Residence Room Fees for 2013-14
Traditional style residences: DeCew, Earp, Lowenberger and Vallee Residences (Note: mandatory meal plan required. See fee below):
Village Residence (Townhouse style)
Quarry View Residence (Townhouse style)
*All Residence Fees include utilities, local telephone, network and cable TV connections.
Meal Plan Fees for 2013-14
DeCew, Vallee, Earp and Lowenberger (traditional style) Residences: Mandatory Meal Plan:
Students assigned to rooms in DeCew, Vallee, Earp and Lowenberger must purchase a meal plan.
Traditional ‘meal plan dollar’ amount: $3,300 (tax free, non-refundable, and non-transferable)
Automatic Flex dollar* amount: $ 300 (taxable, refundable, can be carried forward)
Total Cost: $3,600
NOTE 1: ‘Meal plan dollars’ are tax free and used to purchase meals (a “meal” is at a minimum a drink and one other item, such as a sandwich. Cash registers are programmed to charge appropriately.)
: Additional Flex dollars may be purchased at anytime via the Brock Card
website, or by visiting the Brock Card office. The minimum dollar amount that maybe purchased is $25.00.
Village and Quarry View (townhouses/non-traditional style) Residences:
An automatic Flex dollar* amount of $300 will be charged to all students assigned to live in the Village and Quarry View townhouses (non-traditional residences). Flex dollars are taxable, refundable, can be carried forward for use in future years.
A residence meal plan is not mandatory for students living in Village and Quarry View townhouses. However, students assigned to a townhouse are welcome to purchase a meal plan if they wish. They can choose the one above (meal plan for traditional style residence students) or purchase a townhouse meal plan, which is designed for students who may do some cooking in the Village or Quarry View Townhouses:
Townhouse ‘meal plan dollar’ amount: $1,700 (tax free, non-refundable, and non-transferable)
Automatic Flex dollar amount: $ 300 (taxable, refundable, can be carried forward)
Total cost: $2,000
*Flex dollars are the only ‘currency’ able to be used in all residence laundry machines; at residence service desks to purchase guest parking passes, and at Captain John’s Lounge service counter. Also, Flex dollars (or cash) are able to be used in both residence dining halls, all residence vending machines and all on-campus food service outlets (including on-campus Tim Hortons, Market Hall, Alumni Student Centre food services, Subcetra, General Brock store). Flex dollars can also be used at several off-campus vendors, including: Shopper’s Drugmart and Boston Pizza at the Pen Centre; Eastside Mario's and Jack Astor's on Ontario St; and local PizzaPizza just to name a few.
For more information about meal plans and food services on-campus please visit the Brock Dining Services website. For more information about Flex dollars please visit the BrockCard website.
Payment For Residence (3 payments in total)
You will need to pay a $600 deposit (payment 1 of 3) to complete your residence application. We will begin accepting deposit payments on Monday, April 8, 2013 (please do not attempt to make the payment before that date). Preferred methods of payment are available on our Finance Department web site. We ask that you do NOT mail a cheque to Brock. If Brock does not receive the $600 deposit by June 3, 2013 we will not process your application and you will not be offered a bed. There is no reminder given. We strongly recommend that you keep a copy of confirmation of your payment, e.g. print a copy of the confirmation screen if you are paying by on-line banking, or the deposit slip if you pay at your bank.
It is each student's responsibility to monitor their Financial History to identify charges that have been put onto their student account and check to see that payments they have made have been safely received. You can do so by logging into the Brock portal
You will receive your residence building and room assignment in an e-mail in late-June. In mid-July you will see a charge for residence and meal plan (if a meal plan is mandatory) on your Fee Calculator which you can access through the Brock portal
. As soon as you see the charge(s) you can make a payment into your student account. The minimum amount due (payment 2 of 3) will be indicated and payment is due by mid to late August (exact date will be posted when known). In late-September the $600 charge on your Financial History will be reversed, leaving your $600 deposit payment as a credit towards the remaining outstanding residence fees. The final payment (payment 3 of 3) will be due no later than November 15. Anyone with an outstanding balance on November 15 will incur service charges. If you are not offered a bed in residence, the $600 will remain as a credit on your account.
Winter Break Fee
There will be a charge of $160/week, or any part thereof, for students staying in residence over the Winter Break. For more details please click here
to view our Winter Break Policy.
Early Withdrawal from Residence
Please click here
to view our Early Withdrawal From Residence Policy
If you lived in a student residence in Ontario in 2012 you can apply for the Ontario energy and property tax credit (OEPTC). There is a full explanation of how to do so and a link to the form you will need to complete and submit on the Canada Revenue Agency web site. Residences are on tax exempt land therefore students are not charged taxes on residence fees. The Department of Residences does not issue receipts. However, you will find a full history of residence fees that you were charged on your Financial History on the Brock Portal. Only the current year's charges are displayed by default but you can enter an earlier date to see charges and payments for earlier years.