Apartments in Campus View Apartments at Penn College are available in the summer for students who are taking summer classes or who are enrolled in an official internship through the College.
Housing rate includes:
- two-bedroom, four-person apartments (2 students per bedroom)
- all utilities (including air conditioning)
- cable television service (television not included)
- kitchen with a stove,refrigerator and microwave
- fully furnished apartments
- lots of storage space
- wireless and wired Internet access
- laundry (use of machines included in the cost of housing)
Summer 2019 Costs:
|Minimester *||May 13-31||$360|
|May Five Week||May 19 - June 21||$600|
|June Seven Week||June 23 - August 9||$840|
|June Eight Week||June 16 - August 9||$960|
|Full Summer||May 19 - August 9||$1,440|
|Ford ASSET/Honda PACT||May 19 - June 28||$720|
|Mopar CAP||May 19 - June 21||$720|
*Housing for the Minimester is only available to current (Spring 2019) residents.
To complete a summer housing application, visit Residence Life in Dauphin Hall 1039, with your summer class schedule. Then, submit your application through the Student Information System (SIS).
Students may only stay on campus during periods in which they are scheduled for classes. Spring and Fall 2019 on-campus residents will not be permitted to stay or store belongings during the summer. Summer housing is not available prior to May 19 at 1 p.m. (except for Spring 2019 residents enrolled in the Minimester) or after 10 a.m. on August 9, 2019. Students who are enrolled in internships that go beyond this date must find alternative housing arrangements. As summer terms are short, it is recommended that students bring only what they need for the summer.
Apartment and roommate assignments for the summer term are completed a few days prior to the move in date. Roommate information for the summer terms cannot be viewed on the Student Information System. As students move in and out of summer housing at various times during the summer, it is possible that residents may have roommate changes during their stay.