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  • Room rates

    Please review our room rates listed below. It is important to compare the costs of our residence halls and see how much different living environments compare to each other. For a list of accommodations within each hall, please visit The Residence Halls section of our website. Living-style descriptions are listed below.

    Hall Rates

    Hall

    Type

    Semester

    Year

    LLC Fee?*

    Angell Hall

    Traditional - Cube

    $1,750.00

    $3,500.00

    N/A

    Coate Hall

    FYE - Cube

    $1,750.00

    $3,500.00

    S25.00/semester

    Drake Hall

    Traditional - Cube

    $1,750.00

    $3,500.00

    N/A

    Eagle Hall - Gray

    Suite-Style

    $1,950.00

    $3,900.00

    N/A

    Eagle Hall - Maroon

    Suite-Style

    $1,950.00

    $3,900.00

    $200/semester

    Hutchison Hall

    Traditional - Cube

    $1,750.00

    $3,500.00

    N/A

    Laux Hall

    FYE - Wing

    $1,750.00

    $3,500.00

    S25.00/semester

    Reuter Hall

    Apartment-Style

    $2,675.00

    $5,350.00

    N/A

    Sanford Hall

    Traditional - Wing

    $1,750.00

    $3,500.00

    N/A

    Wentz Hall

    Traditional - Wing

    $1,750.00

    $3,500.00

    N/A

    White Hall

    FYE - Wing

    $1,750.00

    $3,500.00

    S25.00/semester

     

    *LLC stands for Living Learning Communities. Please check out our LLCs in the Residence Halls tab of our side menu. 

    Hall Descriptions

    To help with your comparison, please review these Residence Hall type descriptions. For more detailed descriptions, please visit The Residence Halls section of our website.

    What is a cube?

    Cube buildings are comprised of two or three, four-story, cube-shaped buildings, interconnected by hallways between the cubes. Resident rooms comprise the outside walls of the structure and surround a common stairwell and shared bathroom space. Cube Diagram

    What is a wing?

    Wing residence halls have long running hallways with student rooms on either side. Wing Diagram

    What does FYE mean?

    FYE states for First Year Experience Hall comprised of 1st year students.

    What does traditional mean?

    Traditional means students live in standard double rooms in a living community sharing a common, large-bathroom facility.

    What is a traditional double?

    Traditional Doubles are two-person rooms in all halls except Eagle and Reuter Halls. Room dimensions are typically 15'6" long x 11'6" wide x 8' high. Traditional Double Diagram

    What is a traditional triple?

    Traditional Triples are three-person, corner rooms in our cube halls, - Angell, Coate, Drake and Hutchison Halls.These rooms are 20' long x 10'8" wide.  Hutchison Hall rooms are slightly smaller in size measuring 20' long by 10' 7" wide and come with a reduced housing cost of $200 a semester. Traditional Triple Diagram

    Traditional Hall Furniture Dimensions

    • Closet: 2'2" deep x 3'6" wide, 7'6" high
    • Desk: 2' long x 3'6" wide, 28.5" high
    • Dresser" 19" deep,  27" wide, 42" high
    • Bed Frame/Mattress: 79" long x 33" wide
    • Bed Legs: 8.5" high
    • Window: 44" high x 79" wide (includes frame)
      * All windows have drapes.
    • Refrigerator: 19" wide x 34" high x 18" deep

    What is a suite?

    Eagle Maroon or Gray Suite Triples are three-person rooms sharing a bathroom with the adjoining suite and measuring 27½ long x 12 ¼ wide x 10 ½ height. Eagle Diagram

    Eagle Hall Furniture Dimensions

    • Closet: 2'3" deep x 6'3" wide, 7'6" high
    • Desk: 1'11" long x 3'8" wide, 29" high
    • Dresser" 23.5" deep,  35" wide, 29" high
    • Bed Frame/Mattress: 79" long x 33" wide
    • Bed Legs: 8.5" high
    • Window: 57" high x 64" wide (includes frame)
      * All windows have blinds.
    • Refrigerator: 19" wide x 33" high x 19" deep

    What is an apartment?

    Reuter Apartment - single person bedroom contained in an apartment with three other single bedrooms. The apartment features a common living room, kitchen, and bathroom for the four total roommates. The image to the right is an example of one of 11 floor plans available in Reuter Hall. Reuter Apartment Diagram
    Carpets and linens

    Carpets are not provided but can be purchased at a retail store. Common sizes are 8" x 10" and 8" x 12".
    *The rooms in Eagle Hall have carpeting.

    Linens can be purchased through "On Campus Marketing" (www.rhl.org/wlc)
    *Linens are a Residence Life student fundraiser, and do not need to be purchased through the suggested company.

    Extended Housing:

    Three-Person Double Rooms are a limited number of extended housing rooms available in all halls except Eagle and Reuter Halls. These been converted to accommodate three students. These rooms have a reduced housing rate of $400 a semester.

    Study Lounges are a limited number of extended housing spaces accommodating four to five students available in Laux, Sanford, Wentz and White Halls. Study lounges are large rooms (about the size of two regular double occupancy rooms or larger (size: approximately 30’ long x 12’ wide x 8’ high). Typically there is no reduction in housing rates for these spaces unless five students are asked to live there.

    Damage Charges

    If you have caused a damage to your room, whether it was intentional or not, you are responsible for the full repair of the damage. The Hall Director will assess damage charges based upon your room inventory report and in consultation with our Assistant Director of Facilities. Damage charges will be billed to your student bill.

    Here are lists of common damages that you might experience in our different halls. Please pick the list that best represents that hall where you live. Know that this prices are NOT set, and may be lowered or increased depending upon the severity of the damage.

    Traditional Hall Damage Charges: HallDamages.pdf

    Eagle Hall Damage Charges: EagleDamages.pdf

    Reuter Hall Damage Charges: ReuterDamages.pdf

    Cashier’s Office Information

    If you have questions regarding the following, please visit the Cashier’s Office website: 

    http://www.uwlax.edu/cashiers/

    You can find contact information for their representatives on that site. 

    Billing Schedules: When you have to pay your student bill, and what payment options exist. 

    Authorized Payers: How to gain access to pay your student bill, and who is allowed to access information about your student bill.