Room and Board Rates

Residency and Academic Calendar

2022-2023 Academic Year Housing

Fall Move In: August 18, 2022
Fall Move Out: December 19, 2022
Spring Move in: January 11, 2023
Spring Move Out: May 17, 2023

The rates for the 2022–2023 Academic Year include room, meal plan, and your I-House program membership. Upon acceptance of the housing offer, applicants will be asked to pay a $1,500 prepayment/deposit, which will be applied to the final payment for the period of occupancy.  Here are Academic Year rates for reference below.

2022-2023 Room and Board Rates


Fall Term

Spring Term

Regular Double $8,700 $8,910 $17,610
Large Double $9,660 $9,890 $19,550
Premium Double $10,410 $10,660 $21,070
Low-Price Single $10,040 $10,280 $20,320
Regular Single $10,830   $11,090 $21,920
Premium Single $11,880      $12,160 $24,040

Resident Meal Plans

The I-House meal plan is Included in the Room and Board rates. The meal plan includes breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Friday and brunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday. On holidays, one meal is served. The resident meal plan includes a specific number of meals per week (19 swipes a week – one for every meal). These meals are not transferable and are use-it-or-lose-it. 

The Weekly Menu provides a variety of meal offerings, including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free selections. Although not guaranteed, special diets can usually be accommodated and residents may arrange a meeting with our dining staff to discuss any special dietary concerns or food allergies by emailing

Please note that the I-House meal plan can only be used at the International House Dining Commons and is not valid at Edmonds Café or on-campus dining halls and food services operated by Campus Housing. 

The Dining Commons is closed on Thanksgiving Day, four weeks during Winter vacation, and one week during Spring Break. Cooking in rooms is not permitted.

I have always been fascinated in making acquaintances with people from different parts of the world. I-House offers plenty of opportunities in this respect. In particular, the Dining Commons offers a unique social environment where I can just sit and chat with people from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Having been an overseas student myself from a young age, I can confidently say that I have a very good understanding of the difficulties facing Berkeley international students, who may well be studying abroad for the first time in their lives.
Hoduk Cho, Chemistry Ph.D. student, South Korea