience and come live with us. Rates for Double Rooms Double rooms are the most common type of units within our residence halls. There are two different rates for these units. NORTH CAMPUS RESIDENCE HALLS | DOUBLE ROOMS North Campus double rooms are in Haggett Hall, McMahon Hall and the 2104 House. ROOM TYPE QUARTERLY RATE ACADEMIC YEAR RATE Double $2,006 $6,018 WEST CAMPUS RESIDENCE HALLS | DOUBLE ROOMS West Campus double rooms are in Alder Hall, Elm Hall, Lander Hall, Maple Hall, Mercer Court, Poplar Hall and Terry Hall. ROOM TYPE QUARTERLY RATE ACADEMIC YEAR RATE Double $2,994 $8,982 www.hfs.washington.edu 13