Summer 2013 Undergraduate Housing Policies and Rates
Eligibility for Summer Housing
All students living in University summer housing are required to either take a full class load (6 hours), take a half class load (3 hours) and work 20 hours per week, or work full time (40 hours per week).
Documentation is required from employers for students working. Accepted documentation includes letters on official company letterhead from supervisor or campus email from campus employer. Students who do not meet these criteria may not live in University housing. Those students whose status changes, and as a result no longer meet the criteria during the summer, may be asked to move out.
Send written documentation to Housing and Residence Life, University of Dayton, 300 College Park, Dayton, OH 45469-0950 or bring to 210 Gosiger Hall, Mon-Fri, 8:30 am-4:30 pm. Emails from campus employers are to be sent to email@example.com.
Summer 2013 housing options are: Stuart Complex single occupancy and double occupancy rooms (with chosen roommate) or 326 and 338 E. Stewart four-person Garden Apartments
Summer Housing Costs May 12, 2013 - August 4, 2013
- Stuart Complex Residence Hall
- Single Occupancy (as space permits, assigned first-come, first-serve) $925
- Double Occupancy (2 per room with chosen roommate) $615
- E Stewart Garden Apartment 4-Person (shared bedroom) $1,980
- E Stewart Garden Apartment 2-Person (single bedroom) $2,850
- Plumwood Apartment (Law/Graduate Housing only) Single Bedroom $5,100
- Plumwood Apartment (Law/Graduate Housing only) Double Bedroom & Efficiency $4800
- University Place Apartment (Law/Graduate Housing only) Single $5,200
- University Place Apartment (Law/Graduate Housing only) Double $4,900
Once a Summer Housing Application/Contract is submitted to Housing and Residence Life, a student is committed to the summer housing fee unless the application is canceled as identified below:
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org including student name, student ID#, and summer assignment. This is required no later than Monday, April 22, 2013.
- If application contract is canceled after April 22 and before move-in, a $100.00 cancellation fee will be charged to the student's account.
- If application contract is canceled after move in, in addition to the $100.00 cancellation fee, the student’s account will reflect a daily rate charge beginning May 12, 2013 through notification of cancellation.
First and Second Summer Session Charges:
- Full (12 weeks) summer housing charges will appear on student’s accounts in May. Summer housing charges will not be divided by first and second summer sessions.
- Students will be credited for days not in University housing if they properly check out of their residence and return their residence key to the appropriate staff by July 21, 2013
- Students who are only assigned during the second summer session will receive their summer housing charge on their student account in June.
Terms and Conditions of Summer Contract
Summer Applications are subject to the Terms and Conditions specified in the Summer Undergraduate Housing Policies and Rates.
Housing and Residence Life reserves the right to determine all summer assignments in order to best meet the needs of all students. Housing and Residence Life reserves the right to change facility assignment, to assign roommates, to consolidate vacancies, or to require students to move to different accommodations.
How to Apply for Summer Housing
To be considered for summer assignment, summer applications and group applications must be completed online as soon as possible. Summer Housing Application must be completed in order to receive a summer assignment. The earlier student groups apply, the better their choices of preferred housing. All students need to apply as a group even if they are a one-person group. Go to myhousing.udayton.edu to complete your Summer Housing Application.
Summer Housing Application Deadlines
Once a Summer Housing Application is completed online, a student is committed to summer housing. Students assigned to Stuart Complex for the summer will receive specific room number when they arrive at the Stuart Main Desk for move-in. If summer assignments and/or roommate changes occur, students will be updated by email. Campus email addresses found in Porches are used for all email correspondence.
Housing Before and After Summer Housing Contract Period
Students who have a need to be on campus between contracted periods in May and August, should contact the University department that is requesting them to be on campus during this time. University departments will need to complete a request for Extended Stay/Early Arrival on behalf of each of their students who need housing during non-contracted periods.
Departments will be notified of student’s approval status via email. If approved, daily housing fees will be charged to student or department accounts. Extensions in University housing are in no way guaranteed and Housing and Residence Life has no obligation to house students between contracted periods. If approved, students may be relocated to temporary housing prior to or after the summer housing contract period.
Please note for your planning: Spring semester housing contracts end and all University residential facilities will close to non-graduating students at 6 pm on Friday, May 3, 2013. Students with approved extensions who are moving directly from Spring housing to a summer facility will be required to move to that summer facility.
More details about Extended Stay/Early Arrival can be found here.
Random roommates will not be assigned to Stuart Complex double rooms, and single occupants of a double room will be charged a single room rate.
Random roommates will be assigned to 326 or 338 E Stewart Garden Apartments.