Who is Eligible for Summer Housing?
Summer housing is available in Good Counsel or St. Mary's Halls for students taking summer school classes, participating in the undergraduate SBI program, on-campus summer research programs or participating in an undergraduate academic internship.
Temporary housing accommodations may be available in double rooms in O’Dwyer Hall at a prorated housing rate for students who are attending summer school/SBI and their off-campus lease does not begin until June 1st. Students interested in this option must complete a Summer Housing Application and indicate the reason they are requesting temporary housing on the application form.
Rooms in Good Counsel Hall are double occupancy. Rooms in St. Mary's Hall are single occupancy. Both halls are air-conditioned. Students must provide their own linens, pillows, pillow cases, towels and blankets. A small desk lamp is also recommended.
The Summer Housing Application is available now via www.housing.villanova.edu. Non-Villanova students or students newly admitted to the University who do not have a Villanova Username and Password should contact the Office for Residence Life at email@example.com or 610-519-4155.
About a Roommate
Students can request a preferred roommate on their Housing Application. Requests will be accommodated based on mutual preference and housing availability.
Students who apply for summer housing will be able to view their housing assignments via www.housing.villanova.edu. Housing assignments will be available the week of May 11 for Summer Sessions I or III students who apply by May 2. Housing assignments for students attending Summer Session II will be available 1 week prior to the start of the Summer Session II.
How do I check-in and check-out of the halls for summer school?
Students assigned to Good Counsel and St. Mary's Halls for the summer should go directly to their assigned residence hall during the hours listed below. Students assigned to O’Dwyer Hall or who have not registered to reside on campus prior to the first day of summer session class, should go directly to the Office for Residence Life to pick-up their Room Packet and/or be assigned to housing.
|Tues, May 27, Noon-8 pm||Wed, June 25 by 4 pm
|Tues, June 26, Noon-5 pm||Tues, July 29 by 4 pm|
|Tues, May 27, Noon-8 pm||Tues, July 29 by 4 pm*
*Students enrolled in SBI must vacate their rooms by Noon on the day following their last day of scheduled classes.
Can I live in my fall housing assignment over the summer?
No, the University halls and apartments are utilized by Conference Services and are not available for student usage over the summer.
Can I move into my fall housing assignment at the conclusion of summer school?
Students who are not participating in a University sponsored activity during the month of August, prior to check-in will not be permitted to remain on campus after July 29.
At the close of Summer Session II or III, is there a place to store my belongings for the month of August?
Students who wish to place their belongings in Temporary Storage, free of charge, will need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Room and Board
Summer Session I $1,410
Summer Session II $1,410
Summer Session III $2,820