Thank you for your interest in summer housing. Students can be housed ONLY for sessions in which they are enrolled in an Emory summer program or classes. If you are in Atlanta for a summer internship or some other academically related
pursuit, please refer to our Summer Intern Housing website.
INTERIM HOUSING | ACCESSIBILITY CONSIDERATION | GENERAL INFORMATION | RATES | APPLYING FOR HOUSING | HOUSING AGREEMENT (pdf) | ASSIGNMENTS | QUESTIONS
As a member of the Emory University summer community, you have certain rights
and responsibilities. As a resident, you have the right to pursue studies
in a pleasant environment. Each community must establish certain rules and
standards to ensure the best possible living conditions for its residents.
As a student living on the Clairmont Campus for the summer, you have the
responsibility to adhere to all federal, state, and local laws, as well as
to the University and housing regulations and policies.
Guidelines have been established to promote the development of an environment
that is suitable for the education and comfort of everyone involved. When these
laws or policies are violated, the university is obligated to take action as
part of the learning experience, teaching the individuals to be responsible
for their actions. Any violation of community standards is a violation of your
Students who violate university policies or the rights of others in the community
are expected to accept responsibility for their actions and will be subject
to the University Conduct Code and may be asked to vacate university housing
for the summer.
Students may request interim housing for the dates in-between Spring and Summer and in-between Summer and Fall, depending on the program. There will be a flat rate charged for each of the interim housing time periods. Those who request interim housing must be able to move on the designated move dates. Interim housing is only available to those who have and will maintain a summer housing assignment.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request interim housing. Your request must be received by April 15 to receive full consideration. Requests received
after that date may not be approved. You must be able to move in on the date
indicated. You may be asked to move before or after that date depending upon room availability.
Several rooms have been designed specifically for the accessibility needs of
students with physical challenges. If you have a physical impairment that
may require a special assignment or accommodation, please contact and register with the Office of Access, Disability Services, and Resources (ADSR) at 404-727-6016. Approved registered students will receive an assignment based on the accommodation
needs recommended by ADSR pending room type availability. Please refer to the Additional Housing Options page for more information.
If you are new to campus, contact the Emory Post Office when you arrive on
the campus to arrange for a post office box. No mail is delivered directly
to the residence hall. The post office is located in Dobbs University Center,
or you may call the post office at 404.727.6172.
Students in summer housing must contact Parking Services to arrange parking
in the housing decks at 404.727.PARK(7275). Shuttle service to campus is
provided from Clairmont Campus.
Items to bring:
When deciding what to bring, keep in mind a few items:
• alarm clock
• sheets/bedspread (full-size bed in URC/CRC; extra-long twin in Clairmont Tower, main campus housing)
• kitchen supplies: pots, pans, dishes, cups, cooking utensils, silverware; cleaning
supplies (dish washing liquid, dishtowel, paper towels, etc.)
Please be advised that no one will be able to store any belongings during the
breaks between the spring semester and summer sessions or between summer
session and fall semester. You may however, leave belongings in your assigned
room between both summer sessions provided you are assigned to the same space both summer sessions. You
may request interim housing if you need to stay between semester. Please
see “Interim Housing” for more details.
Your first step to securing summer housing is to complete the on-line housing
application on the MyHousing page. Log on and click on "Apply On-line" and you should see and select the application type appropriate for your program.
Complete the application form with the requested information. When you have completed
the form, click the submit button at the bottom of the screen.
After you submit the application, you will be routed to your MyHousing page
which will summarize the information you have provided. On MyHousing, you are
able to make changes to the application information you provided, designate
a roommate, view your room assignment and request a room change. You may return
to the MyHousing site as often as you wish and make changes to your application
Assignments are based on the date of application and preferences listed. We will make
every attempt to honor roommate preferences; remember that all roommate requests
must be mutual, and we must have your request in writing. Roommates must also be enrolled and assigned for the same sessions/programs. Please note that summer housing is not guaranteed.
Please contact the following offices or persons with your concerns or questions:
Office of Residence Life and Housing | 404.727.7631
College Office for Summer Students | 404.727.0671
Summer Business Institute | 404.727.0804
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