Residence fees

Residence fees for Brock Suites can be found on the Brock Suites website.

A residence meal plan is mandatory for all students living in residence (not including Brock Suites). The default plan for traditional and semi-suite residences is the REGULAR plan and the default plan for townhouse residences is the TOWNHOUSE plan.

Residence fees for 2019-20*

Please note that these are proposed fees and are subject to change until approved.

Room feesMeal plansTotal
TraditionalDeCew double $6,940Light: $4,500$11,440
Regular: $4,800$11,740
Premium: $5,100$11,960
DeCew single$7,740Light: $4,500$12,240
Regular: $4,800$12,540
Premium: $5,100$12,840
Semi-SuiteEarp single$8,540Light: $4,500$13,040
Regular: $4,800$13,340
Premium: $5,100$13,640
Lowenberger double$7,740Light: $4,500$12,240
Regular: $4,800$12,540
Premium: $5,100$12,840
Lowenberger single$8,540Light: $4,500$13,040
Regular: $4,800$13,340
Premium: $5,100$13,640
Vallee single$8,540Light: $4,500$13,040
Regular: $4,800$13,340
Premium: $5,100$13,640
TownhouseQuarry View single$8,620Townhouse $3,000$11,620
Light: $4,500$13,120
Regular: $4,800$13,420
Premium: $5,100$13,720
Quarry View double$7,340Townhouse $3,000$10,340
Light: $4,500$11,840
Regular: $4,800$12,140
Premium: $5,100$12,440
Village double$7,340Townhouse $3,000$10,340
Light: $4,500$11,840
Regular: $4,800$12,140
Premium: $5,100$12,440
Village single$8,540Townhouse $3,000$11,540
Light: $4,500$13,040
Regular: $4,800$13,340
Premium: $5,100$13,640
SuiteLofts (block 9) single$8,620Townhouse $3,000$11,620
Light: $4,500$13,120
Regular: $4,800$13,420
Premium: $5,100$13,720

Residence room fees include furnishings, utilities and wireless network connections.

Students are required to have their own contents insurance, if you do not have insurance you will be automatically signed up for a plan at your expense.  Please visit the webpage on insurance for more information https://brocku.ca/residence/important-information/rules-and-regulations/insurance/

For more information on meal plans or to upgrade your plan, please visit the Brock Card site.

Flex dollars are taxable, refundable and can be carried forward for use in future years. Unused meal plan dollars can also be carried forward for use in future years as Dining dollars.

Note 1: Meal plan dollars are tax free and used to purchase meals. A meal is a minimum of a drink and one other item, such as a sandwich. Cash registers are programmed to charge appropriately.

Note 2: Additional flex dollars may be purchased at any time on the Brock Card site, or by visiting the Brock Card office. The minimum amount that maybe purchased is $25.

*Flex dollars are the only currency that can be used in residence laundry machines, at residence service desks to purchase guest parking passes, and at Captain John’s Lounge service counter. Flex dollars (or cash) can 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, and the General Brock store. Flex dollars can also be used at several off-campus vendors. Visit the Brock Card site for the current partners.

January Arrivals

New students moving into residence at the beginning of Winter term (move in day is after 12pm (noon) on Sunday, January 5, 2020) will be charged 50% of the fees listed above.

Additional information

For more information about meal plans and food services on campus, please visit Brock Dining Services.
For more information about flex dollars, please visit the Brock Card site.