The Office of Residence Life provides summer school housing for students who need to remain in the residence halls. Because of the limited demand for summer housing and the high demand for space for summer camps and conferences, we limit all summer school housing to just one residence hall.
Students wishing to live on campus during the summer should complete the Summer Contract for University Housing. Please note the session(s) you will need housing and what meal plan you would like to choose. Every effort will be made to honor your roommate preferences as we make summer housing assignments. Summer housing assignments are typically made after spring break and on a rolling process thereafter.
Costs are different for each term. You can see the cost for each term by opening the summer room rate sheet.
Yes, students can opt for a private room as space permits. There is an additional cost for private rooms.
Yes, as noted on the Contract for Summer Housing the same policies and rules for the academic year apply during the summer. You can read more about the rules and policies of the residence halls by reading the Resident Handbook.
Yes. Many of the same services during the academic year are also provided during the summer. The Towers Desk does not operate as a 24 hour desk, however, regular mail and desk services are provided. Custodial and maintenance services are unchanged during the summer term.
Yes. You could contact your Hall Director to see about a room change. You can contact the Residence Life Office at 651-2274 for more information on contacting your Hall Director.
Yes. Students can select from two different meal plans during the summer. Chartwells provides dining services throughout the summer. Summer dining will be at either the University Center during the beginning of the summer and then at Towers Café once the camp and conference season is underway.