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KANSAS STATE UN IV ER S ITY

STUDENT HOUSING 2018 GUIDE


WELCOME HOME

EVERY T H IN G IS TA K EN C A R E O F

10 residence halls 3 dining centers 5,000 residents 1 apartment community 11 retail operations 1 honors house 1 scholarship/leadership house

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Opposite: Alistair Tutton Photography


EASE INTO THE WORLD OF ADULTHOOD groceries mow grass call landlord PAY RENT!!! clean out food in fridge pay electric bill T R A D E T H IS L IS T

F OR T HIS LIST

ADVANTAGES OF LIVING ON CAMPUS SUCCESS On-campus students tend to have higher GPAs. CONVENIENCE Five convenience stores, three restaurants, a bakery and two coffee shops are on site; class and practice are close by. PEACE OF MIND Our secure, card-accessible buildings offer 24/7 staff and maintenance availability. VALUE Furnished rooms are available in the residence halls with a variety of room types and rates to meet individual needs. No need to purchase and haul furniture! COMMUNITY We were ranked No. 19 on “Best College Dorms” by the Princeton Review, 2018 Edition. Join a diverse group of residents who are integrated deeply into campus life.

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WHICH TO CHOOSE? YO UR G UI DE T O EA S Y H OU S IN G

RESIDENCE HALL Who can live here? Any student Rent by space or apartment? Space Agreement/contract dates? Academic year August to May Meal plan for dining centers? Required; All Access or Any 14

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JARDINE APARTMENT HYBRID OPTION

JARDINE APARTMENT

Who can live here? Upper-division students, transfer and graduate students, families

Who can live here? Upper-division students, transfer and graduate students, families

Rent by space or apartment? Space (in an apartment)

Rent by space or apartment? Apartment

Agreement/contract dates? Academic year August to May

Agreement/contract dates? Calendar year July 1 to June 30

Meal plan for dining centers? Optional; Jardine 50, Jardine 100 or Jardine All Access

Meal plan for dining centers? Optional; Jardine 50, Jardine 100 or Jardine All Access


R ET U R N T O T H E RE SID E N C E H ALLS

RECEIVE $1,000 credit $500 discount per semester

$55 down payment*

*Includes application fee and initial payment **Does not include meal plan

free summer housing for current residence hall students who sign contract for 2018-19 academic year**

WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH YOUR $500? WHAT DO O THE R S S AY A B OU T L IV IN G W IT H US? “Living on campus provides a sense of community that you won’t get elsewhere. I have my whole life to live off campus; I’m limited to only so many years to live amongst my K-State family in this capacity.” Tasha Barker, senior in social sciences and international studies, Kansas “Being from out-of-state, my main goal was to find a place to call home. Living in the dorms has provided me with just that. I live in a residence hall that gives me a place I can relax and enjoy a community atmosphere.” Andrye Denny, sophomore in communication studies, Ohio “From my very first year, I fell in love with the tight-knit communities in the residence halls. Living on campus is convenient, keeps me on track, and allows me to meet new people all the time and stay connected to campus events!” Maria Vieyra, senior in psychology, Kansas “I was able to live next to some of my closest friends and make new friends. Another positive is that it is so much easier to eat with my schedule; I just have to go to the dining center instead of packing a lunch.” Carter Brasel, sophomore in mechanical engineering, Kansas

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AMENITIES

B E CA USE W E A L L WA N T A

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S W EET P L A C E T O L IV E

24-hr Staff On Call Dining Plan 24-hr Maintenance 1 Bill/Student Account Furniture Provided Washer/Dryer On Site Individual Lease Internet Electricity Gas Water Trash Shuttle Service Renewal Rate

RESIDENCE HALLS

HYBRID APARTMENT

JARDINE APARTMENT

X X X X X X X X X X X X X $55

X X X X X X X X X N/A X X X $430

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X X X $430


APARTMENTS HO W DO I K N OW J A R D IN E IS R IG H T F OR M E?

Residents of Jardine are undergraduate and graduate students, single students, married couples and families. Jardine has nearly 800 unfurnished apartments featuring 90 different floor plans. Options include 1-, 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom apartments, as well as studios, lofts and town houses. Units are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Residents are not required to purchase a meal plan, but one is available should they wish to eat in the dining centers on campus. Meal plans available are the Jardine 50, Jardine 100 and Jardine All Access. A trained professional staff and maintenance crew are available 24/7 to assist residents.

S P OT L IG H T ON T H E

HYBRID APARTMENT Rent by the bedroom. Bedroom and living room furniture provided Optional meal plan Full-size appliances (dishwasher, microwave, washer and dryer) Rent from Aug. 1 to May 31 Utilities included: electricity, water, gas, sewer, trash and internet Eligibility is limited.


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I T’ S A L L PR E PA R ED F OR Y OU

DINING CENTERS IMAGINE GETTING FOOD LIKE THIS FOR EVERY MEAL. THE BEST PART? YOU DON’t have to cook or wash dishes!

MEAL PLAN OPTIONS ALL ACCESS

ANY 14

unlimited

14 swipes per week

5 per semester

2 per semester

PIZZAS

3 pizzas

N/A

COST**

$2,365

$2,010

MEALS* GUEST PASSES

* A meal, as defined for the purposes of this meal plan, is any dine-in or On-the-Go food or drink purchase at any on-campus dining center. **Costs are subject to Board of Regents approval and are subject to change.

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LIVE WITH US? Q UI CK GU ID E T O A P P LY

RESIDENCE HYBRID JARDINE HALLS APARTMENT APARTMENT APPLY CONTRACT

Opens Sept. 15 Nov. 1

PICK SAME SPACE PICK NEW SPACE

Sign after picking Jan. 15 - Feb. 1

2nd week of February

KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE

2nd week of February and pick room first End of February

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