Residence Life Room and Board Information

 

Room Rates for the 2016-2017 Academic Year
 
 Standard Double Room Rate

$1900.00/semester

$3800.00/year

 Standard Single Room Rate

$2105.00/semester

$4210.00/year

 Cottage Double Room Rate

$1900.00/semester

$3800.00/year

 Cottage Single Room Rate

$2105.00/semester

$4210.00/year

Double as Single (Hudson, Wesley, Mirse, McNair)

$2365.00/semester

$4730.00/year

Private Room Rate (only if offered after start of each semester) Add $300.00/semester

 

Board Rates for the 2016-2017 Academic Year:

 

 21-Meal Plan (Required for First Year Students)

$1925.00/semester

$3850.00/year 

 15-Meal Plan

$1800.00/semester

$3600.00/year

 10-Meal Plan (Seniors Only)

$1675.00/semester

$3350.00/year 

 Commuter 5-Meal Plan

$730.00/semester

$1460.00/year 

 
Any requests to make changes to meal plans must be received by the end of Add/Drop at the beginning of each semester. 

Commuter 21,15, or 10 meal plans are also available but are the same price as their residential counterparts.

 
Koala Bucks can be purchased separately through Sodexo
 
 
Students also say they enjoy these following conveniences
and attributes of living on campus:
 
  • Safety & Security- CCPD 24 hour police protection and Front Desks in buildings
  • Residence Life Professional and Student Staff (RA’s) on call 24 hours a day. (Mediations and room change process if needed)
  • Education and Social Programs in the Residence Halls
  • Use of the McNair Fitness Center!
  • Have your voice heard with the Residence Hall Association
  • Wi-Fi in the Residence Halls
  • Being close to the action on campus, Student Activities, Athletics, Music/Art Performances, Cultural Events, Counseling Services, Gym, and Indoor Pool etc.
  • Experience of living on campus with 600 friends and being a part of the Columbia College community
  • Convenience of parking on the main campus
  • No time to commute or wasted time due to breaks in class schedule and work on campus by attaining a work study job
  • Students who live on campus at Columbia College have statistically higher GPA’s than those who commute as well as increased attendance in class
  • Being close to Academic Resources such as the campus library, computer labs, Math Lab, Pearce Communication Center, Academic Skills Center, and The Institute for Leadership and Professional Excellence