Black Hills State University

BHSU Housing Costs

How Do BHSU'S Housing Costs Compare to the U.S. Average?

It is very important to understand the many expenses associated with attending college in order to plan appropriately. The expense of supplies, housing, and meal plans can really mound up after 4 years (or more)! Make the best financial decision for yourself by taking these costs into account.

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BHSU Room and Board Expenses In 2021, students at BHSU paid $3,680 for housing and $3,622 for the dining plan.

The table below will show you the average expected expenses of both on-campus and off-campus housing and dining plans for Black Hills State University.

Expense On Campus Off Campus
Room and Board $7,400 $7,400
— Housing       $3,680
— Meals       $3,622
Other Living Expenses $4,500 $4,500
Books and Supplies $1,200 $1,200
Total $13,100 $13,100

Estimated Total of $53,922 in Housing & Dining Over Four Years

Housing and meal plans at BHSU have changed about 2.0% for each of the past five years, compared to a nationwide average change of 2.4%. If today's developments in room, board, and other expenses continue, we predict incoming first year students in 2022 to be charged about $13,249 in their first year of college. By their last year an undergraduate might spend an average of $13,401 for a two-year degree, and $13,714 for a four-year degree.

The entire degree (assuming you graduate on-time) the sum will come to somewhere around $53,922 for four years or $26,650 for two years.

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Answers to Questions About Living on Campus at BHSU

Are you wondering whether you may be required to live on campus? If you are a first-time full-time student, some schools may require it. See the table below to find out whether BHSU does or not, as well as the on-campus housing capacity.

Question Answer
Are Freshmen Required to Live on Campus? No
On-Campus Housing Capacity 811

Not Able to Determine Campus Expenses

BHSU room and board costs in comparison to the U.S. average wasn't accessible. One reason might be that most students who attend this school live at home or are online students.

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