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Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
August 2, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence


Living in residence

Residence



Residence
Going away to university can spark an avalanche of change in your life.  It may be the first time you've lived away from home, and this sudden freedom can take some getting used to. Most of our first-year students choose to ease into this new-found independence by living in one of our sixteen residence buildings. Dorm-style living involves sharing a room with a roommate and eating on the on-campus meal plan. Typically, apartment-style living means you have three roommates in an apartment unit, but you all have your own room. Some first-year students choose to live in housing off-campus, which is both abundant and close to the university.



How the Costs Add Up - For Academic year 2010 - 2011


*Please note: The following are approximate costs. Fees are subject to change. Residence fees vary based on residence style and building. Canadian undergraduate BBA tuition fees for first-year students in 2010-2011 were $6,147

Expenses

Traditional Dorm Style

Apartment Style

Modern (Single) Dorm Style

Tuition
$5,214 $5,214
$5,214
Residence

 $4,805

(double)

 $5,537

(Laurier Place)

$6,125

(Bricker)

Meal Plan

$3,150

(light eater)

$3,465

(regular eater)

$3,780

(hearty eater)

Incidental Fees

&

Student Activity Fee

$971 $971
$971

Personal

$2,400

$2,400

$2,400

Clothing

$500

$500

$500

Books

$900

$900

$900

Travel

$600
$600

$600

Estimated Total:


$18,540

$19,587

$20,490

Housing and Residential Services