Housing and Meal Plan Rates
Cobb Hall (Per Semester)
Cobb Hall (Per Semester)
|2 Bedroom Semi-Private||$2,300.00|
Traditional Halls (Per Semester)
NOTE: Private rooms will not be available until after the Fall Semester begins, as available. Rate is dependent upon date of availability and location.
|Hall Name||Theme||Semi-Private Rates|
|North Leoser||Freshmen/Sorority/All Female||$1,700.00|
Seminary Suites (Per Semester)
|Suite Style||Semester rate|
Courtside Apartments -Married/Dependents
|Building||Number of Beds||Semester Rate|
Courtside Apartments - Upperclassmen
|1 Bedroom Unit||Semester Cost|
|1 bedroom/1 student||$3,250.00|
|2 Bedroom Unit||Semester Cost|
|2 bedroom/2 students||$2,750.00|
|3 Bedroom Unit||Semester Cost|
|3 bedroom/3 students||$2,600.00|
NSU Meal Plan Options
|17 Meals/ $150 Flex Points||$2,270.00|
|15 Meals/ $200 Flex Points||$2,250.00|
|12 Meals/ $200 Flex Points||$2,190.00|
|10 Meals/ $350 Flex Points||$2,190.00|
|8 Meals/ $175 Flex Points||$1,750.00|
|150 Meals/$75 Flex Points||$1,700.00|
For more information, please visit NSU's Dining Services.
All of the residential meal plans above include a set number of visits per week to
the Market Café , our main dining facility. (example: 17 Meals Per Week) This is the
maximum number of Café visits per week allowed on each plan. You can still access
the Café if you exceed your predetermined number of visits, however you must pay with
cash, credit card, or flex dollars for each visit beyond that weekly allowance. The
most appropriate meal plan will vary based on the individual and their lifestyle and
Usually the best choice will be a plan that offers weekly visits consistent with the number of meals you would eat on campus each week. In addition, each meal plan has a set amount of Flex Dollars per semester. These flex dollars can be used for food at any of the campus retail food venues, including the Market Café . Meal visits reset on Monday morning of each week so you start the week off fully loaded.
Flex dollars may be added to your account in $50 blocks at the University Housing Office, located in Leoser Hall or the Director's office located on the first floor of the University Center. Flex Dollars can be used to purchase food at any of our food service venues on either the Tahlequah or Broken Arrow campuses. These dollars are set up on a debit system so that your student ID works like a debit card. Flex Dollars add greater flexibility to our plans and are often used to pay for guests or for that late night meal.
It is possible to trade a Café visit for a designated combo meal at most of our retail venues on the main campus. When you do a meal trade you can swap a Café visit for one of the rotating combo meals offered at a retail venue. This helps students conserve flex dollars, adds flexibility and variety to our plans, and comes in handy if you are across campus from the dining hall when you need a quick convenient meal. Each meal trade requires a small convenience fee and meal trades are only available during normal Market Café meal periods.
Block Meal Plans are simply a block of meals that are debited each time you use one. These plans are based on a semester (usually 16 weeks) of usage. You may use these meals anytime you wish...and you may use them for anyone you wish (so long as the card holder is present). These plans are very popular with people that enjoy the flexibility of buying meals for friends without dipping into those always popular flex dollars. Block Plans expire at the end of each semester or when the last available meal is used.
All Meal Plans can be used on the Broken Arrow Campus in addition to the Main Campus in Tahlequah.
As an added convenience, customers can pay with Visa, MasterCard, and American Express at all food service locations. Purchases with credit cards and cash are not tax exempt.