Summer Housing is now closed, we are at 100% occupancy
If you are a SUMMER RESEARCH STUDENT, please contact Christine de Denus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are an INTERNATIONAL STUDENT, please contact Dave Gage at email@example.com.
If you will have a job/internship on campus, please contact the department head you are reporting to. They are required to contact the Conferences and Events Office to secure summer housing.
Who needs to be approved for a temporary extended stay?
All students who are NOT vacating the colleges by May 14th at noon (when residences close) MUST contact Residential Education to be approved for a temporary extended stay. You can apply at MyResEd.
What does approval for a temporary extended stay mean?
If you are approved for a temporary extended stay, you are allowed to remain on campus through the date approved by Residential Education. *Please note: NO temporary extended stays will be approved for students living in 737 South Main, Beta Sigma, McDaniels, 133 St. Clair, Stewardson, 746 South Main, 400 Pulteney, 412 Pulteney, 123 Hamilton, 99 St. Clair, Trowbridge, Sill and Zappler, Comstock, Hirshson, Miller, Geneva, Carr-McGuire, 704 S. Main Street, McCormick, 295 Pulteney, 1 Cloverleaf, Brent, Stucco, 408 Pulteney Street, Hale, Bartlett, Durfee, and Sherrill due to the logistics involving Commencement, renovations, and the building of the Performing Arts Center.
When must temporary extended stay students leave campus?
Temporary extended stay students are only allowed to stay on campus per agreement with Res. Ed., and Conferences and Events.
If I am approved for a temporary extended stay, where have I been given permission to stay?
As a temporary extended stay, please understand you have been given permission to stay in your assigned room and only your assigned room. Permission has not been granted for you to leave items in common room areas. Common room areas are any areas outside of your assigned room. Such examples include, but not limited to, hallways, kitchens, refrigerators, bathrooms, porches, and living rooms. Please secure all of your items in your assigned room. We are not responsible for items left in the common room areas during the temporary extended stay period.
PLEASE NOTE: Given the construction on campus, students may be required to fully vacate current rooms and move to a temporary extended stay room for the duration of their stay.
ALL temporary extended stays should have their room fully packed and ready to move due to the construction on campus.
How much does summer housing cost?
The cost for summer housing is $80.00 per week. Your student account will be charged directly if you are a self-pay. If your housing is paid by a department, then the department will be charged directly.
How do I know if I am approved for summer housing?
You will receive an email stating your summer housing move in and move out date, either on or after May 1st, that will let you know if you are approved for summer housing.
Where do I pick up my keys for summer housing?
If you have been approved for summer housing, you must pick up your summer housing key on the day you have been approved to move into your housing assignment. You or your department will begin being charged for summer housing on the day you pick up your keys. Keys can be picked up at the Conferences and Events Office, Harris House, 678 S. Main Street, from 9AM till 5PM, Monday through Friday, to sign a rental agreement and key policy. After office hours, or on the weekend, you must sign the rental agreement and pick up your key at Campus Safety. You will not receive your keys or be able to move into your summer housing until the rental agreement and key policy have been signed.
Where do I drop off my school year keys?
School year keys must be dropped off at the drop box outside of the Residential Education Office.
When do I move into my summer housing?
Is there someone available to help me move my belongings from my school year residence to my summer housing?
With Commencement preparations in full swing, we do not have vehicles or staff available during summer housing moves.
Do I have a meal plan?
No. Summer housing students will not be provided with a meal plan. Every summer housing residence has a kitchen; therefore students will be responsible for cooking their own meals.
Can I store my belongings on campus if I am leaving the colleges after my last exam and coming back for summer housing?
No. Storage is NOT provided on campus for anyone leaving the colleges. There are no exceptions. We will not be responsible for any items left.
Where can I do my laundry?
Each group has a laundry facility in or near their living space. Please contact your department representative for your location if you do not have a laundry facility in your house.