Summer School Housing
Please read all the information below concerning summer housing before applying for summer school housing. Please also read the Summer 2020 Housing Contract in full before applying for summer school housing.
Please note: This is a legally binding document.
Summer housing eligibility
In consideration of COVID-19, we will not be requiring students to be enrolled in summer courses to live on campus. However, we will have limited housing available in consideration of practicing social distancing and continuing to maintain a healthy community.
In order for students to be considered for summer housing they must apply and then SHaRE will consider the following criteria for approval based on availability:
- Can no longer travel home
- Financial and housing insecurity
- Medical or SDS needs
- International: Change in immigration, travel or visa restrictions, home country is becomes designated at a CDC Level 2 or 3
- Academic or Other University-Approved Necessity: All in person requirements will be confirmed by the corresponding faculty/staff
Frequently asked questions:
Can I stay in summer school housing if I am not a USF student? No
Can I stay in summer school housing if I am a student at USF but not taking any summer classes? Yes, in consideration of the major COVID-19 changes we are looking at situations case by case. All information will be verified with appropriate departments.
When is summer housing available?
On campus summer housing is available from May 17, 2020 at 5 p.m. until August 8, 2020 at 12 p.m (this date is subject to change due to the COIVD-19 situation). Summer housing assignments will be released to students on May 8, 2020. Housing will be exclusively located in one of our designated co-ed residence halls. View the summer housing session move in and move out dates here.
Where is summer housing on campus?
Summer school housing will be in Toler Residence Hall for Summer 2020. Students of all classifications and programs will be housed in this traditional style co-ed residence hall, and assigned to single rooms.
Loyola Village will also be a summer housing option available that offers apartment style living. Current spring residents can apply to continue to live in the same LV room for the summer and any off-campus students that apply and meet the criteria (including they are 21+). LV residents will be assigned to single rooms (some LV units have up to 3 bedrooms so students may have roommates within the unit but not within the same room).
Those who are approved to live in LV are required to have a meal plan for $23/day. If students would prefer to live in Toler to have closer access to the dining facility that will be permitted if space is available.
How much does summer housing cost?
For Summer 2020 USF charges room and board on a daily pro rate in the summer. Students are charged based on the days they are booked and approved to live on campus.
Summer 2020 Rates:
This summer all students will be booked in a single room, but at the double room rate of $39/day.
Meal Plan: $23/day (including LV residents)
Do I have to have a meal plan? (The answer is yes!)
You will be required to pay for both a room and a meal plan during summer housing. Meal plans may be reduced for students with medical conditions approved by Student Disability Services. Dietary restrictions are processed through our Campus Dining Managers at firstname.lastname@example.org. SHaRE does not approve or deny meal plan appeals.
How do I apply for summer housing?
The application for summer 2020 housing will open on April 21, 2020 after 5pm. Apply for summer housing Here!
When you fill out a housing application you also sign a contract! Read those terms! If you have additional questions feel free to email email@example.com.
What if I want to CANCEL my summer application?
There are no cancellation fees for summer housing. Simply cancel your online housing application to complete this process. You will be required to vacate your room within 3 days of cancellation.
You will also be required to vacate your room within 3 days if you are no longer enrolled in summer courses.