The Summer Online Housing Application will be available at the end of April. Space is limited during the summer sessions, therefore summer housing is not guaranteed to all who apply for housing.
To apply for summer housing , the online Housing Application is accessible through Banner Web. Make sure you are applying for Summer 2013 and not Fall 2013. If you have someone you wish to live with, please indicate your roommate preference on your Personal Preference page in MyHousing. You will be assigned to a room by Residence Life (there is no room lottery for summer). Online Housing Application
Traditional continuing students attending summer session classes are not required to live on campus, including students participating in the Summer CADRE program. New students may not live on campus for the summer sessions. You must be enrolled in at least one class throughout the summer term to receive housing.
Meal plans are not available for the summer session because the college dining service is only available during scheduled summer conferences. Students may utilize the dining hall when it is available (typically opens mid-June) and pay at the door. Money may be added to your Quaker Cards and may be purchased through Student Financial Services.
The South Apartments will be utilized for summer session housing. The number of available rooms is limited and spaces are on a first come, first serve basis. Each student will have a single room with a shared bath. Fully furnished (pots, pans and other utensils not included), cable and internet access. Students may not remain on campus between spring and summer terms and summer to fall terms. Storage is not provided on campus.
Check-in for summer residential students attending the 10 week and first 5 week summer sessions is Monday, May 27, 2013, from 10 am until 4 pm. Students will check-in at the Campus Life Office (210 Founders Hall) to obtain a room key and Room Condition Report and sign a summer housing agreement.
Late Arrivals: After 4 pm on Monday, students need to contact Public Safety to be let into their rooms. After Monday, if Public Safety lets someone into their room, the student will be charged $50 per night until the check-in procedure has been completed. Students arriving late should visit the Campus Life Office on Tuesday, May 28 between 9 am-5 pm to complete the check-in process.
Check-in for the second 5 week session is Sunday, June 30, from 12-2 pm with your RA/HD in your assigned building.
Check-Out: At the end of the 1st 5 week session (if you will not be attending the 2nd session) and at the end of 10 week and 2nd 5 week sessions, students must vacate their room within 24 hours of their final exam or scheduled class event.
* Check-out for the 1st 5 week summer session residents is Friday, June 28, by 5 pm.
* Check-out for 10 week and 2nd 5 week summer session residents is Friday, August 2, by 5 pm (residence halls close).
*Residents are responsible for scheduling a check-out time with their RA. All belongings are to be removed from the room prior to completing the RCR and check-out process with the Resident Advisor.
*Residents may opt to do the Express Check-Out. Express Check-Out forms are available in Bauman, 1st floor, or in the Campus Life Office. Notify your RA that you will complete an Express Check-Out.
*If a student withdraws from the College during the summer session, they must vacate and check-out of the residential facilities within 24 hours of the withdrawal.
*Students may not stay in the residence halls past the hall closing. Students found in the residence halls after 5 pm will be charged $50 per hour (starting at 5:00pm), until they are gone. If you have any additional questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.