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Residential Calendar 2014-2015
Residence halls open in late August/early September for the fall semester and remain open through fall break and Thanksgiving break. Halls close at the conclusion of fall semester final exams for the winter break. Students who will be returning in the spring may leave their belongings in their rooms. Students who are not returning should remove all of their belongings the day they leave so the rooms may be prepared for new students.
All residence halls are closed during the winter break with the exceptions of Academic Year-Round Housing. Students may apply for Winter Break Housing if they have a College-affiliated reason to remain on campus for the break. Approved students will be housed in the Plex and Academic Year Round Housing beginning the first week of January. Applications for winter break housing are emailed to all residential students during the first week of December. There is an additional charge for housing and meals during this period.
Houses reopen in January just prior to the first day of classes. During the spring semester houses close for the two-week spring break. Similar to the winter recess, only Academic Year Round Housing remains open and there is a limited amount of housing available for approved students in the Plex and Academic Year Round Housing. Applications are available by email two weeks prior to the break and there is an additional charge for housing and meals during that time.
Spring Break Housing Application for General Students Due March 3, 2014
Spring Break Housing Application for Athletes Due March 3, 2014
The residence halls are used for conferences during the summer. Two houses are used to house summer residents. Summer residents are only students who are working on campus, taking summer courses, completing internships, or working with faculty members on research. Summer residents who stay for the entire summer move into transitional housing for approximately two weeks to allow Physical Plant the opportunity to prepare the houses. Summer residents are charged for room and meals. Applications are available in May. Students graduating in May are not eligible for summer housing, however they can contact the events office to determine if they are eligible for housing through conferences.
Summer Housing Application for students Due May 8, 2014
Summer Housing Faculty/Staff Approval Form Due May 13, 2014