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Housing and Meal Plan Rates 2013-2014 A La Carte

Housing and Residence Life (316) 978-3693 e-mail:housing.wsu@wichita.edu www. wichita.edu/housing


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CONTACT US Undergraduate Assignments

RESIDENCE HALLS Brennan 6 Fairmount 7 Wheatshocker 8-9 CAMPUS SERVICES

316.978.3085

Residential Information 316.978.3693

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ADA/Special Accommodations 316.978.3131

Find additional information about our residence halls and programs, including FAQs and virtual tours, online at www.wichita.eduhousing To take a tour of campus, visit www.wichita.edu or call the University Visitor Center at (316) 978-3085 or (800) 362-2594. A residence hall is shown during a campus tour except during opening and closing times.


It’s all included..

Need to be convinced that living on campus at Wichita State University is the best deal around?

Take a look at everything we have to offer—chances are, you haven’t even seen choices like this since your last trip to your favorite buffet. •Plus, when you live with us, there are no extra bills. •All rates include gas, water, electricity, local phone service, Ethernet and wireless internet •There are 19 all-you-can-eat meals served in the Fairmount Café each week (breakfast, lunch, and dinner during the school week and brunch and dinner on the weekends). *If you miss a meal during the day you can replace it by eating at Late Night dining offered Sunday through Thursday.

With a 19 meal plan you can eat all 19 meals served during the week. With a 15 meal plan you can eat 15 out of the 19 meals served … and so on. All meal plans include either $200 or $300 Shocker Dollars—a part of your meal plan that we have set aside for flexible spending.

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HOUSING A LA CARTE AND FEATURES Housing Options and Rates for Summer 2013

January 2013

Brennan Hall Wheatshocker Apartments Room Plan Plan 1 Plan 2

Summer Term 5/26/203 – 8/3/2013 (10 weeks) Single Semester $1,295.00 $1,295.00

Double Semester -

Plan 3 $1,061.67 $816.67 Plan 5 $1,295.00 $1,061.67 Plan 6 $1,493.33 Wheatshocker Apartments are reserved for families, graduate students, and undergraduate students. Undergraduate freshmen are not applicable.

Fairmount Towers

Extended Summer Term 5/19/2013 – 8/16/2013* (12 weeks and 6 days) Wheatshocker Apartments Single Double Room Plan Semester Semester Plan 1 $1,665.00 Plan 2 $1,665.00 Plan 3 $1,365.00 $1,050.00 Plan 5 $1,665.00 $1,365.00 Plan 6 $1,920.00 -

Wheatshocker Apartments

All rates include rent and utilities (e.g., electricity, water, cable TV, phone, Ethernet and wireless internet). First priority is given to current residents. Rooms are then assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. *The Extended Summer Term is for students who are currently residing on campus, are enrolled in classes for Summer 2013 and Fall 2013 (or just Fall 2013) and wish to stay through the entire summer. Please note the dates. (Current contracts end on 5/18/2013. Fall 2013 contracts begin 8/17/2013.)

COMPARE Brennan Halls and Fairmount Towers will NOT be available for Summer 2013. THE SAVINGS 5


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Meal Plan Options and Rates for Summer 2013 ALL residents must purchase a meal plan. Wheatshocker Meal Plans 100 Shocker Dollars* per semester 250 Shocker Dollars per semester 10 meals per week 15 meals per week 19 meals per week

Semester $100.00 $250.00 $714.00 $753.00 $813.00

*Shocker Dollars are accepted at any restaurant on campus, the Fairmount Towers Cafeteria, and the Wheatshocker Market. Shocker Dollars are dollar-for-dollar.

Summer Shocker Dollars are available for use from 5/19/2013 to 8/16/2013. Shocker Dollars from current plans will not transfer to the summer semester, and Shocker Dollars from the summer will not transfer to the fall semester. Meal plans involving meals per week will be available for use from 5/22/2013 to 8/2/2013.

If you have additional questions concerning campus housing, please contact:

Housing and Residence Life Mail: 1845 Fairmount Box 141 Wichita, KS 67260-0141 Location: 2221 North Hillside Wichita, KS 67219 Fairmount Towers Commons

Phone: (316) 978-3693 Fax: (316) 978-6458 Email: housing.wsu@wichita.edu

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January 2013

Housing Options and Rates for 2013-2014 Wheatshocker Apartments Brennan Hall Room Plan Plan 1 Plan 2

Single Semester $2,596.50 $2,596.50

Double Semester -

Plan 3 Plan 5 Plan 6

$2,128.50 $2,596.50 $2,997.00

$1,638.00 $2,128.50 -

Wheatshocker Apartments are reserved for families, graduate students, and undergraduate students. Undergraduate freshmen are not applicable.

Brennan Halls Fairmount Towers Large Standard

Single Double Semester Semester $2,096.00 $1,560.00 $1,992.00 $1,456.00 Brennan Halls are reserved for undergraduate students, including freshmen.

Fairmount Towers

Single Semester $2,371.00 Fairmount Towers are reserved for freshmen only.

Wheatshocker Apartments Standard

Double Semester $1,836.00

All rates include rent and utilities (e.g., electricity, water, cable TV, phone, Ethernet and wireless internet). First priority is given to current residents. Rooms are then assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Special Option Floors Fairmount Towers

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th

North Tower Extended Quiet Hours Health Professions Shocker Scholar N/A

South Tower Fine Arts Shocker Scholar Engineering Honors N/A

Wheatshocker Families Health Professions/Fine Arts Shocker Scholar Engineering Honors

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Meal Plan Options and Rates for 2013-2014 ALL residents must purchase a meal plan.* Wheatshocker, Brennan, and Fairmount Meal Plans per week/ per semester Semester 19 meals/150 Shocker Dollars** $1,556.00 19 meals/100 Shocker Dollars $1,506.00 15 meals/150 Shocker Dollars $1,535.00 15 meals/100 Shocker Dollars $1,485.00 10 meals/150 Shocker Dollars $1,448.00 10 meals/100 Shocker Dollars $1,398.00 Wheatshocker and Brennan ONLY Meal Plans per week/ per semester Semester 5 meals/150 Shocker Dollars $791.00 5 meals/100 Shocker Dollars $741.00 750 Shocker Dollars $750.00 500 Shocker Dollars $500.00 375 Shocker Dollars $375.00 250 Shockers Dollars $250.00 *Residents living in Fairmount Towers may only choose from the meal plans including 19, 15, or 10 meals per week. All residents must purchase a meal plan. **Shocker Dollars are accepted at any restaurant on campus, the Fairmount Towers Cafeteria, and the Wheatshocker Market. Shocker Dollars are dollar-for-dollar.

If you have additional questions concerning campus housing, please contact:

Housing and Residence Life Mail: 1845 Fairmount Box 141 Wichita, KS 67260-0141 Location: 2221 North Hillside Wichita, KS 67219 Fairmount Towers Commons

Phone: (316) 978-3693 Fax: (316) 978-6458 Email: housing.wsu@wichita.edu

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Brennan Hall

Brennan Hall, a three-unit complex, was constructed as a men’s dormitory to accommodate the influx of students the University experienced following World War II. The north unit was occupied in 1953, followed by the middle and south units in 1962.

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Fairmount Towers

Fairmount Towers is the largest of the university’s residence halls, with the capacity to house up to 600 students. Composed of two high-rise living units and a central dining facility, it was constructed as a private dormitory around the time the institution became a state university in 1964. 8


Wheatshocker Apartments

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Wheatshocker Apartments

In the fall of 1994, WSU President Eugene Hughes proposed buying the apartments to “make a new building out of an old building.� With an investment of about $11.6 million in revenue bonds, the university gutted the six-story, U-shaped building and replaced virtually everything. The first phase of renovation was completed by the fall 1996 semester. It is now a prime housing option for sophomores, married students and single-parent students with no more than two children.

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IMAGINE THE DIFFERENCE

FAIRMOUNT

BRENNAN HALL

WHEATSHOCKER APARTMENTS

The Process Applying to live on campus is a four-part process that involves submitting your housing application, receiving and returning/accepting your contract, selecting your housing preferences, and receiving your assignment. The date you apply for housing is the date used to determine your priority when offering contracts and when assigning housing, so applying earlier means that you have a better chance of getting one of your top preferences. You must be admission complete before applying for housing. Admissions applications are deemed complete when all items listed as application requirements have arrived and been processed by the Office of Admissions. Recommended/suggested items do not affect completion. Items submitted electronically appear online in a couple of days; items submitted by mail can take two weeks or more to be processed and appear online. For more information concerning living on campus please contact us: Housing and Residence Life Fairmount Commons Phone: (316) 978-3693 Fax: (316) 978-6458 Email: housing.wsu@wichita.edu Website: www.wichita.edu/housing 10


Housing and Residence Life 2013-2014 Rates