Main Campus
Santoro Hall | York River Hall | Potomac River Hall | James River Hall | Warwick River Hall | Rappahannock

East Campus
Greek Village | CNU Apartments | CNU Village Apartments | CNU Landing Apartments

Main Campus

 RoomBoardTotal per
Semester
Santoro Hall
Suite — Standard Room $3282 $1875 $5157
York River Hall
Suite — Standard Room $3282 $1875 $5157
Potomac River Hall
Suite — Standard Room $3282 $1875 $5157
Suite — Single Room [1] $3582 $1875 $5457
James River Hall
Suites — Double Room $3282 $1875 $5157
Apartments [2]
Double Room $3282 $1875 $5157
Single Room $3582 $1875 $5457
Theme Units [2]
Double Room $3282 $1875 $5157
Single Room $3582 $1875 $5457
Warwick River Hall
Suite — 2 or 3 person room $3282 $1875 $5157
Suite — Single room $3582 $1875 $5457
Rappahannock River Hall [5]
Double room $4132 $1875 $6007
Single room with private bath $4432 $1875 $6307


East Campus

 RoomBoardTotal per
Semester
Greek Village [2] [3]
— Single Room $3711 $1875 $5586
— Double Room $3411 $1875 $5286
CNU Apartments
Madison and Washington [2] [4]
Single room with private bath $3711 $1875 $5586
Harrison, Jefferson and Monroe [2] [5]
Single room with private bath $4432 $1875 $6307
CNU Village Apartments [2] [6]
Single room with private bath $3711 $1875 $5586
CNU Landing Apartments [2] [5]
Single room $4432 $1875 $6307


Additional Fees

Telecommunication Fee $160
5 Meal Plan Rate $980

Notes

[1] When availability for single rooms exist.
[2] Participation in a meal plan is optional.
[3] 10 Month Lease: August 23, 2014 - June 30, 2015 
[4] 10 Month Lease: August 23, 2014 - June 15, 2015 
[5] 12 Month Lease: July 1, 2014 - June 15, 2015
[6] 10 Month Lease: August 23, 2014 - June 30, 2015 
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