Prices & Floor Plans
Before the beginning of each semester, the full semester price of the room and meal plan for each student is applied to their university student account. This enables the student to utilize eligible financial aid for their housing costs as well as to take advantage of university payment plans. Housing will only charge students for room and board fees at the beginning of their occupancy and not at the end. A student is responsible for ensuring they have financial aid that will cover housing costs if they are seeking to pay with financial aid dollars.
Installment plans must be established before the Deadline to Pay which is before classes begin each semester. Housing bills will not be posted until the Housing Office receives a student’s housing contract and deposit. Housing contracts received before the beginning of the semester will be posted by the second day of class. Room and board charges for students who turn in contracts after classes have started will be posted within 48 hours of receipt of the contract. Setting up an installment plan may be completed online through the student’s account.
A student may always view their current university bill by logging into my.uafs. The university does mail paper bills on occassion. However, these paper bills may not be an accurate representation of the current bill listed online. A student is responsible for ensuring all their housing costs are on their bill as well as university tuition and fees. After the Deadline to Pay, the bill is considered past due, a late payment fee may be assessed, and the student may be dropped from clases. Furthermore, there is a possibility that fees could be placed on the student’s account after a refund check is issued.
The Financial Aid Office is also a great resource in determining what types of financial aid a student may expect to receive and when the financial aid will be posted to their student account. We strongly encourage you to contact The Office of Financial Aid here on campus to take advantage of various types of aid.
Before move-in you will be required to agree to the housing contract listed on this page. All residents will need to pay a $200 deposit while living on campus. This deposit is due at the time the contract is signed. The deposit will be held until the student moves out of campus housing and will be released to the student's account. If there are charges still on the student account, the deposit will cover those fees. If the fees are in excess of $200, the student will be required to pay the remaining balance. If there are no fees on the account, the deposit will be refunded, and a check will be mailed to the student.