Graduate/Law Summer Housing
Campus housing is available on the undergraduate campus of Lewis & Clark College for single students who are registered for a summer class or workshop at the Graduate School of Education and Counseling or Northwestern School of Law. The College does not have accommodations suitable for couples, families, or students under 18 years of age. Rooms must be reserved in advance by completing a Summer Housing Reservation Form.
Suite style residence hall rooms in which two adjoining double occupancy rooms share a bath are available for a two-night minimum beginning Sunday, May 26 through Friday, August 9, 2019. Even though the rooms are double occupancy, they are rented as single occupancy during the summer months.
Students must provide their own bed linen (extra-long twin), towels, mattress pad, blankets, pillow, clothes hangers, study lamp and fan. Cellular coverage on campus has improved with the installation of a cell tower on campus, however there are still some locations around campus where coverage is spotty. There is Ethernet connection for internet access in each student room and wireless service throughout the campus. Detailed information about required system software is available from Information Technology at 503-768-7225 or e-mail email@example.com.
Summer residents may receive and send mail from the campus Mail Room, open Monday through Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm. The College Bookstore is open for textbooks and sundry items, Monday through Thursday, 9:00am – 4:00pm and Friday 9:00am – 2:00pm.
Suite Style Accommodation
Furnished single occupancy room (extra long twin bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, closet) and shared bathroom accommodation (tub/shower combo, toilet and two sinks) with one graduate student of the same gender. $26/night, no linen provided, two-night minimum. Students staying two weeks or more will be billed at a discounted weekly rate of $175 per week. A completed reservation form and deposit must be received ten working days prior to the date of arrival.
Building amenities include: shared kitchen (w/stove, oven, refrigerator, microwave, sink but no cookware), FREE laundry facilities, lounge or “living room” with television and basic cable, wireless network and outdoor bike parking. Kitchens are not stocked with cooking utensils, plates or flatware and residents are responsible for the upkeep of kitchens. Housekeeping services are provided on a daily basis for other common areas. Residents are responsible for the upkeep of their private room.
For summer accommodation, advance reservations and a $40 deposit are required. You may request a Housing Reservation Form by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or you may download it from HERE. Reservations must be received at least 10 working days prior to arrival and are subject to availability.
When completing a reservation form, please be careful to provide your arrival date and time as well as your expected date of departure. Since we have limited availability, assignments will be based on the information provided on your reservation form. It is not always possible to make adjustments in assignment dates. Any request to extend your stay must be submitted to the Campus Living Office in writing at least 2 business days prior to your originally scheduled departure date. Payment in full must be received in the Office of Student & Departmental Accounts no later than the first date of the session for which you are enrolled. If you are auditing a course, full payment is required prior to your arrival on campus.
Individual meals may be purchased on a cash basis in the summer dining facility or the cash-and-carry cafeteria on the undergraduate campus and at the law school. Items are sold on a cash only basis in a la carte format.
When you arrive, enter campus at Visitor Information, stopping at the Office of Campus Safety, prior to 11pm, to get your housing assignment, a campus identification card that will allow you access to the exterior doors of your assigned residence hall and a room key. Payment must be paid in full in the Student & Departmental Accounts Office prior to your scheduled departure. If you are auditing a course, full payment is required prior to your scheduled arrival on campus.