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.
Housing and Meal Costs FAQs
What Is an Occupancy?
When deciding which residence 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. In a single occupancy room (apartment), a student does not share a bedroom. Most apartments have four bedrooms per suite. Residence halls are set up with double or triple occupancy bedrooms. In a double occupancy room, a student will share a bedroom with one direct roommate. In a triple occupancy room, a student will share a bedroom with two direct roommates. Most residence hall suites have two bedrooms per suite.
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.