Most housing for the spring and summer half terms and the full spring/summer term is provided at Mosher-Jordan and Stockwell Halls. All rooms are furnished with a bed, desk, dresser and chair. We regret that there is no available storage or parking.
Residence Hall Room & Board Rates 2013
|Room Type||Spring |
The above rates include room and an unlimited meal plan. Please note that every student residing in the residence halls must have a meal plan.
Meal Plan Options
|Plan||# of Meals||Dining Dollars||Blue Bucks||Guest Meals||Spring Half Term||Summer Half Term|
|ALLOWANCES PER TERM|
- Unused meals and Dining Dollars expire at the end of the summer term and are not refundable.
- Blue Bucks account balances roll over into your fall/winter term account.
- Meals for the spring half term include: breakfast, lunch, and dinner—Monday through Friday only—at the Hill Dining Center.
- Meals for the summer half term include: breakfast, lunch, and dinner—Monday through Friday—and only lunch on Saturday.
Everything you need to know about shipping and storage, moving in or moving out and room cable, can be found under our News & Events section.
How to Apply
Space is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis for each half term (spring and summer) and for the full spring/summer term. Students who are currently enrolled for the preceding winter term have priority in their choice of available rooms.
Currently Enrolled Students
University Housing will begin accepting applications March 15. Applications are available at the Housing Information Office. Spring/summer housing check-in at Stockwell will start at 11am on May 6, 2013. Details regarding the check-in process for spring/summer athletes in Fletcher, and Orientation Leaders in Markley, will be coordinated by Summer Conferences.
Newly Entering Freshmen
If you need spring and/or summer housing, simply select it as an option when you complete the online freshman housing application for fall/winter terms.
Newly Entering Transfer Students
See the application instructions for transfer students.