Orillia Residence Rates 2020-2021

2020-2021 Rates

 Residence Rates 2020-2021

 Single Room & Plan - ASingle Room & Plan - B
Room and Meal Plan Charges$12,684.00$13,284.00
Activity Fee$50.00$50.00
Total Due$12,734.00$13,334.00

Plan A - For students not on campus on weekends and those with lighter appetites

Plan B - For students on campus on weekends and those with larger appetites. 


Schedule of Fee Payments

Payment and Due DateSingle Room & Plan-ASingle Room & Plan-B
1st installment due August 15, 2020$7,500.00*$7,500.00*
2nd installment due December 15, 2020$5,234.00$5,834.00

LAKEHEAD RESIDENCE REQUIRES a $500 DOWN PAYMENT with APPLICATIONS FOR RESIDENCE HOUSING FOR THE 2020-2021 ACADEMIC YEAR, 

Special Notations:

  1. A late payment fee will be charged for each missed due date. Please refer to Lakehead University's Fees Payment Information - Schedule of Payments 
  2. Please be advised that, if your discipline requires you to start before the first day of the Residence Contract (September 3, 2020), or stay past the last day of the Residence Contract (April 19, 2021) and for any and all days during the Winter Holiday Break, there will be a charge of $30.00 per day. 
  3. The Residence Contract Dates are as follows:
  • Fall Term - September 3, 2020 to December 21, 2020
  • Winter Term - January 2, 2021 to April 19, 2021

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.


Receipts

The Department of Residence does not provide receipts for accommodation.  If you are filing either a paper or an electronic tax return, you do not need to include receipts with your return.

January 2021 Rates - New Applicants 
 

January 2021 Rates - New Applicants

 Single Room
Room and Meal Plan Charges$6,283.44
Activity Fee$50.00
Total Due$6,333.44

 

Residence schedule of Fee Payments

Payment and Due DateSingle Room
Down Payment Due With Contract$500.00
Due December 15, 2020$5,833.44


Special Notations:

Please be advised that:

  1. The Winter Occupancy period is January 2, 2021 to April 19, 2021.  There will be a daily charge of $30.00 per day for occuancy before/after the official occupancy period.
  2. A late payment fee will be charged for the missed due date. (Please refer to Tuition Fees - Payment Due Dates)


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.


Receipts

The Department of Residence does not provide receipts for accommodation.  If you are filing either a paper or an electronic tax return, you do not need to include receipts with your return.

January 2021 Rates - Students Who Deferred Housing to January 

January 2021 Rates - Students Who Deferred Housing to January

 Single Room
Room and Meal Plan Charges$6,283.44
Activity Fee$50.00
Total Due$6,333.44


Residence schedule of Fee Payments

Payment and Due DateSingle Room
Due December 15, 2020$6,333.44*

PAYMENT AMOUNT FOR DEFERRED STUDENTS WHO HAVE ALREADY PAID THEIR $500 DOWN PAYMENT
*SINGLE - $5,833.44


Special Notations:

Please be advised that:

  1. The Winter Occupancy period is January 2, 2021 to April 19, 2021.  There will be a daily charge of $30.00 per day for occuancy before/after the official occupancy period.
  2. A late payment fee will be charged for the missed due date. (Please refer to Tuition Fees - Payment Due Dates)


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.


Receipts

The Department of Residence does not provide receipts for accommodation.  If you are filing either a paper or an electronic tax return, you do not need to include receipts with your return.