CAMPUS HOUSING FOR SUMMER 2019
Summer Session housing is available for upper-division, matriculated UD students who are registered for a summer course. Not an upper-division UD student? Request summer housing by emailing us at email@example.com with an explanation of your circumstances.
If you are a new student participating in the 2019 Get Ahead program during the second summer session, sign up for Session B housing directly through the application in the My Housing portal.
Students who are doing an internship, attending a conference, or working for a UD department are not eligible to live in the residence halls with the summer school students. Instead, students should complete a separate application for housing through Conference Services. Contact Conference Services at 302-831-2886 for additional information.
Summer Session students living in the residence halls are required to purchase a dining plan.
You must pay for your summer housing and dining before the beginning of the summer session you plan to attend.
Summer Session housing will be in suite-style housing on Laird campus, which offers single suites and double suites. Room type and roommate requests are considered on a first-come, first-served basis, but cannot be guaranteed.
You can request housing for any of the sessions above, whichever fits with your course schedule.
If you need to check out prior to noon at the end of your session, please make an appointment in advance with your RA or RHC.
If you need on-campus housing between the end of the Second Summer Session and Fall Semester, AND you are in Summer Housing for Second Summer Session and have a Fall Semester assignment, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (302) 831-4663.
At the University of Delaware, there are various housing options to accommodate dietary, medical, and physical needs for students. We understand that there are circumstances where particular requests and accommodations need to be considered.
To accurately and equitably evaluate requests for housing based upon medical, psychological, or disability needs, you will submit documentation of your need, consisting of an evaluation by an appropriate professional that relates the current impact of your condition to your housing request.
Documentation received late may result in an assignment that does not match your needs. For complete details on housing requests involving needs, please refer to the Housing Accommodations webpage, or contact Residence Life & Housing at (302) 831-HOME (4663).