The 2015-2016 semester Room and Board rates.
Includes room, board and laundry fee.
|Copley Quad Single||$5,505|
|Copley Quad Double||$4,116|
For more information please visit: www.parkdining.com to review Meal Plan Options.
Room assignments will be e-mailed to you at your Park University email address.
Returning students who have completed the application process will receive their room assignment by the end of the Spring semester. New students will receive room assignments May 31st. Please consult the timeline listed below. You must have submitted a housing application, paid a housing deposit and signed a housing contract to receive a room assignment. These dates are tentative and subject to change.
|ROOM ASSIGNMENT TIMELINE|
|Applied, Paid Deposit, and Signed Contract By Date||Notified By Date|
|After July 31||As Received|
The following students are given priority on the residence hall wait list:
Special consideration also will be given to those students who will be arriving from out of the state or out of the country. Those students who meet the primary criteria will then be prioritized based upon their confirmation status (if tuition is paid, a student will be given first consideration).
Due to the nature of a co-ed campus with a variable ratio of male to female residents, a female listed below a male may receive a room assignment first or vice versa. The waiting list is updated daily as space becomes available. You will be contacted by phone and/or e-mail when we have a space for you. You will then have 48 hours to confirm or decline your room assignment. If you fail to confirm your room assignment within 48 hours, you will be placed at the bottom of the list and contacted again if space becomes available.
Please contact Residence Life at 816-584-7401 or via e-mail at email@example.com with any questions.
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