GFH Rates & Fees

Rental Rates

The rental rates for Graduate and Family housing typically change each year starting July 1. Rental rate changes apply to all contracted students.

Corry Village

Room Type

July 2013 to June 2014

July 2014 to June 2015

One Bedroom

$454

$468

One Bedroom (Remodeled)

$589

$607

Two Bedroom

$508

$523

Two Bedroom (Remodeled)

$645

$664

Deluxe Two Bedroom (Remodeled)

$699

$720

Diamond Village

Room Type

July 2013 to June 2014

July 2014 to June 2015

One Bedroom

$589

$607

Two Bedroom

$645

$664

Maguire Village

Room Type

July 2013 to June 2014

July 2014 to June 2015

One Bedroom

$482

$516

One Bedroom (Remodeled Kitchen)

$514

$550

Two Bedroom

$538

$576

Two Bedroom (Remodeled Kitchen)

$570

$610

University Village South

Room Type

July 2013 to June 2014

July 2014 to June 2015

One Bedroom

$525

$541

One Bedroom (Remodeled Kitchen)

$562

$579

Two Bedroom

$579

$596

Two Bedroom (Remodeled Kitchen)

$617

$636

Tanglewood Village

Room Type

July 2013 to June 2014

July 2014 to June 2015

Efficiency

$481

$495

Efficiency (Remodeled Kitchen)

$518

$534

One Bedroom

$552

$569

One Bedroom (Remodeled Kitchen)

$589

$607

Two Bedroom

$606

$624

Two Bedroom (Remodeled Kitchen)

$645

$664

Townhouse

$660

$681

Townhouse (Remodeled Kitchen)

$699

$720

Fees

  • Application: At the time an application is taken for Graduate and Family Housing, a $25 nonrefundable application fee is required.
  • Late Payment: Payments received after the close of business on the tenth day of each month are subject to a $75 late payment fee. This is a one time per month charge.
  • Transfer: If a current resident transfers from one rental unit to another rental unit, there shall be a charge of $75 in order to cover the loss in rent during the move  as well as for the administrative processing of records.
  • Illegal Check-out: If a resident does not leave his/her rental unit on the date indicated on their “Notice of Intent to Vacate” (NIV), a charge of $200 will be assessed and an illegal check-out charge.
  • Improper Checkout: If a resident fails to remove all items from their apartment upon move out, a charge of $200 will be assessed. If additional cleaning or item removal is required, an additional charge of $25 per hour, up to a maximum of eight hours will be assessed.
  • Service Charges: Special pass through service charges for items, such as Cable TV, additional phone line, etc., may be added to the rental fee during the year on a cost-plus basis.
  • Lock-Out: Lock-out service is defined as the checking out of the spare apartment key, commons room or the assistance of Graduate and Family Housing staff to open a locked apartment. Once a resident has used the lock-out service in excess of four (4) occurrences per semester, a $50 charge will be assessed.
  • Abandoned Property Fee: Abandoned property fee is defined as a charge for a resident who has left trash outside of the dumpster area. Staff will have to be able to identify the resident responsible for the trash placed outside of the receptacle. A $200 charge will be assessed for the removal of the items.
  • Illegal Sublet:  If a resident is discovered subleasing (leasing of their apartment to another individual), the resident will have 72 hours to vacate the apartment and will be charged a $300 fee.