Check-in for Summer Housing will be consistently held 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. on the Sunday before the first day of classes (Monday). Since we want to be fully prepared for your arrival, our staff asks that residents plan their campus arrival to meet these check-in expectations. An assignment confirmation and move-in instructions will be e-mailed, via your Longwood address, prior to your campus arrival. Other questions can be directed to email@example.com.
Three Residential and Commuter Life staff will serve as resources to the Stubbs Hall community during summer school. They will be responsible for the administration of the residence hall and the interpretation of University expectations of residents.
Please note that summer school housing does not begin until Sunday, May 21, 2017. Campus accommodations are not available for the period between the closing of the spring semester and May 21, nor is it available between August 5, 2017 and the opening of school for the fall semester. Storage is not available during these periods of time.
Residents may park in the Cox Lot, which located directly behind Cox Hall, located off Griffin Blvd. This parking lot will be shared by residential and commuter students during the summer months.
If an enrolled student had a valid decal in Spring 2017, it covers the summer sessions. Decals will only be needed for purchase by students not having an existing valid decal. However a summer school pass, regardless of class session length, is $50.00.
Stubbs Hall is the only Longwood-managed accommodation offered during the 2017 Summer School period.
Assignments are processed in the order of request and will be honored as space permits.
Stubbs Hall rooms are furnished (XL-twin size beds), air-conditioned, smoke-free, double occupancy and suite style adjoining bathrooms. Utilities, high-speed
Stubbs Hall rooms are furnished (XL-twin size beds), air-conditioned, smoke-free, double occupancy and suite style adjoining bathrooms. Utilities, high-speed internet, and Cable TV are included.
$28.86 is the daily housing cost per person.
This equals a cost of $202 per week for summer housing.
All students that register for summer housing are required to register for the summer meal plan. The summer meal plan will cost $16.15 per day. This equals a cost of $113 per week. Therefore any student that registers for summer housing will be charged a rate of $45 per day for both the housing and meal plan. This would equal a charge of $315 per week.
During the summer session, there are 2 summer meal plans offered.
Once chosen, a meal plan may not be changed.
2017 Summer School Housing Application cancellations must be submitted in writing, three (3) business days before the recognized first day of classes.
Access the Summer Housing Application through the Student Housing Gateway. Please use Internet Explorer (IE) or Firefox web browsers and enable pop-ups to access the form.
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (434) 395-2080.