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Summer Housing

Summer housing is a convenient, affordable option for students taking classes or working on campus. Students who are enrolled in summer courses, involved in full time research on campus; completing an internship or employed as a summer student worker may request to stay on campus for the summer. Summer undergraduate residents will be housed in Moore Hall and SAGE residents will be housed in Curtis Hall. All rooms are air conditioned. RAs will be available on the floor in Moore for the undergraduate students to answer questions and provide support.

How do I request summer housing?

If you plan to live on campus this summer, please complete the Summer Housing
Request form, available on the Student Affairs tab in the Residence Life folder on
MyCedarCrest. Students will be placed in summer housing on a first come, first
served basis.

How much does housing cost?

 The weekly housing rates for Summer 2024 are as follows: 

  • Double: $140
  • Medical Single: $140
  • Single: $150
  • Deluxe Single: $180

*Traditional students who are conducting research approved by an academic
department; completing a minimum 120 hour summer internship; or taking six or more
credits per summer session qualify for a free double room.

Will I have to share a room?

This will depend on the number of students planning to live on campus over the summer. The majority of summer students will most likely have to share a room.

Can I stay in my room between summer sessions?

Yes, you can stay in your summer room between Summer Session I & II if you are in housing for both sessions

Is there housing during May Term?

Yes.  Regular summer housing costs apply as listed above.

Can I leave my belongings in my current room until Summer Session I begins?

Yes. You may remain in your current Spring semester room until the Summer Session I move-over date.

Will the dining hall be open over the summer?

No. The dining hall is only open during the regular academic year for meal plans. During the summer there are no meal plans. The Falcon’s Nest will be open for limited hours during the summer. Food Services staff can answer any further questions.

Will I be able to have visitors during the summer?

Yes. All regular visitation rules apply. Student may have overnight guests Monday through Sunday. Please note that overnight hours are considered anytime between 12:00 midnight and 8:00 a.m. If you have questions about the visitation policy, please contact your RA or building supervisor.

All other questions about Summer Housing should be directed to Residence Life, at Reslife@cedarcrest.edu.