Summer Housing

Summer Housing Applications is now OPEN

Housing Information

Parmelee Hall

Summer Housing is available in Parmelee Hall. Parmelee Hall provides convenient, suite-style double room accommodations for students. Students enrolled in at least one (1) credit hour during any Summer term or six (6) credit hours for the Fall term are eligible for Summer Session Housing. All rooms include wireless and wired internet service. A laundry facility is in the building. Parmelee Hall is located on the north side of campus, adjacent to Corbett Hall and The Foundry Dining Center. Parmelee Hall, like all the residence halls on campus, is a non-smoking, alcohol and drug-free facility. More information about Parmelee Hall can be found at

Students staying in Summer Session Housing only pay for the weeks that they stay in the residence halls ($245/week). A meal plan is required for all Summer Housing residents.

Summer Housing is open Sunday, May 14, and concludes Saturday, August 5. Students remaining in campus housing for the Fall will have the option to transition directly from their Summer Housing assignment to their Fall assignment in August.

Application & Assignments

  • An application must be completed to be assigned a room.
  • To ensure room assignments can be made for Summer Housing, applications should be completed at least 5 business days in advance of your arrival date.
  • Suite Style Double rooms are $245 per week, plus meals. A meal plan is required for Summer Session housing.
  • Students who stay in Summer Session housing can stay in Summer Session Housing beyond the time they are in summer classes.
  • Charges for room and meals are assessed on the date an assignment is made. Residents wishing to cancel their Summer Housing assignment should contact prior to their move-in date to avoid charges on their CSU student account.

You must have a CSU NetID (“electronic identity”) to apply for housing.

Move-In Hours

Students provide a move-in day on their application, and they can move in to Parmelee Hall between the hours of 8 a.m. – 7  p.m.* on the day they indicate. Check-in is at the Parmelee Hall front desk.

*Residents transitioning directly from their Spring 2023 housing assignment will transition to their Summer Housing assignment on Sunday, May 14 between 12-4 p.m.

First Year Students

Living in the Residence Halls for Summer Session (minimum 8 weeks) will qualify as one academic semester toward the first two consecutive semesters in the University Living Regulation, but summer housing is not required.

Cleaning & Laundry

  • All residence halls have a laundry facility in the building- laundry is included with your room and meal fees.
  • Students are responsible for cleaning their own rooms and bathrooms.
  • Limited cleaning supplies are provided at the front desk, and you may wish to bring your own supplies.

Parking & Transportation

  • Summer Session students who plan to have a car on campus will be required to purchase a parking permit at
  • Parking in undesignated or restricted areas will be enforced and parking fines and/or towing may apply (parking is prohibited in ADA spots without proper ADA verification, service vehicle lots, fire and bike lanes, extended periods in loading zones, etc.).
  • Additional transportation options to/from the CSU campus are available- for more information visit Parking and Transit Services.

Dining Information

Students can choose the Meal Plan that fits their schedule. A meal plan is required for each week a student lives in the residence hall; you may not ‘opt out’ of a meal plan. Meal plans will be charged based on the dates listed for expected arrival/departure dates on the application when your Summer Housing assignment is made.

  • Summer 10 (10 Meals per week): $140/week
  • Summer 15 (15 Meals per week): $190/week
  • Summer 19 (19 Meals per week): $205/week

For full dining hours of operation, please visit

What To Bring

Rooms are furnished with these basics (one item per student):

Mattress (twin extra-long*, 39`` x 80``)


Desk and Chair


Trash can and recycling bin

* Residence halls offer a limited number of extra-extra long beds, which need to be requested through the University Housing (Assignments Office) at All rooms are equipped with window curtains

You will need to provide your own:

Bedding & bath supplies

You may wish to bring:



MicroFridge (or small microwave and refrigerator)

Surge protected power strip

Desk lamp (halogen lamps are not allowed)

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