Housing and Meal Costs

Residence, Apartment and Meal Plan Rates

Use the housing and meal plan rates listed below to calculate costs. Both residence halls and apartments are available to GCU students as well as a variety of meal plans.

Residence Hall Rates

Acacia, Camelback, Canyon, Chaparral, Cypress, Ironwood, Juniper, Ocotillo, Prescott, Saguaro, Sedona, Willow

Triple Occupancy - Acacia, Camelback, Saguaro, Chaparral, Ironwood, Juniper, Ocotillo, Prescott, Sedona, Willow $1,925 per semester

Double Occupancy - Canyon, Cypress

$2,300 per semester
Double Occupancy - Acacia, Camelback, Saguaro, Chaparral, Ironwood, Juniper, Ocotillo, Prescott, Sedona, Willow $2,600 per semester

Apartment Rates

Agave, Antelope, Cactus, Diamondback, Encanto, Jerome, North Rim, Palo Verde, Papago, Ponderosa (new apartment opening fall 2020), Roadrunner, Sonora

Single Occupancy $3,300 per semester
Single Occupancy - North Rim $3,150 per semester
Double Occupancy - North Rim $2,900 per semester
Studio Single Occupancy - Papago $2,900 per semester

Summer Housing Rates

Triple Occupancy $962 per semester
Double Occupancy $1,300 per semester
Apartment $1,650 per semester

All residents commit to housing reservations as an academic year-long lease (both fall and spring semesters) and are charged for housing by the academic year (both fall and spring semesters).

All housing charges are billed to the student's account.

For payment methods and deadlines, contact your university counselor or student services counselor.

All internet rates include parking (summer only), rent, water, electricity, basic cable and Internet. Rates above DO NOT include tax.

Meal Plans

Meal plans for 2020-21 are Dining Dollars only; all housed students are required to choose a meal plan.

Canyon 250 Commuter students only $250 per semester
Canyon 775 Minimum requirement for upperclassmen apartment residents or commuters only $775 per semester
Canyon 1050 Minimum requirement for new, incoming apartment residents $1,050 per semester
Canyon 1400 Minimum requirement for residence hall residents $1,400 per semester
Canyon 1850   $1,800 per semester
Canyon 2150   $2,050 per semester
Canyon 2750   $2,600 per semester

*Fees subject to change

Residence Hall Rates

Acacia, Camelback, Canyon, Chaparral, Cypress, Ironwood, Juniper, Ocotillo, Prescott, Saguaro, Sedona, Willow

Triple Occupancy - Acacia, Camelback, Saguaro, Chaparral, Ironwood, Juniper, Ocotillo, Prescott, Sedona, Willow $2,050 per semester

Double Occupancy - Canyon, Cypress

$2,350 per semester
Double Occupancy - Acacia, Camelback, Saguaro, Chaparral, Ironwood, Juniper, Ocotillo, Prescott, Sedona, Willow $2,650 per semester

Apartment Rates

Agave, Antelope, Cactus, Diamondback, Encanto, Jerome, North Rim, Palo Verde, Papago, Ponderosa, Agua Fria, Salt River, Verde River,  Roadrunner, and Sonora.

Single Occupancy $3,400 per semester
Single Occupancy - North Rim $3,200 per semester
Double Occupancy - North Rim $2,950 per semester
Studio Single Occupancy - Papago $2,950 per semester

Summer Housing Rates

Triple Occupancy $990 per semester
Double Occupancy $1,300 per semester
Apartment $1,650 per semester

All residents commit to housing reservations as an academic year-long lease (both fall and spring semesters) and are charged for housing by the academic year (both fall and spring semesters).

All housing charges are billed to the student's account.

For payment methods and deadlines, contact your university counselor or student services counselor.

All rates include parking (summer only), rent, water, electricity, basic cable and internet. Rates above DO NOT include tax.

Meal Plans

Meal plans for 2021-22 are Dining Dollars only; all housed students are required to choose a meal plan.

Canyon 250 Commuter students only $250 per semester
Canyon 800 Minimum requirement for upperclassmen apartment residents or commuters only $800 per semester
Canyon 1075 Minimum requirement for new, incoming apartment residents $1,075 per semester
Canyon 1425 Minimum requirement for residence hall residents $1,425 per semester
Canyon 1900   $1,850 per semester
Canyon 2200   $2,100 per semester
Canyon 2800   $2,650 per semester

*Fees subject to change

Housing and Meal Costs FAQs

What Is an Occupancy?

When deciding which resident hall or apartment to register for, consider how many occupants—or roommates—you would prefer. An occupant refers to a student who will be living in a given space. A double occupancy will be two students in one living space whereas a triple occupancy will be three students sharing the same residence hall or apartment.

GCU Meal Plans

GCU provides flexible options for choosing your meal plan to accommodate different types of students and their meal preferences. All meal plans provide students with a specified amount of Dining Dollars to spend at dining locations on campus. Commuter students can also enroll for a meal plan to meet their needs.

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