Current Students - Fees 2022
Arcady Hall operates under charitable status, this means that all of the student fees go back into things like the student experience and facilities.
As part of your deposit as outlined in the fees information below, there is a Residential Life fee. This goes towards your student experience and funds the wide array of Arcady run events you'll have the opportunity to be involved in.
Our commitment and contract is for 39 weeks of the academic year and/or 24 hours after the last university commitment.
Students may request to stay during vacation time at no extra cost as it is included in the 39 week academic year.
The kitchen and dining room are fully operational for the 39 weeks, including vacation time, for three meals per day.
THE TOTAL FEE FOR 2022 IS $19,103
The accommodation fee you will pay, for your stay, for up to 39 weeks, will be $19,103. You will also be asked to pay an initial fee of $900 upon acceptance of a place at Arcady Hall comprising of an Admin Fee, Contingency Fee and Residential Life Fee. The fees are as follows;
Residential Life Fee
(This is refundable upon withdrawal before 12 noon, 17th January 2022).
Payment 1 $900
Paid upon acceptance of place. It includes:
Admin fee of $350
Contingency fee of $250
Residential Life fee of $300
Payment 2 | Accommodation
Due 24 January 2022
Payment 3 | Accommodation
Due 11 April 2022
Payment 4 | Accommodation
Due 12 September 2022
Fees include the following services or use of:
Locked bike shed
Fresh weekly linen
All rooms vacuumed weekly
Extra tutoring arranged by the Hall (for some courses)
Music room – soundproofed
Wi-Fi in all rooms and Study Centre
All amounts are in New Zealand dollars and are payable by direct credit upon acceptance of our offer. Invoices will be sent to you for the initial payment and all other payments. Our ANZ bank account number for all payments is:
International students pay their full year’s accommodation fees in advance.
Limited car parks are available for $225 for an academic year, payable if a park is available and allocated to the student.