On the Sunday following commencement, all students are required to leave the residence halls and either vacate the campus or move into the designated summer housing residence hall. Housing during the summer is available for a limited number of current students or recent graduates and is available by application only. With the exception of those completing their student teaching requirement, all summer residents are charged a weekly rate.
Summer 2023 Details
Dates: May 14-Aug. 18 (14 weeks)
Cost: $100/week (undergraduate/recent graduate), $125/week (graduate students)
Location: Nyland Hall
When does summer housing open?
Sunday, May 14 at 4 p.m. Moving and check-in instructions will be communicated to all registrants.
How does payment work?
The weekly charge of $100 is due the Wednesday prior to the week for which one is paying (e.g. Payment for May 21-27 is due May 17). Payments can be made by visiting my.gordon > CASHNet > Make a Payment > Summer Housing. Your CASHNet balance will not reflect the amount due for summer break housing. The minimum charge for a stay is $100. Staying three or more nights during a week incurs the charge for that week. Summer housing residents can stay up to two nights of a week adjacent to their paid stay without incurring an additional charge. Residents failing to pay will be subject to late fees, eviction, or both.
Does the weekly cost include a meal plan?
No. Meals will be available for purchase using cash or credit/debit card at The Bistro, open 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Can I stay for only part of the summer?
Yes. There will be an option on the application to indicate the weeks you plan to stay, and changes can be made by emailing Housing (the first change after the application deadline is free, a $25 administrative fee will apply to each subsequent change).
In order to have the charge for a week removed, residents must remove all belongings from the room and have an RA verify that they have done so.