Room Information and Policies

Options and Rates

Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate students will be housed in one of four buildings (two air conditioned, two non-air conditioned).

2018 RATES

Non-Air Conditioned Housing 

  • Standard room, multi-occupancy accommodations: $160/week
  • Single room, private accommodations: $195/week (limited availability)*

Air Conditioned Housing

  • Standard room, multi-occupancy accommodations: $195/week
  • Single room, private accommodations: $265/week (limited availability)*

*Note:

  • There are a limited number of single rooms available in both our air and non-air conditioned residence halls. Requests for singles will be handled on a first come, first served basis.
  • Air Conditioned Single: If you request a single in an air conditioned-hall and there are none available, you will be assigned to your second choice (either a single in our non-air hall if available or a standard room in our air-conditioned hall with a roommate.
  • Non-Air Single: If you request a single in our non-air hall and there are none available, you will be assigned to your second choice (either a standard room in our non-air hall with a roommate or a standard room in our air-conditioned hall with a roommate.

Graduate Students

Graduate students will be housed in a campus residence hall or at the Fisher Graduate Residences. Graduate students are generally assigned according to their rooming request (single, double, private double, etc.) and room availability. Graduate students interested in learning more about living options in the Fisher Graduate Residences are encouraged to email residentiallife@nd.edu for more information.

2018 RATES

Non-Air Conditioned Housing 

  • Single room, private accommodations: $195/week (limited availability)
  • Standard room, multi-occupancy accommodations: $160/week

Air Conditioned Housing

  • Single room, private accommodations: $265/week (limited availability)
  • Standard room, multi-occupancy accommodations: $195/week

Move-In and Move-Out

When you create your Summer Session Application, you will be asked to enter your scheduled arrival date and scheduled departure date. If your dates change after you create your application, we ask that you email our office at residentiallife@nd.edu to notify us of the change. You must enter your dates for the application to be complete and for you to be eligible to receive summer housing. 

Please keep in mind you are only allowed to arrive 24 hours prior to the beginning of your summer session and you must depart 24 hours after your session ends. You also will not be able to check into your residence hall until 4 p.m. on your day of arrival. 

If you need additional summer housing outside of the published summer session dates, The Sacred Heart Parish Center (574-631-7512), program may be able to assist you if you choose to stay and enjoy the campus for a few days.

Room Furnishings

Each room is outfitted with a student desk, a desk chair, a bed, and a wardrobe unit. Refer to our Undergraduate Room Information and Policies. Most beds are extra-long twin (an 80” mattress). Please note linens are not provided in student rooms.

Policies

The policy information listed in our Undergraduate Room Information and Policies is also relevant to your residency in a Notre Dame residence hall during the Summer Session. For more information or clarification on these and other responsibilities, please refer to du Lac: A Guide to Student Life, any residence hall staff member, or Residential Life, located at 202 Duncan Student Center, 574-631-5878.

Dining & Meal Plans

Dining Halls are open during the official summer session.  A great selection of alternative dining options are available across campus throughout the summer. Contact Campus Dining directly to learn more about purchasing meal plans, dining locations, and hours of operation.

Parking

Questions regarding parking at Notre Dame for the summer session can be answered by Notre Dame Security Police.