(May 13- June 1)
Sunday, May 12 (9am-4pm)
Monday, May 13 (10am-4pm)
Saturday, June 1 (by 6pm)
(June 2- July 3)
Sunday, June 2 (10am-4pm)
Monday, June 3 (10am-4pm)
Thursday, July 3 (by 6pm)
(July 7- August 7)
Sunday, July 7 (10am-4pm)
Monday, July 8 (10am-4pm)
Wednesday, August 7 (by 7pm)
If I live in the hall in the spring and am staying for the summer Pre-session, can I stay in the hall?
Yes, if you live on campus in spring semester, you can stay in your spring semester room for an additional night after the residence halls officially close. You will then move to the summer school hall the next morning.
What if I am taking two summer sessions?
Students who will be staying in the hall for two consecutive summer sessions are NOT required to vacate between sessions.
If I am staying in the hall for summer Session 2 and plan to live on campus for the fall semester, do I have to move-out?
Yes, you must move out of the summer school dorm at the end of the 2nd summer session before moving into your fall assignment. You can move into Colonia de la Paz if you have signed up for the 12-month housing option.
What are the rent rates?
Rent rates for each session are per person based on double occupancy.
- Pre-session - $440
- Session 1 - $710
- Session 2 - $710
Are single occupancy rooms available?
We may have single occupancy rooms available but cannot guarantee availability in advance. Rent for single occupancy is an additional 50% of the double occupancy rent ($660 for Pre-Session and $1,065 for each of the five-week sessions, based on last year’s rate).
When is rent due?
We charge rent for each summer session to your University account. Payment is due by the first day of class for the applicable summer session. Please go to UAccess Student Center to make payments.
When do I get my room assignment?
We don’t assign summer school rooms in advance, so you will get your room assignment when you arrive on campus for summer school.
When do I get my roommate assignment?
You will also get your roommate assignment when you arrive to move in. If you want to request a roommate, both you and your requested roommate must submit requests for each other (i.e. only mutual requests will be considered). It is also very helpful if you arrive together to move in.
What if I need special accommodations?
We are committed to ensuring that, to the greatest extent possible, our facilities, programs and services are available to all students. All accommodation requests based on a disability or a medical condition must be submitted to the University's Disability Resource Center (DRC), not to Residence Life. After submitting your housing application to Residence life, please contact the DRC at email@example.com or (520) 621-3268 (voice/TTY).