Rates

The Housing and Food Services room and board rates are approved annually by the Board of Trustees. To make a room and board payment, visit the Office of the Bursar.

Campus Meal Plan Rates

Undergraduate students living in the residence halls must purchase a Campus Meal Plan for each semester (fall and spring) as part of the Housing and Food Service Contract. The HFS Contract includes Campus Meal Plan level 2 by default; students can change their level in eLiving at any time until the Friday of final exams.

Rates for 2022 - 2023 Campus Meal Plan
Level Dining Dollars Base Cost Total
  1 $828 $1,530 $2,358
  2 $1,074 $1,530 $2,604
  3 $1,275 $1,530 $2,805

Rates for 2021 - 2022 Campus Meal Plan
Level Dining Dollars Base Cost Total
  1 $678 $1,480 $2,158
  2 $1,036 $1,480 $2,516
  3 $1,329 $1,480 $2,809

Housing Rates

To view rates, click on the academic year or session below.

Rates for 2022-2023
Housing Option Building Type Room Type Occupancy Fall Spring
Mont Alto Hall Traditional Double 2 $3,322 $3,322
Mont Alto Hall Traditional Double as Single 1 $4,153 $4,153
Penn Gate II Suites Double 2 $3,933 $3,933
Penn Gate II Suites Double as Single 1 $4,916 $4,916
Rates for 2021-2022
Housing Option Building Type Room Type Occupancy Fall Spring
Mont Alto Hall Traditional Double 2 $3,210 $3,210
Mont Alto Hall Traditional Double as Single 1 $4,012 $4,012
Rates for 2020-2021
Housing Option Building Type Room Type Occupancy Fall Spring
Mont Alto Hall Traditional Double 2 $2,592 $2,531
Mont Alto Hall Traditional Double as Single 1 $3,241 $3,037
Rates for 2019-2020
Housing Option Building Type Room Type Occupancy Fall Spring
Mont Alto Hall Traditional Double 2 $3,090 $3,090
Mont Alto Hall Traditional Double as Single 1 $3,865 $3,865

Rates per person, per semester. Rates include utilities. Campus Meal Plan required. 

LiveOn Student Success Grant

The LiveOn Student Success Grant is a unique student financial aid funding opportunity supported by Penn State Housing and Food Services (HFS) to assure student undergraduate academic success, persistence to undergraduate degree completion, and address potential housing and food insecurities throughout a student’s four-year academic career.