Interested in living in summer housing? Here’s what you need to know…
- Summer housing is available through the University. Students wishing to reside in summer housing must have an active affiliation with the University during the summer terms, which includes (but is not limited to) being registered for courses during the summer term(s) and/or working full-time on campus.
- There are no meal plans offered in the summer months. Summer residents must also provide their own transportation, as shuttle service is not provided.
- University staff will be available for assistance and to support the development of the community.
- The visitation policy is in place during the summer.
- Please note that students residing in the residence halls are responsible to the Immaculata community but also to the community in the surrounding area. In accordance with the Off-Campus Behavior Policy, anything documented by the local police may be turned over to the University. This could also lead to processing through the disciplinary system under the Code of Conduct.
Students interested in living in summer housing should review the most recent Summer Apartment Policies for more information. In order to apply for housing, a Summer Housing Application (available in the Student Development and Engagement Suite) must be completed and turned in to Residence Life and Housing by the advertised deadline.