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Housing Rates for 2019-2020
All rates are billed by semester.
 
Below are rates without Financial Aid discounts applied to a student's account.
Students who live on-campus may receive additional financial aid to assist with the cost of living on campus.
Contact the Office of Financial Aid to see how your student account is affected:
Website | Phone: 413-205-3259

RESIDENCE HALL SINGLE BY DESIGN SINGLE BUYOUT TRADITIONAL DOUBLE TRIPLE BY DESIGN SINGLE DUE TO VACANCY***
Acorn Graduate Apartments $5680 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Acorn Undergraduate Apartments N/A $6390*** $4735 N/A $710
Broadhurst Hall $4805 $5405 $4005 N/A $600
Edgewood Hall N/A $5650 $4185 $3675 $630
Hines Hall $4410 $4960 $3675 N/A $550
Magna Hall N/A $4960 $3675 $3675 $550
Pouch Hall $4410 $4960 $3675 N/A  $550
Street Hall $4410 $4960 $3675 N/A $550

* = Traditional Style Hall

SINGLE BY DESIGN: This is a room constructed and intended for one person. This includes one set of furniture and enough
space for one person's personal belongings.


SINGLE BUYOUT: This room is constructed and intended for two people, however only one person is living in this space. Because that one person then has access to two set of furniture, and twice the designed space, they are charged an increased rate proportional to the hall's configuration.

SINGLE DUE TO VACANCY: When a student has lived with a roommate for more than 50% of the fall semester, and they return to their housing assignment in the spring but their roommate has moved out, leaving a vacancy, the remaining student is offered to buyout the room for a discounted rate. If the student does not elect into this offer, they may either pull a roommate into their room, or they may move into another room.

 

 

Residential Student Meal Plan Options: 
All rates are billed by semester.
Students are eligible for meal plans as follows.
If eligible, students may decrease their meal plans until the last day of the day of the Add/Drop Period of the semester.
Students may increase their meal plans at any time.

Meal Plan

Rate

First-Year Students

UNDERGRADUATE
STUDENTS 
(Sophomore-Senior)

Graduate Students

7 Day Unlimited
+$300 Dining Dollars

$3,585

Minimum Requirement for First-Year Students living anywhere on campus.

May Purchase

May Purchase

14 Meals Per Week
+$200 Dining Dollars

$2,925

Not Eligible

Minimum meal plan for Non-Freshmen Undergraduate Students living anywhere on campus except Acorn Heights or Acorn Heights-B.

May Purchase

125 Meals Per Semester
+$200 Dining Dollars

$1,845

Not Eligible

Optional meal plan for Undergraduate Students living in Acorn Heights.

May Purchase

75 Meals Per Semester
+$100 Dining Dollars

$1,110

Not Eligible

Minimum requirement for Undergraduate Students living in Acorn Heights.

Minimum requirement for Graduate students living in any residence hall on campus except Acorn Heights and Acorn Heights-B.

Need to change your meal plan?
Students can request to change their meal plan using the Meal Plan Waiver or Reduction Request Form.

Important Notes on the Meal Plan Waiver or Reduction Request Form:

Requests due to medical accommodation needs will need supportive documentation from a medical provider, and an approval letter from the Center for Accessibility Services and Academic Accommodations.
Reduction Requests must be made prior to the last day of the Add/Drop Period of each semester. Please see the AIC Academic Calendar for the date of the last day of the Add/Drop Period.

 


Commuter Student Meal Plan Option:

Commuter Students are eligible for any residential meal plan, or
the following Commuter Student Only plan:

Meal Plan

Rate

 

30 Meals Per Semester
+$200 Dining Dollars

$515

Optional for Commuter Students only.

Are you a commuter student interested in purchasing a meal plan?
Please submit your Commuter Student Meal Plan Request Form!

Please contact the Office of Residence Life with any questions regarding room or meal plan costs at: residence.life@aic.edu

 

HOW MEAL PLANS WORK:

  • Meal Plans are active during the fall and spring semesters.
  • Meal plan swipes may be used in the Dining Commons.
  • Unused meal plan swipes will expire at the end of each semester.
  • Dining Dollars may be used in the Hive Food Court, located in the Schwartz Campus Center.
  • Unused Dining Dollars will roll over from the fall to the spring semester.
  • All unused Dining Dollars will expire at the end of the spring semester.