All residence halls at Adrian College are tobacco-free and have an open visitation policy allowing visitors 24 hours a day.
All residence halls include:
- TV lounge with cable, recreational areas and study rooms
- Full kitchen facilities, including a microwave
- Coin operated washers and dryers
- Free local phone and voice mail service provided in student rooms
- Wireless and network hookup available in each room
The upperclass residence halls offer a number of other options and amenities. Cargo, Deans and Estes Halls offer a variety of options, including several in-hall double apartments. All upperclass halls are co-ed and tobacco-free. In addition, College View Apartments and Themed Houses provide an “off-campus” feel in locations adjacent to the main campus. Pellowe Hall is newly renovated which offers single rooms with private bathrooms and suite style living. Pellowe Hall is air-conditioned.
Get your housing questions answered by calling the Housing Office at 517-265-5161 extension 3861 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2015-2016 Room Rates
|Theme House Room||$3,815||$7,630|
|College Court Apartments||$3,955||$7,910|
|Brick East Double Apartment||$3,955||$7,910|
|Brick West Single Apartment||$3,965||$7,930|
|College View North Apartment||$4,030||$8,060|
|College View South Apartment||$4,115||$8,230|
2015-2016 Board Rates
|Traditional Meal Plans||Semester||Year|
|unlimited + $300* per semester||$2,998||$5,996|
|18 meals per week + $100* per semester||$2,695||$5,390|
|14 meals per week + $100* per semester||$2,655||$5,310|
|9 meals per week + $100* per semester||$2,545||$5,090|
|7 meals per week + $100* per semester||$2,100||$4,200|
|Block Meal Plans (Upperclassmen Students Only)||Semester||Year|
|125 meals + $350* per semester||$2,740||$5,480|
|100 meals + $300* per semester||$2,715||$5,430|
*Dining Dollars are a part of the Board Plans and put on the students ID card. They are per semester and don’t carry over. Dining Dollars may only be used for food purchases at Caine Snack bar, Domino’s Pizza, Bulldog Beanery, Ritchie Marketplace, Zebi’s, ZZ’s Sports Grill, Country Skillet, Cancun’s and WOW Cafe & Wingery.
Meal Plan Exemption Policy
Adrian College is a residential college requiring students who live on campus to eat in the College’s dining facilities. This policy allows for few, if any, exceptions. Exceptions are made solely on documented health conditions that require special diets that cannot be accommodated by Adrian College’s Food Service Provider.
Students who request an exemption from the College’s board plan (meals) must complete the Meal Plan Exemption Request Form for each semester they are requesting an exemption. Please note that meal exemption requests will only be considered for those students who demonstrate a critical need to be off the meal plan. Exemptions are not granted for dietary choices. Also, these commonly heard reasons are NOT grounds for an exemption:
- I don’t like the food
- The meal schedule does not fit my personal schedule
- I am a vegetarian or vegan
- I cannot afford to be on a meal plan
- I have more meals than I can use
- I don’t eat all of my meals
- I am dieting
Requests stating such reasons will be denied. To download the exemption form, click here.
Exemption requests are reviewed at the beginning of each semester.
- Exemption requests MUST be received by August 1
- Exemption requests will be reviewed during the month of August
- Notification will be provided to the student during Welcome Week
- Exemption requests MUST be received by December 1
- Exemption requests will be reviewed during the month of December
- Notification will be provided to the student as soon after the New Year holiday as is practicable
Applications received after the deadline(s) will not be considered until the next semester.
NOTE: Exemption is not guaranteed and the total of Tuition, Room, Board, and Fees are due by the deadlines provided in the Student Account Policy. Failure to settle the student’s account balance by these established deadlines will result in the consequences defined in the Student Account Policy.
Meal Exemption Process
1. Once the completed Meal Plan Exemption Request Form is properly received in the Office of Student Affairs the Director of Student Housing will review the request and, along with the Director of Food Services, may speak to the student’s physician, certified allergist/immunologist, and/or dietician.
2. Once the Meal Plan Exemption Request Form is reviewed, the student may be asked to make an individual appointment with the Director of Food Services.
3. The Director of Food Services will make a recommendation regarding the ability of the Food Service Provider to meet the special dietary needs of the student requesting the meal plan exemption. The recommendation may be that the Food Service Provider:
- can meet the student’s dietary needs. In this case the student will not be exempt from the Meal Plan requirement and will be notified by e-mail, accordingly.
cannot meet the student’s dietary needs. In this case the student will be notified by e-mail that he/she is exempt from the Meal Plan requirement and any Board fees charged to the student will be adjusted.
The student will be notified via e-mail as to whether the exemption has been approved, denied, or requires further follow-up with the physician, certified allergist/immunologist, and/or registered dietician.