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Rates for Researchers & Other Visitors

These rates apply to any expenses that are not paid on a UW budget, regardless of a person’s UW affiliation. They are higher than budget rates because the University of Washington adds institutional overhead.

All charges are subject to 8.3% Sales Tax.

**Visitors are charged a per-person Facility Fee in addition to any housing costs (see Fees Policy for information). Those staying on campus will also be issued and charged for Dining Dollars or, if staying in a Standard Dorm or Hut, a Full Meal Plan.

10 Day Cancellation Policy

If you would like to cancel all or part of your stay, please notify the Facilities Coordinator in writing at least 10 days before the first date to be cancelled.  If we receive fewer than 10 days notice, FHL will bill for 20% of estimated charges for the cancelled period.

Cleaning Policy

If after departure, additional staff time is required for cleaning a housing unit or lab space beyond what is ordinarily needed, you will be billed for extra time at a rate of $57.20 + tax/hour.

Housing

Includes Tech Fee

FHL Cottages, Apartments, Duplexes Unit Daily Unit Weekly Unit Monthly
3 Bedroom $133 $737 $2337
2 Bedroom $118 $654 $2068
1 Bedroom $89 $495 $1561
Studio $70 $390 $1228
Grad Dorm $40 $224 $715
Standard Dorm Room or Hut, Private $36 $200 $641
Dorm Room or Hut, Shared             Per Person $33 $181 $569

Bedding: Housing rates include two flat sheets (fitted sheets not available), a pillow with pillowcase, blanket and a towel per bed.  Weekly linen exchange (on Fridays, 8-8:30 am) provided free of charge.

Facility Fee

All visitors using FHL facilities will be charged a Facility Fee per person:

  • Daily $8
  • Weekly $46
  • Monthly $145

Lab Rental Fee

All visitors with assigned lab spaces, except for current UW faculty, staff, and students, will be charged a Lab Rental Fee per space:

  • Daily $39
  • Weekly $219
  • Monthly $694

Dining

Full meal plans are required for those staying in non-kitchen units (huts and dorms, excluding grad dorms). Researchers and scholars staying four or more days in all other units are required to purchase Dining Dollars, which may be used toward any food or beverage in the Dining Hall. All meals must be reserved in advance; see our Dining page for more information. Meals for children 10 and under are half price.

Meals, Non-Student:

  • Breakfast $14
  • Lunch $19
  • Dinner $24
  • Brunch $33

Meals Student1:

  • Breakfast $12
  • Lunch $15
  • Dinner $20
  • Brunch $27

Full Meal Plans (daily rates):

  • Non-Students: $56/day
  • Students1: $47/day

Dining Dollars (weekly rates):

  • Non-Students:$47/week (equivalent to two dinners)
  • Students1: $15/week (equivalent to one lunch)

Boat Charges

  • For RV Kittiwake and ROV rates, please contact Jakob Bueche.
  • Motorboats2: $86/hour
  • Rowboats3: free of charge
  1. A Student is any person enrolled in a university, college, or K-12 school.
  2. Use of motorboats requires a WA State Boater Educational Card and a check out from our Boat Safety Officer. For more information, please contact Kristy Kull.
  3. Use of rowboats requires a rowboat orientation. For orientations scheduled after hours, there is a $58 charge. For more information, please contact Kristy Kull.

 

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