HOUSING AND MEAL PLANS
A Housing and Food Service contract is offered through Housing and Residence Life located in the Brady Complex Clubhouse. Undergraduate students with less than 90 hours are required to live on campus. Exceptions are granted for married students, students with dependents, and students living at home. For more information contact Housing and Residence Life, or call (985) 448-4479.
All housing and meal charges are due in full no later than 15 minutes before close of business on the last business day before classes begin to avoid late payment charges. (SEE REVISED “LATE PAYMENT CHARGE POLICY” BELOW)
Summer 2013 - Full Term, Mini A & Mini B – Housing and Meal Charges – Residence Halls
|Occupancy||w/ 15 Meal Plan||w/ 19 Meal Plan|
|Double||$1,310 – Full||$1,565 – Full
$800 – A & B
|Single||$1,550 – Full||$1,805 – Full
$920 – A & B
Summer 2013 - Full Term, Mini A & Mini B – Housing and Meal Charges - Brady Residential Complex Apartments
|Building||Occupancy||Full Term||Mini A & B||W/15 Meal Plan||W/19 Meal Plan|
|Brady Res. 2 bedroom||2 semester lease||$1,755||$1,634||$2,174||$2,429|
|Brady Res. 4 bedroom||2 semester lease||$1,600||$1,480||$2,020||$2,275|
Applications for Housing and Food Service Contracts may be submitted at any time and must be accompanied by a room deposit of $200 and a non-refundable room application fee of $50 for an initial payment of $250. Checks or money orders should be made payable to Nicholls State University. This deposit, held until the student is no longer in residence at the university, will be returned provided no damage has been charged to the occupant, the student has met all obligations of the Housing and Food Service Contract, and all indebtedness owed by the student has been paid in full. If any indebtedness is owed by the student, the deposit will be used to pay the indebtedness and any remaining balance will be refunded to the student. This deposit will be forfeited if the student has not canceled his/her contract by May 15 for summer term. Students not living in residence halls may purchase a meal ticket at a cost of $680 – $935 per semester. A Housing Cancellation fee of $200 will be charged to students who resign from the university beginning with the first day of university classes but does not cancel their housing/meal plan prior to the first day of university classes.
Twenty unfurnished apartments (one- and two-bedroom) are available with complete kitchen facilities. A deposit equal to a one month’s rent is required. This deposit,held until the lessee is no longer in residence at the university, will be returned provided no damage has been charged to the occupant, the lessee has met all obligations of the Family Housing contract, and all idebtedness owed by the lessee has been paid in full. If any indebtedness is owed by the lessee, the deposit will be used to pay the indebtedness and any remaining balance will be refunded to the lessee. A one-bedroom rents for $460 per month and a two-bedroom for $520 per month. To avoid a forfeiture of a deposit, a lessee must cancel a reservation at least 30 days prior to moving out of the Family Housing complex.
LATE PAYMENT CHARGE POLICY
Tuition and fees as well as housing and meal charges are due in full by close of business on the last business day before classes begin to avoid late payment charges.
SUMMER – Full Term, Mini Term A & Mini Term B
Late Payment Charge – $100.00 will be assessed 15 minutes before the close of business on the last business day before the first day of classes (time contingent on Summer office hour schedule). Student responsible for charges on account for courses enrolled in at the close of business and applicable late charges.
7th Class Day Deferred Payment Charge – $125.00 will be assessed 15 minutes prior to the close of business on the 7th class day to accounts with a balance over $300.00
Additional Late Payment Penalties – If the total balance due is not paid by June 25, student is subject to the loss of campus privileges, removal from campus housing and denied meal ticket access.
Students who have not paid their total balance due at this time may have the amount owed turned over to the State of Louisiana Attorney General’s Office or other outside collection agency for collection. Students will be responsible for paying all collection costs incurred. All accounts turned over to the Attorney General’s office for collection will have a registration hold placed on account and the student will not be able to register until debt is cleared.
A registration hold will be placed on all student accounts that have a balance over $200.00 and these students will be prohibited from registering for future semesters.