Summer Housing Information
For Summer 2021, our goal is to offer housing to all who absolutely need it. If you have another off-campus housing opportunity, we ask that you please pursue that opportunity. Summer housing applications are due by May 1st. Please apply for summer housing using this form.
Campus Living will work to house students who meet the following criteria:
-Students who are registered for in-person Summer classes
-Students affiliated with on-campus research programs
-Students unable to leave campus due to circumstances out of their control. This includes International students who are unable to return home
-Students facing Housing insecurity
-Students who are affiliated with approved LC programming
If you are participating in May New Student Trips through College Outdoors or an Athletic program, you do not need to fill out our summer housing form unless your plan is to stay for the entirety of the summer.
If living on campus for the summer is your only option, we are able to share the following about summer housing at this time:
The price of summer housing will be $185 per week.
On-campus services will be extremely limited over the summer; there will be no dining service, health service, PIO shuttle, or COVID-19 testing available.
COVID-19 guidelines for summer residence are still in the process of being determined as the college reviews changes in COVID-19 cases and vaccination rollout both locally and nationwide.
Details about the transition from academic year housing to summer housing assignments will be sent to students in May.
Why Live On-Campus in Summer?
- The campus is beautiful.
- You get to live in the campus apartments in 4- and 2-bedroom units; all eligibility rules are waived for the summer.
- Every summer resident gets a single room.
- Summer rent is 25% less than during the academic year.
- You can cook your meals
- You have a place to “hang-out” or take a nap between your classes