Living on campus offers greater support for academic achievement and growth in social maturity and self-reliance. It also encourages students to have an increased understanding of themselves and others through on-campus community living. Furthermore, living on campus offers convenience through proximity to classes, university events, and activities.
These rates are the anticipated fees for the 2020-2021 academic year; our final rates will be finalized over the summer and updated below.
|Residence Halls||Rate Per
|Single with Private Bathroom||$4,310|
|Double with Private Bathroom||$3,660|
|Double with Private Bathroom & Kitchenette||$4,090|
|Kaneko Single with Private Bathroom||$4,520|
|Kaneko Single with Shared Bathroom||$4,090|
|Kaneko Double with Private Bathroom||$3,770|
|Kaneko 3-Bedroom Suite with Shared Bathroom||$4,090|
|Kaneko Double as a Single||$4,310|
|Sorority Room (Double) & Dining Plan||$6,680|
|Sorority Room (Triple) & Dining Plan||$6,620|
|Sorority Room (Quad) & Dining Plan||$6,520|
Juniors, seniors, or graduate students are eligible to live in the apartments. Appliances include a refrigerator, gas stove and oven, and dishwasher. Utilities and wifi-internet are factored into the rates. No dining plan is required since the apartments have kitchens within each unit. $300 refundable cleaning deposit required.
|Doney 1-Bedroom Apartment||1 occupant||$6,260|
|Doney 1-Bedroom Apartment||2 occupants||$3,660|
|Lee Studio Apartment||1 occupant||$5,390|
|Kaneko 2-Bedroom Apartment||2 occupants||$4,090|
|Kaneko 4-Bedroom Apartment with Small Kitchen||4 occupants||$3,660|
|Kaneko 4-Bedroom Apartment with Large Kitchen||4 occupants||$3,770|
|University Apt. 1-Bedroom Apartment (1st-6th Floors)||1 occupant||$6,260|
|University Apt. 1-Bedroom Apartment (1st-6th Floors)||2 occupants||$3,660|
|University Apt. 1-Bedroom Apartment (7th Floor)||2 occupants||$3,810|
|University Apt. 1-Bedroom Apartment (7th Floor)||3 occupants||$2,720|
Dining Plan Rates
All students living in a residence hall have a Willamette Dining Plan. The total expense for a dining plan includes the selected plan and foodservice overhead. Stay on track by checking your Dining Plan Point balance regularly by logging in to the Online Card Office then compare your usage to Bon Appétit's Declining Balance Calendar. Points carry over from fall to spring semester if you remain an on-campus resident. Sororities have a separate dining plan.
Based on feedback from students on Bon Appetit’s Dining Advisory Committee and others requesting plan options with more points, we have updated the “Bearkitten” plan and have added the “Gold” plan, which includes 7 all-you-care-to-eat meals (AYCE) and 1,300 points. We have added a new Flex plan for juniors, seniors and graduate students, which includes 50 meals per semester and 450 points. Using the student portal for housing and dining, Bearcat BnB, you are welcome to consider the updated plans and revise your choice through the first week of classes in the fall.
|Dining Plan||Meals Per Week||Points Per Semester||Rate Per Semester||How I Eat|
|7 AYCE||650||$3,180||I'll eat a small breakfast, small lunch, and dinner.|
|7 AYCE||750||$3,240||I'll eat a small breakfast, average lunch and dinner.|
|7 AYCE||1300||$3,710||I'll eat a regular breakfast, lunch, and dinner.|
|5 AYCE||900||$3,290||I'll eat a small breakfast, average lunch and dinners during the week.|
|50 AYCE meals per semester||450||$2,060||I'm only on campus a few days a week. For juniors, seniors and graduate students only.|