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Overview of Village 

The Town Center is located in our adjacent housing community on the east end of campus and houses juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Home to the University bookstore and various eateries, Town Center houses over 100 students in studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments. Studios accommodate two students, one-bedroom apartments accommodate two students, and two-bedroom apartments accommodate four students. The studios and one-bedroom apartments have one bathroom, and the two-bedroom apartments have two bathrooms. Amenities within each apartment include a full kitchen, balcony or large window, and in-unit stacked washer and dryer. 

Pictures and 360-degree views of Town Center can be found on the campus virtual tour

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Map

The Town Center Apartments are labeled “TOW” on the campus map (eastern most part of map)

Floor Plan & Pictures

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General Pictures

  • View of Town Center from Library
  • Town Center Apartments
  • Town Center Apartments over Market
  • Town Center Apartments over Restaurants
  • Hall & Entryway Closet
  • Bedroom Closet
  • Desk, Bookshelf, & Filing Cabinet Area
  • Bathroom - Example 1
  • Bathroom - Example 2
  • Washer & Dryer (inside apartment)
  • View from Town Center Balcony, Facing West
  • Town Center Village Office
  • Village Office Entryway
  • Village Office Computer Area
  • Village Office Seating Area
  • Village Office Lounge Area
  • Village Office Meeting Space

Studio Apartments (592 - 761 square feet):

  • Studio Floor-Plan 1
  • Studio Floor-Plan 2
  • Studio Floor-Plan 3
  • Studio Living Room
  • Studio Pan
  • Studio with double occupancy
  • Studio kitchen & living space
  • Studio living space

One-bedroom Apartments (787 - 935 square feet):

  • One-Bedroom Floor-Plan 1
  • One-Bedroom Floor-Plan 2
  • One-Bedroom Floor-Plan 3
  • One-Bedroom Floor-Plan 4
  • One-Bedroom Pan
  • One-Bedroom Kitchen & Living Room View
  • One-Bedroom Living Area & Kitchen
  • View of One-Bedroom
  • Example of Double Bedroom
  • One-bedroom kitchen & living space – bedroom behind camera

Two-bedroom Apartments (1,072 - 1,368 square feet):

  • Two-Bedroom Floor-Plan 1
  • Two-Bedroom Floor-Plan 2
  • Two-Bedroom Floor-Plan 3
  • Two-Bedroom Kitchen
  • Single Bedroom
  • Double occupancy bedroom
  • Double occupancy bedroom, facing closet
  • Two-bedroom facing kitchen; bedroom 1 to the left; bedroom 2 to the right
  • Two-bedroom – second bedroom & bathroom behind camera

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Room Rates & Meal Plan Options (2019-20): 

Room TypeRoom FeeMinimum Board FeeTotal FeesAmount Billed Each Semester
Large double in a two-bedroom apartment$11,660$1,400$13,060$6,530
Small double in a two-bedroom apartment$11,450$1,400$12,850$6,425
Double in a one-bedroom apartment $11,820$1,400$13,220$6,610
Double in a studio apartment$10,710$1,400$12,110$6,055

Meal Plan

Minimum Board meal plan is the Basic 30, averaging 1.9 meals per week and $392.50 Flex Cash per semester.

Additional options include:

See license agreement for pricing and additional information. 

Meal credits at Islands Cafe expire on the last day of each semester. Unused flex dollars will roll-over from the fall to spring semester, and will expire on the last day of the spring semester. Unused meals or flex dollars are non-refundable. Students are strongly encouraged to maximize the use of the meal plan benefits to obtain the full value of the plan. 

Dining PlanMeals per SemesterFlex Cash per SemesterWeekly Meal AverageTotal CostAmount Billed Each Semester
Basic 3030$392.501.9$1,400$700

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