The cost of room and board in a University residence hall depends on the number of days in the term and the type of room. Because costs of food and labor fluctuate, the Housing Division reserves the right to revise its charges at any time. For more information about the cost of living in the University residence halls, students may write to the Housing Information Office. Students who are married or are single heads of households may write to the same address for information about the University's apartment facilities for families. The Housing Information Office also has information about residence opportunities in sorority houses, fraternity houses, and private dwellings.
In addition to room, board, and term fees, students need money for books, supplies, and personal expenses, which vary among students. The College of Pharmacy also requires that PharmD students have reliable transportation for all four years of the program. Information about average student expenses based on class level, residence, marital status, and family size is available from the Financial Aid Office.