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Housing & Meal Rates

Academic Year 2017-2018 & 2018-2019

*2018-2019 Rates are posted pending approval

Cost of Residence Hall Housing:

Room Type Total Cost (Per Semester)
2017-2018
Total Cost (Per Semester)
2018-2019*
Suite Style Private $4,381.00 $4,531.00
Suite Style Shared $3,088.00 $3,199.00
Junior Suite Quad   $1,256.00
Junior Suite Triple   $1,532.00
Junior Suite Shared $2,204.00 $2,288.00
Junior Suite Graduate $3,019.00 $3,128.00
Traditional Shared $2,117.00 $2,199.00

 





 

 

 

Cost of Apartment Housing:

Room Type Total Cost (Per Semester)
2017-2018*
Total Cost (Per Semester)
2018-2019*
One Bedroom Private $6,293.00 $6,499.00
One Bedroom Shared $3,138.00 $3,250.00
Two Bedroom $3,642.00 $3,786.00
Three Bedroom $3,658.00 $3,769.00






 

 

Cost of Apartment Housing Summer 2018:

Room Type Total Cost (Per Semester) Summer 2018
One Bedroom Private
One Bedroom Shared
Two Bedroom
Three Bedroom  

Cost of Residence Hall Housing Summer 2018:

Room Type Total Cost (Per Semester) Summer 2018
Suite Style Private
Suite Style Shared
Junior Shared  
Junior Suite Graduate

 

Summer Meal Plan 2018:

Meal Plan: Total Cost Summer 2017
   


Cost of Family Housing:

Room Type Cost per Semester
2017-2018
Cost per Semester
2018-2019*
Apartment $3,130.00 $3,242.00

*A meal plan is NOT required for Family Housing


Meal Plan Options:

Name of Meal Plan Inclusions of Meal Plan Price per Semester
​2017-2018
Price per Semester
​2018-2019*
Special Requirements
Cajun Freedom Unlimited Meals + 4 Flex Meals + $75 DB $2,059.00 $2,144.00  
Cajun Select 14 Meals + 4 Flex Meals + $250 DB $1,647.00 $1,720.00  
Cajun Classic 5 Meal Swipes + $300 DB $895.00 $969.00 Students MUST be a Legacy Park Resident with 30+ credit hours completed to qualify
Cajun Performance 12 Meals + 5 Training Table Meals + 4 Flex Meals $2,059.00 $2,144.00  
Meal Plan Terminology:

Flex Meals: Meal swipes that can be used at various on campus meal locations for an entree, a side item and a beverage

Meals "Meal Swipes": Meal swipes per week to be used in the Cypress Lake Dining Room located within the Student Union

Training Table: Performance based meals offered Monday through Friday at the dinner time meal

Declining balance: is a credit amount that can be used at any of UL Lafayette's retail facilities, such as Chick-fil-A, in place of actual dollars. It can be used at any time during the semester. Declining balance points that are included in the meal plan options do roll over from fall semester to spring semester, but not from one academic year to the next.  

 

Residential students can purchase their meal plans from the Housing Office and off-campus students may purchase their meal plan with Dining Services.