Summer School Housing will be available in Shanedling and Rutledge Halls with the earliest move in beginning Sunday, May 19, 2019 and latest move out ending on Friday, August 16, 2019*. Any students staying past August 2nd will be required to transition to their fall housing or a temporary assignment on August 7, 2019. Only single rooms  will be offered.  All bedrooms will be assigned to Summer School students at random by Summer Programs and Conference Services.  Assignments will be made according to gender.  We cannot guarantee specific apartment or room requests.

Summer school pricing is  $31.50 for a single bed room per night.  All Summer School Housing for WU students will be billed to students’ accounts.  You must provide a valid student ID number with your online housing registration in order to secure housing.

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Cancellations:  You may cancel your reservation by going to the Summer Programs and Conference Services website and completing a Summer Housing Reservation Cancellation Form. Failure to cancel your reservation 30 days prior to your scheduled check-in will result in a $200 fee.

If you currently live in Residential Life housing and you wish to stay on campus until Sunday, May 19, 2019, you MUST request through Res. Life.  Please note: In certain circumstances you may be required to move to a temporary transition room on the South Forty until Summer Housing is cleaned and ready.  Storage is not available on campus.  

*Any students staying past August 2nd will be required to transition to their fall housing on August 7, 2019. If your fall assignment is not available or you are living off campus for the fall semester, you will be placed in temporary housing.

MealsDining is available in the Danforth University Center on the Danforth Campus. Campus dining accepts cash, credit card or Meal Points, which can be purchased via your WebStac account. Bear Bucks may be added via your WebStac account.

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For questions, please contact Tiffanie Fleschert at tfleschert@wustl.edu.