Students will have an initial payment due at the time of their offer acceptance. The rest of the housing contract charges will be billed quarterly and align with tuition due dates. Students can make payment via their BruinBill.
Note: By accepting the Housing offer and making the initial payment, the student enters into a binding legal contract for the entire academic year. The student will be obligated to make all payments according to the selected payment schedule, whether or not the student checks into the room.
Forms of Payment
The payment for the initial housing installment, as well as all future housing installments, is made to the student’s BruinBill account. Payments made with VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express are charged a 2.75% transaction fee, but students also may select the eCheck option, available free of charge, to make payments from a bank account.
Meal plan options for On-Campus Housing Residents:
This is our most flexible meal plan. It offers a preset number of meals at the beginning of each academic quarter. Unused meals carry over from week to week and can be used at any time during the quarter for extra meals and snacks for you, your friends, or family. All meals must be used by the end of the quarter. You should monitor your meal usage to ensure that you have enough meals through the end of each quarter.
Our most cost-effective plan, the 19 Regular, is designed for students who wish to eat in the residential dining facilities most of the time. This plan provides for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Monday through Friday, as well as for brunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday. Unlike the 19 Premier, meals not eaten during the week cannot be accumulated or saved and do not carry over from week to week. 19 Regular allows only one entry per designated meal period.
This plan provides the same flexibility as 19 Premier, but it is designed for residents who generally go home on the weekends or who prefer to skip breakfast. The same carry-over privilege with 19 Premier also applies to 14 Premier.
This plan provides 14 meals per week. Meals that are not eaten during the week cannot be accumulated or saved. The 14 Regular allows only one entry per designated meal period.
This plan provides the same flexibility as the 19 Premier and 14 Premier, but it is designed for residents who generally only eat one or two meals per day. The same carry-over privilege with 19 Premier and 14 Premier also applies to 11 Premier.
This is our most basic plan for students who are not on campus during weekends or for those who eat only one or two meals a day. As with the 19 Regular and 14 Regular, meals that are not eaten during the week cannot be accumulated or saved. 11 Regular allows only one entry per designated meal period.
Change of Assignment/Roommate Request
Once the student accepts the offer, they will be able to submit a Change of Assignment Request (CAR) online at MyHousing by selecting the Change of Assignment Request link. The CAR link is only available until 3:00 p.m. on July 26, 2022.
Terminating Your Contract
If, after accepting a housing offer and making the initial payment, the student wishes to terminate his/her housing contract, a request to terminate the contract may be submitted by email using Ask Housing. A $400 contract termination fee will be charged for all contract cancellations for fall quarter contracts. After the fall quarter move-in date, the student must follow a written appeal process in order to cancel his/her contract. If the appeal is approved, the student will be charged the contract termination fee and be financially obligated for the contract balance. For further information, refer to the housing contract or contact Housing Services at http://ask.housing.ucla.edu/.
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Questions? Ask Housing.