2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog
Costs: On-Campus Housing
All freshmen and sophomores (as defined in the undergraduate catalog) are required to live in and are guaranteed space in University residence halls. Sophomores who have lived in residence halls for four semesters are exempt if they apply in writing for an official exemption.
Students residing with parents and commuting from parental homes located within a 40- mile radius of Macomb; veterans with one year of active service; and students who are married, are in a documented domestic partnership, or have primary custody of dependent children are exempt from this policy but must contact University Housing and Dining Services in writing to obtain an official exemption. All exemptions to this policy must be approved in advance by submitting a petition form to University Housing and Dining Services, Seal Hall. Residence hall applications/contracts are for the full academic year for all students. Freshmen and sophomores not in compliance with the University’s residency policy will be restricted from registering for classes and may be subject to the appropriate financial charges for the period they were not in compliance with the policy.
Students of junior and senior standing (as defined in the undergraduate catalog) may reside in accommodations of their choosing.
Western Illinois University offers guaranteed room and meal plan rates as well as guaranteed tuition rates for each new class of entering students. The guaranteed rates remain in effect for four years as long as students maintain continuous enrollment. The 2013–2014 residence hall room and meal plan rates per semester for new students appear below. Room and meal plan rates are subject to change without notice by action of the WIU Board of Trustees.
Room and Board Rates Per Semester
|Traditional Halls||Grote Suites||Corbin Suites|
A full-time, in-state, new undergraduate student with 15 semester hours could expect to incur the following expenses during the 2013-2014 academic year:
|Expected Expenses||Semester||Academic Year|
|University Fees and Health Insurance||$1,680.35||$3,360.70|
|Room and Board (double room)||$4,595.00||$9,190.00|
|Total Tuition Fees, and Room/Board||$10,478.05||$20,956.10|
|Other Estimated Costs||Semester||Academic Year|
|Personal Expenses (estimate)||$1,996.00||$3,992.00|
|In-State Total (estimate)||$13,179.05||$26,358.10|
|Out-of-State Total (estimate)||$15,280.40||$30,560.80|
Amounts are subject to change without notice by action of the WIU Board of Trustees.
A cost estimator, which allows individuals to obtain cost estimates based upon specific student choices, is available on the Billing and Receivables Office website, wiu.edu/billing . Expected expenses for returning students may be obtained by contacting the Office of Financial Aid in Sherman Hall 127, telephone (309) 298-2446.