SUMMER HOUSING 2013
Summer housing is available to students who are either registered for summer courses or in need of transition housing.
To live in summer housing students must be:
- Register for at least one course during the term in which summer housing is being requested or is a current residential student moving from one building to another
- Complete a Summer Housing Contract Acceptance Form
- Submit the Contract Acceptance Form to the Office of University Housing before the check-in date of the requested term
SUMMER TERM ROOM RATE CHECK-IN DATE CHECK-OUT DATE May Term (3 weeks) Single $480 Sunday, May 12 Saturday, June 1 Double $420 Summer Term I (4 wks) Single $640 Sunday, June 2 Saturday, June 29 Double $560 Summer Term II (5 wks) Single $800 Sunday, July 7 Saturday, August 10 Double $700 Extended Summer (12 wks) Single $1,920 Sunday, May 12 Saturday, August 10 Double $1,680 Transition Housing Single $160/week Double $140/week
Return the completed Summer Housing Contract in person or mail to:
Christopher Newport University
Office of University Housing
1 Avenue of the Arts
Newport News, VA 23606
For assistance, contact the Office of University Housing at (757) 594-7756.
Summer 2013 Meal Plan Rates
Summer Meal Plans are only available from May 12, 2013 until June 29, 2013. Dining Services are only provided Monday-Friday for lunch and dinner in Regattas.
|May Term (3 weeks)||10 Meal Plan||$180|
|Summer Term I (4 wks)||10 Meal Plan||$240|
|Summer Term II||NOT AVAILABLE||NOT AVAILABLE|
|Transition Housing||10 Meal Plan||$60 (per week)|
Effective with the fall 2010 freshman class, first, second, and third year students are required to live on-campus unless they live with a parent or legal guardian in one of the following exempted areas: Grafton, Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, Seaford, or Yorktown.
Students requesting to be exempt from the University's residency requirement and live off-campus, must complete the Request for Exemption from University Residency Requirement form and submit it to the Dean of Students Office for approval. Supporting documentation must accompany the exemption form in order for the request to be considered for review.
Students may request an exemption for the following reasons:
Age - student will be 23 years of age prior to September 1.
Live at Home - Students will live with parent/guardian within one of the exempted areas noted above.
Marriage - Student marries prior to or during the contract period.
Part-time Student Status - Student is registered and maintains less than 12 credit hours for the semester.
Financial Reasons - Student has exhausted all of their financial resources and has experienced a significant change in financial resources. In addition, the student must have a relative in one of the exempted areas noted above that they can live with. All of these criteria must be met in order to be considered for the exemption.
Medical Reasons - Student must provided letter from medical professional disclosing specific medical issue(s) affecting residential living.
Other - Student must provide detailed letter explaining the reason(s) for exemption.
This policy does not apply to Transfer Students. For more information, refer to Transfer Student