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|RESIDENCE HALL STYLE:|
| BASIC SINGLE|
|Room and Meal Plan Charges||$10,950.00||$11,726.00|
|TOWNHOUSE & APARTMENT STYLE|
|ENGINEERING 10 MONTH TRANSFER STUDENTS ONLY|
(June 29 - April 20)
|Room Charges (Summer)||$1,525.00|
|Room Charges (Fall/Winter)||$7,560.00|
|PAYMENT AND DUE DATE||Basic Single|
|Down Payment due with Contract||$500.00||$500.00||$500.00||$500.00|
Due August 15, 2017
Due December 15, 2017
ENGINEERING 10 MONTH TRANSFER STUDENTS ONLY PAYMENT AND DUE DATES
|Down Payment due with Contract||$500.00|
|1st Installment Due June 17, 2019||$1,550.00|
|2nd Installment Due August 15, 2019||$4,000.00|
|3rd Installment Due December 16, 2019||$3,085.00|
1. Please be advised that:
a) If your discipline requires you to start before the first day of the Residence Contract (August 29, 2018) you will be assessed applicable daily room rate charges effective the day you sign for your keys. Residence Halls students will participate in a mandatory meal plan ending August 28, 2018 after dinner (Apartment and Townhouse students may contact Food Services to take part in this meal plan).
b) If your discipline requires you to stay past the end of the Residence Contract (April 20, 2019) you will be assessed applicable room and/or meal charges for your extended stay up to April 30, 2019. Effective May 1, 2019 applicable Spring Student rates will apply.
c) There will be a daily charge for occupancy and/or meals for any and all days during the Winter Holiday Break.
The Residence Contract Dates are as follows:
Fall Term- August 29, 2018 to December 17, 2018
Winter Term - January 5, 2019 to April 20, 2019
A late payment of $100.00 will be charged for each missed due date (Please refer to Lakehead University's Fees Payment Information - Schedule of Payments).
Income Tax Information
For Income tax purposes, students in Residence do not pay taxes on their Residence fees as the University Residences are on tax-exempt land. On Line 6114 (Student Residences) on your income tax form, you can claim $25 as your occupancy cost for the part of the year you lived in Residence. You do not need to have proof of Residence or tax receipts for residence fee payment.
The Department of Residence does not provide receipts. If you are filing either a paper or an electronic income tax return, you do not need to include receipts with your return.