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2014 Maymester & Summer Housing Information

Policy Statement:
Engaged learning opportunities are important for students throughout the academic year as well as the summer months.  Students engaged in academic activities (e.g., on-campus research, Maymester programs, campus-sponsored intensive service projects, internships) that necessitate overnight housing during the summer may apply for on-campus housing.  Summer on-campus housing is limited to the duration of the academic activity, during the approved summer housing dates, and is provided on a space-available basis subject to the endorsement of Academic Affairs and approval of the Office of Residence Life.

Maymester and Summer Housing Availability Information for 2014:

  •  Maymester housing will be available only for the dates of the Maymester course.
  • Summer housing will be available during Summer Session I and Summer Session II only
    (May 26, 2014- August 8, 2014).
  • Early arrival to campus before the start of the fall semester is not permitted.

Procedures and rates for 2014:
Requests for on-campus housing at the 2014 Providence College student rate ($20 per day or $100 per week*) will be accepted from students from the following groups:

a)    PC students conducting research projects with a faculty mentor as endorsed by Dr. Kris Monahan, Director of Sponsored Research & Programs in the Office of Academic Affairs.

b)    PC students doing an internship as endorsed by Ms. Laura Pellecchia, Associate Director for Internships in Career Education.

c)     PC students doing intensive campus-sponsored service projects as endorsed by Ms. Meghan Griffiths, Assistant Director for Campus Community Partnerships in the Feinstein Institute or Ms. Sarah Attwood, Campus Minister in Campus Ministry.

 *The 2014 rate for Maymester students is $25 per day.

Important items related to summer housing:

            Housing Availability:

  • Maymester housing assignments may require some students to transition from academic year housing assignments to a new assignment some time during the Maymester course.  Assignments are made at the sole discretion of the Office of Residence Life.
  • Summer housing assignments will be made in available apartment locations at the sole discretion of the Office of Residence Life.

Other Details:

  • All housing is based on double occupancy. 

  • Meal plans, off-campus phone service and Student Health will not be offered during the summer housing period. Computer network access and cable television will be available.

  • Visitation ends at midnight (12:00 am) each night.

  • No overnight guests or parties allowed during Maymester or the summer housing period.

  • All vehicles are to be parked in the Raymond Lot and parking passes must be secured through the Office of Safety and Security.

  • During all breaks/vacations, the Office of Residence Life and the Physical Plant reserve the right to enter any student room/apartment for safety and maintenance reasons. Providence College does not assume liability for loss or damage to the personal property of a student whether the College is in session or on holiday.

  • All policies and procedures as stated in the Providence College Student Handbook apply to all campus residents and students during the Maymester and summer housing period. Students who do not follow established procedures may be removed from campus for the remainder of the period.

 Payments:

  • All charges for Maymester or summer housing will be allocated directly to the student’s Banner account.
  • Payment must be made in full prior to the beginning of Maymester or prior to moving onto campus for summer housing.  Other payment arrangements must be discussed with Student Accounts in Harkins Hall 400.                                                 
How to Apply for Summer Housing:
Click on the link below and complete and return the form to The Office of Academic Affairs (Harkins 208) by April 25th.  Please obtain endorsement signature from one of the individuals listed above before turning in form.
 
 
 

If you are applying for summer housing due to enrollment in:

  • Campus Employment (Approved by Financial Aid)
  • Enrollment in a Providence College summer course (Approved by Enrollment Services)
  • International Students with Travel Restrictions (Approved by International Studies)

How to Apply for Summer Housing:

All applications must be submitted by logging into Residence and submitting the Summer Housing Application:

• Forgot your password? Click the “forgot password link” and clear your web browser’s cache.
• Click on the Summer Housing Application, complete the information, and submit the form.
• All requests must be received by Friday, May 2, 2014.
 

2014 Summer Housing Costs for Campus Employment, Enrollment in a summer course, and International Students

  • The cost of summer housing is: $40.00 per day/$200.00 per week.
  • All charges for summer housing will be allocated directly to your Banner account.
  • Payment must be made in full prior to moving on campus for the summer semester.
  • Payment arrangements must be discussed with Student Accounts in Harkins Hall rm. 400.
Additional important items to be aware of:

During all breaks/vacations, the Office of Residence Life and the Physical Plant reserve the right to enter any student room/apartment for safety and maintenance reasons. Students are reminded that Providence College does not assume liability for loss or damage to the personal property of a student whether the College is in session or on holiday.

Visitation ends at 12 midnight each night during the summer and there are no overnight guests or parties allowed during the summer. All students are advised that if they do not follow the procedures established for this period they could be removed from campus for the remainder of the period. All policies and procedures as stated in the Providence College Student Handbook apply to all campus residents and students during the summer housing period.

Raymond Cafeteria is closed during summer months; however, Alumni Cafeteria is open on a limited basis. You may contact them at http://providencecollegedining.com or 401-865-2213 to inquire about operating hours.
 
If you have any further questions, please contact the Office of Residence Life at (401)865-2392.
 
 
Wishing you all a safe and enjoyable summer!
The Office of Residence Life

 

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