On-campus housing is provided for students enrolled in classes during the summer sessions.
Non-enrolled individuals, including Language & Culture Institute participants, that wish to live on-campus in designated summer-school housing must be approved to do so through Housing and Residence Life. Non-enrolled individuals, including students who are regularly enrolled during other academic semesters but do not have a summer class ticket, are eligible to stay in summer school housing on-campus if there is a:
documented need to be on-campus to fulfill an academic obligation/endeavor at the University, or
documented need to be on-campus to work/research with a University faculty member.
In either of these instances, Housing and Residence Life considers eligibility upon receipt of a letter from the academic supervisor supporting this need. Documentation is retained with housing application materials.
The Housing and Dining Contract is binding for both summer sessions if classes are taken.
To make reservations for summer school housing, complete an application with Housing and Residence Life during registration in the spring semester. You can also move in without prior reservation on one of the regular check-in days. Check-in is held on the Sunday before the summer session classes begin. You may only leave personal items in the residence halls between spring and the first summer session if you have been approved to do so in advance.
Summer Residence Halls
|Main Eggleston, West Eggleston (Summer School)
Vawter, Newman (Summer Academy)
|non-A/C, single and double occupancy|
|New Residence Hall East||A/C, double occupancy and limited single rooms|
|Graduate Life Center||A/C, single and double occupancy, graduate students only|
All summer buildings are co-ed, and a limited number of single rooms will be offered in non-air-conditioned buildings. Single rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Any student assigned to a double-occupancy room may request a specific roommate, or be assigned a roommate by the staff.
All on-campus students are required to purchase either the Summer Flex or 19 meals-per-week dining plan. Off-campus students may select a Summer Flex, 19 or 7 meals-per-week dining plan. Due to the abbreviated term, the larger flex plans are not available.
2013 Summer Housing & Dining Contracts
Students requesting on-campus housing need to download, complete, and submit the
2013 On-campus Summer Housing Contract.
Off-campus students requesting a dining plan need to download, complete, and submit the
2013 Off-campus Dining Plan request form.