SUMMER RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM
The summer residential program is available to Grinnell College research/MAP students, full time summer (College sponsored) interns, and (student) College employees who work a minimum of 30 hours per week. Rental cost is $70 per week (full week payments/contracts only; partial week refunds will not be issued).
FULL TERM: 12 noon, May 26 through 12 noon, August 3 (10 weeks)
PARTIAL TERM: Minimum of 4 weeks required and subject to availability. Students in need of partial term residency (less than 10 weeks) must clearly indicate dates housing is needed on the Summer Housing Contract. (Partial term housing is on a 'space available' basis. Priority is given to full term requests.)
The summer residence program is NOT available to individuals who are not Grinnell College students, students who have graduated, or former students who are no longer enrolled at Grinnell College.
HOUSES and ASSIGNMENTS: Campus houses are not handicap accessible; most are not air conditioned. Students with accessibility needs or a medical condition who require a residential accommodation must have documentation on file with the Residence Life & Orientation Department. The type of accommodation required must be clearly indicated on the Summer Residential Contract. Students in need of a medical accommodation will be assigned a house/room based on the accommodation required.
Students are assigned a single room whenever possible. Depending on interest, there may not be enough single rooms for everyone, therefore students are asked to indicate their roommate preference. If space / room are needed, students will be paired with a roommate. Students may indicate their house, housemate, and roommate preferences on the Summer Residential Contract. Specific house and room requests are not guaranteed; placements are dependent on need and availability.
The following campus houses may be used for the Summer '13 term (subject to availability):
1019 Park St. (11 occupancy -- 3 singles, 4 doubles)
1023 Park St. (8 occupancy -- 2 singles, 3 doubles)
1128 East St. (12 spaces -- 4 doubles, 4 singles)
1130 East St. (10 spaces -- 4 singles, 3 doubles)
1217 Park St. (8 occupancy -- 4 singles, 2 doubles)
1221 Park St. (8 occupancy -- 2 singles, 3 doubles)
1227 Park St. (9 occupancy -- 3 singles, 3 doubles)
1316 Park St. (12 occupnayc -- 4 singles, 4 doubles)
INTERIM RESIDENCY: Interim residency is available to a small number of students who are unable to leave campus before and/or after the summer term. Special approval for early and/or late summer interim residency must be received from the Residence Life & Orientation Department. Students must indicate their need for interim residency on the Summer Residential Contract; contract and payment must be submitted by the due date in order to be considered for interim residency. Students may be placed in a transitional room during their interim stay. Students not enrolled in the Summer Residential Program (either part or full term) are not eligible for interim residency and may not remain on campus beyond check out for an extended stay.
EARLY INTERIM RESIDENCY: 5 p.m. Monday, May 20 through 12 noon Sunday, May 26. Early Interim Housing is ONLY available to students living on campus during the summer, and whose summer housing term begins Sunday, May 26. The charge for EARLY interim residency is included in the total rental amount.
LATE INTERIM RESIDENCY: 12 noon Saturday, August 3 through 8 a.m. Tuesday, August 27 and is ONLY available to students living on campus during the summer and whose summer housing term extends until/ends Saturday, August 3. LATE interim residency charges are NOT included in the total rental amount and must be paid separately.
COST: $70 per week.
SIGN UP: A Summer Residency Information Sheet and Contract will be sent to students via email or are available from the Residence Life & Orientation Department. To reserve a space for summer residency, the Summer Residencial Contract and $70 deposit payment must be submitted by NOON on FRIDAY, MAY 10 to the Residence Life & Orientation Department (3rd floor/JRC). Payment may be made by cash or check with the Residence Life & Orientation Department. Credit card payments are accepted by the Cashier's Office only (1st floor/JCC). The $70 deposit payment is applied to total rental charges. The remainder of rent is automatically deducted from student's payroll checks or stipend. Students who request summer residency after the May 10 deadline are on a 'space available' basis. Requests made after the deadline are not guaranteed.
ROOM KEYS & P-CARDS: Students will be notified of their summer assignment via email on or before Friday, May 17. Room keys will be available from the Campus Security Office (1432 East St. / corner of East St. and 10th Ave.) beginning at 12 noon on Sunday, May 26. The Campus Security Office is open 24/7. Students staying on campus for early interim housing must vacate their residence hall room by 6 p.m. Monday (May 27). P-cards will be activated for the house students are assigned. A $50 key deposit will be charged to the student's College account. Deposits are refunded when the key is returned at check out. Any damage or excessive cleaning charges incurred during the summer term will be billed directly to the student's College account.
LAUNDRY & STORAGE: Students living in summer residency may use laundry facilities located in the residence halls; pcards will be activated for those halls as well. Short-term storage is also available and accessible throughout the summer. Laundry facility and storage details will be sent to students via email after contracts are received and assignments are final.
CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT: A Room Inventory Report will be completed for each room. Students should thoroughly review the Inventory Sheet following check in. At the end of the summer residency term, students must schedule a time to check out of their room with the Residence Life & Orientation Department or forfeit the right to appeal damage/excessive clean up charges. Room keys MUST be returned at check out or taken to Campus Security before leaving campus. Students who do not return their key will not receive credit for the $50 key deposit.