Contract for Summer 2014 Summer Housing
New students who have been admitted for the 2014 Summer Session and have accepted their offer of admission may sign a housing contract. After accepting your offer of admission, please allow up to two business days to gain access to the housing contract site. Current students living on or off campus may also sign a housing contract for the summer session.
Undergraduate students enrolled for the 2014 Summer Session will be housed at McCutcheon Hall. Harrison Hall will be used only after McCutcheon Hall is filled. All spaces will be air conditioned. McCutcheon Hall will have double rooms and double rooms converted to single rooms for the summer. Rates, per person, are as follows:
Summer Session Room Rates
|Room Type||Meal Plan||Rate|
13-meal plan (required)
$3,000 for the 2014 Summer Session
|Double Converted to Single||13-meal plan (required)||$3,600 for the 2014 Summer Session|
Important Note: Your room and meal plan charges will be pro-rated from the date of check-in through the date of check-out.
Summer Session Dates
|First 6-Week Module||May 19 - June 27, 2014|
|4-Week Module||May 19 - June 14, 2014|
|8-Week Module||June 16 - August 8, 2014|
|Second 6-Week Module||June 30 - August 8, 2014|
A required 13-meal plan will be included in the 2014 Summer Session Contract, and meals will begin on Monday, May 19, 2014. Meal swipes may be used in any of Purdue Dining & Catering's residential dining courts that are serving. In addition to 13 meals per week, students will also receive up to $300 Dining Dollars upon move-in that may be used to purchase extra meals for themselves or their accompanying guest in Purdue Dining & Catering residential and retail dining locations. The exact number of Dining Dollars will be pro-rated based on the number of days for which you contract. This allocation will be available the first day of your contract along with your dining court meals. Unused meal swipes will expire each week on Sunday night. Unused Summer Dining Dollars will expire at the end of the summer housing contract and will not carry over to the fall semester.
After accepting your offer of admission, wait up to two business days to gain access to the housing contract.
Current Purdue University Students
Current Purdue University students who will be attending summer school may contract for summer housing.
Once you contract for summer housing, you will be expected to fulfill all the obligations of the contract if you are enrolled at the West Lafayette campus for any of the summer sessions or are a student enrolled at another University who is affiliated with a department at Purdue University during the summer.
Year-Round Contract(available to current Purdue University students only)
If you’re interested in a year round accommodation in the same room beginning this summer through May 2015 and receive a reduced rate for the 2014 Summer Session, you have the option of signing a year-round contract addendum.For more information including contract details, contact Smalley Center between the hours of 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, at (765) 494-1000 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who contract for summer housing may move in any time after 9:00 a.m. on the Sunday before their summer session begins.
Move-Out DateYou must vacate your summer session room assignment on or before:
|Session||Move Out Dates|
|First 6-Week Module||12:00 noon, Saturday June 28, 2014|
|4-Week Module||12:00 noon, Sunday June 15, 2014|
|8-Week Module||12:00 noon, Monday August 11, 2014|
|Second 6-Week Module||12:00 noon, Monday August 11, 2014|
If you have a 2014-2015 University Residences contract, early move-in to your fall assignment may be available for an additional fee.
Rooms in McCutcheon Hall are study/sleeping rooms, not small apartments. Small electrical appliances such as coffee pots, popcorn poppers, refrigerators, and microwaves are permitted in student rooms.
Student contracts will be for available space at McCutcheon Hall or Harrison Hall. Notification of specific room assignment will be made when you check-in at your assigned residence. All assignments will be made on a first-come, first-served basis – space permitting.
While we try to accommodate roommate requests, we cannot assure these requests will be met.
The guest plan approved for the 2013-2014 Academic Year, which complies with the guidelines established by the Purdue University Board of Trustees, will be in effect during the summer session.
The guest hours policy allows 24-hour visitation, seven days a week. At the time the summer contract is submitted, each student will have the option to elect to live in a room where no guest visitation privileges will be permitted (no guests of the opposite gender, including parents/guardians and other family members, allowed at any time).
As a reminder, all University Residences facilities are designated as smoke free.It is with pleasure that we anticipate being of service to you during your summer stay.