Cape Breton University offers five types of residence accommodations to students. The following financial guidelines apply to residence operations.
|Non refundable for 1st time residence students, this fee must be paid for residence consideration.
|Non refundable except in those cases where acceptance to CBU is not granted. Fee is due once an offer of residence has been received by a student. For returning residence students, fee is due by end of May.
A residence student who wishes to withdraw from residence must do so officially by notifying the Residence Manager in writing. A student who withdraws from residence will remain financially responsible for the remainder of the semester, unless they are simultaneously withdrawing from all courses for the remainder of the academic year. Students who officially withdraw from residence and all CBU courses are charged room fees on a proportional basis, calculated in weekly units (based on 16 weeks), in addition to a minimum charge of $250.00 regardless of date of withdrawal.
|Full Meal Plan
This plan is mandatory for any student living in dorm-style residence. This plan includes an additional $150 worth of “Flex Dollars” to be used at Chartwell’s operated food service outlets on-campus including Harriss Hall and Tim Horton’s. Flex Dollars are non-refundable.
|Apartment Style- Declining Balance Meal Plan
This plan is mandatory for any student living in apartment-style residence. This plan is non-refundable.
|Apartment Style Plus- Declining Balance Meal Plan
This plan includes $800 worth of “Flex Dollars” for the price of $725. Flex dollars are non-refundable and can be used at Chartwell’s operated food service outlets on-campus including Harriss Hall and Tim Horton’s. By choosing this plan, you will receive a $75 credit.