Summer housing will be available for UNC Charlotte students taking classes for both sessions. Housing will be available in Miltimore Hall and Greek Village.
If you are living on campus during session one, check-in will be in Miltimore Hall on May 18 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Checkout is on June 25 at noon.
The process of checking in and out of housing during the summer is identical to how it is done over the fall and spring semester.
If you are living on campus during session two classes, check-in will be on June 29 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and checkout will be on August 7 at 3 p.m.
The deadline for housing registration is May 1. There is a $50 housing deposit that comes with this for both of the sessions.
Students who are registered for the Fall 2014 semester and are currently enrolled this semester are eligible for summer housing. Incoming freshmen for the Fall 2014 school year are not eligible. Roommate requests and roommate assignments are also the same as living on campus during the fall and spring semesters. Every effort is made to honor a roommate request. However all roommates must submit a housing application at least three weeks prior to the check-in date.
The rates for summer housing vary among room size and location.
If you would like to have a meal plan for the summer it will only be in declining balance instead of meal swipes.
Late arrivals to check-in comes with some hefty consequences. If you are not checked in by 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 18 for Summer I session or Sunday, June 29 for Summer II session, your housing contract can be cancelled. If you are unable to arrive by this time, you must notify Housing and Residence Life in writing or via email.
May 1 is the last day to cancel your housing for the summer one session and by June 6 for the second summer session. You will be refunded the $50 if you cancel by this time.
Some students believe that summer housing is necessary for students.
“I think that it summer housing is absolutely necessary,” said Junior Mitchell Abdullah. “Since a lot of people aren’t from Charlotte and some are not even from the US, they would not have a place to stay if they were taking summer classes and were living in dorms, or had a ten month apartment lease that would end.”
Campus over the summer is convenient and the best option for some students that don’t have transportation to and from campus as well.
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