Rates

2018-2019 Housing and Meal Plan Rates

The following charts show the range of costs for Housing and Meal Plans. As you plan on which combination fits your budget, you can also determine what options are available for Residence Hall Communities. There is a plan for all types of students, and there is one for you!


Room Types By the Semester Academic Year
Multiple Occupancy Traditional Room (Dabney/Daniels/ Calhoun/Siddall) $3,378 $6,756
Single Traditional Room (Calhoun/Daniels/Siddall) $3,898 $7,796
Multiple Occupancy Bedroom in Junior Suite (Marian Spencer/Stratford Heights) $3,886 $7,772
Single Occupancy Bedroom in Junior Suite  (Marian Spencer/Stratford Heights) $4,205 $8,410
Double Occupancy Bedroom in Suite (Turner/Scheinder)
$4,119 $8,238
Single Occupancy Bedroom in Suite (CRC/Turner/Scheinder) $4,368 $8,736
Apartment Double Occupancy Bedroom (USquare)   $3,886 $7,796
Apartment Double Occupancy Bedroom (Corry/Morgens/Scioto/UPA) $4,326 $8,652
Apartment Single Occupancy Bedroom (Corry/Morgens/Scioto/UPA) $4,587 $9,174

Rates approved by the University of Cincinnati Board of Trustees.
 

Academic Year (Room & Meal Plan)  

Room Types

With Unlimited Meal Plan 

With Block 186 Meal Plan 
Multiple Occupancy Traditional Room (Dabney/ Daniels/Calhoun/Siddall) $11,340 $11,304
Single Traditional Room (Calhoun/Daniels/Siddall) $12,380 $12,344
Multiple Occupancy Bedroom in Junior Suite (Marian Spencer/Stratford Heights) $12,356 $12,320
Single Occupancy Bedroom in Junior Suite  (Marian Spencer/Stratford Heights) $12,994 $12,958
Double Occupancy Bedroom in Suite (Turner/Scheinder) $12,822 $12,786
Single Occupancy Bedroom in Suite (Turner/Scheinder) $13,320 $13,234
Apartment Double Occupancy Bedroom (USquare) $12,356 $12,320
Apartment Double Occupancy Bedroom (Corry/Morgens/Scioto/UPA) $13,236 $13,200
Apartment Single Occupancy Bedroom (Corry/Morgens/Scioto/UPA)
$13,758 $13,722

Rates approved by the University of Cincinnati Board of Trustees.

* 12-month contracts begin with summer semester 2018 and extend through spring semester 2019. All apartments are considered 12-month contract locations. See Terms and Conditions for more information regarding 12-month contracts.

*** All academic break periods (Winter Break & Spring Break) are included in the base price of Corry, Morgens Hall, Scioto Hall, University Park Apartments and all block lease locations. All other halls exclude break periods from the academic year contract.

2018-2019 Meal Plan Rates

Meals on the plans may be used at MarketPointe@SiddallCenterCourt and  StadiumView Café dining centers, as well as grab-and-go equivalancy options at DAAP Café, Catskeller and the new CourtsideExpress. For increased convenience and flexibility StadiumView Café offers a to-go option. Unused meals from 186 Block Plan or Campus Dining Plans do not carry over to the next term.

First Year On-Campus Residents

First year students who have a housing contract through Housing and Food Services are required to purchase a residential meal plan. Per the terms and conditions of the housing agreement they are not eligible to purchase a Campus Dining Pass or to forego purchasing a meal plan.

Residential Unlimited Meal Plan

This plan offers students maximum flexibility to meet the needs of any eating schedule. Students have the freedom to eat a full meal or to just stop by to grab a snack. The format of this plan eliminates the need to budget meals per week and allows students to enjoy eating at the pace that works best for them. 

For added value the unlimited meal plan comes with fifteen additional meals that you can use to treat a guest and $150 Bearcat Card dollars.

Meal Plan

Details

Cost per
Semester

Cost per
Year

Unlimited

Unlimited dine-in meal swipes

$150 BCC dollars/semester

15 guest meals/semester

$ 2,292

$ 4,584

186 Block Plan

Averages 12 meals/week

Unrestricted guest meals

$ 2,274

$ 4,548

**Bearcat Card (BCC) dollars are added to the student's ID as part of the meal plan. The BCC dollars may be spent at any on-campus food location (incuding the Dining Centers) as well as off-campus locations participating in the BCC program. BCC dollars carry over from one semester to the next, and refund of any unspent BCC dollars is available upon request at the end of spring semester or upon leaving UC.


Campus Dining Pass

Campus Dining Pass plans are available to upper-class residential students, commuter students, staff, and faculty. It's a convenient, fresh, healthy option for all-you-care-to-eat meals when on campus!

Per the terms and conditions of the housing agreement, first year on-campus residents are not eligible to purchase the plans listed below.

If a student runs out of meals mid-term, they can purchase an additional Campus Dining Pass to add more swipes and Bearcat Card (BCC) dollars to their card. Mix and match different plans to come up with the number of meals that works best for you!

Meal Plan

Description

Cost per
Semester

Cost per
Academic Year*

Dining Pass 65

65 meals/semester

$150 BCC dollars

$ 739

$ 1,478

Dining Pass 48

48 meals/semester

$75 BCC dollars

$ 510

$ 1,020

Dining Pass 36

36 meals/semester

$45 BCC dollars

$ 396

$ 792

* Cost per academic year assumes purchase of the same level Campus Dining Pass each semester.

Upper-class/Returning On-Campus Residents

Students who choose to live on campus a second year and beyond may choose from the options listed below:

  • Residential Meal Plan
  • Campus Dining Pass
  • No Meal Plan

Off Campus/Commuter Students

Students who live off campus and commute to campus may choose from the options listed below:

  • Residential Meal Plan
  • Campus Dining Pass
  • No Meal Plan

*** All academic break periods (Winter Break & Spring Break) are included in the base price of Morgens Hall, Scioto, Stetson Square, Campus Park, Corry, University Edge, USquare,University Park Apartments, VP3, and The Verge. All other halls exclude break periods from the academic year contract.

Break Rates & Information for Residents


Winter Break Housing Information Coming Soon

Summer Rates

Summer 2019 rates will be published in spring.