Loyola University Chicago

Residence Life

Summer Housing

Summer School Housing

Loyola's Department of Residence Life offers summer school housing on both the Lakeshore and Water Tower campuses for those students enrolled in summer classes at Loyola.  The summer school halls are Fordham Hall on the Lakeshore Campus and Baumhart Hall on the Water Tower Campus. For camps, special groups or other non-academic groups, please contact Conference Services at 773.508.8090 or conferences@luc.edu.

LU Choice and Summer Scholars

Specific information regarding housing, meal plans, and rates will be given to participants by the coordinator of the respective program.

Meal Plans

Declining Balance meal plans are available for students staying on the Lakeshore Campus. A meal plan is not required of students staying on campus over the summer. Residents of Baumhart will not have a meal plan option due to limited food service during the summer.

Applying for Summer School Housing

The summer school housing application will be available On Monday, March 21 via LOCUS using the 'Apply for Housing' link under Residence Life in the Enterprise Menu.

RATES - SUMMER 2016
LAKESHORE CAMPUS
Session and dates Hall Room Type Rate
Summer A Fordham Double $1,560
(May 23-July 1)   Quad $1,530
    Single $2,190
Summer B Fordham Double $1,520
(July 5-August 12)   Quad $1,490
    Single $2,130
Summer C Fordham Double $2,120
(June 6 - July 29)   Quad $2,070
    Single $2,970
       
MEAL PLANS      
Plan Type     Rate
500 Dining Dollars     $500
700 Dining Dollars     $700
       
Water Tower Campus
Session and dates Hall Room Type Rate
Summer Session Baumhart Undergrad 2 Bed Single $4,790
(May 18–August 9)   Undergrad 2 Bed double $3,410
    Graduate Triple A $4,540
    Graduate Triple B & C $4,140
    Graduate Double $4,780

Summer Housing Transition

There are two options available for residents who will be transitioning into summer housing from their current assignment at Lakeshore if they are enrolled in Early Session, or Summer Session A. These options will be available for all Baumhart residents staying for summer school.

Option 1—Residents who are able to stay on campus during the break period

Residents who wish to move directly from their spring housing assignment into their summer housing assignment may do during the weekend of May 14-15. You must move on this date. No exceptions will be granted to students who wish to move earlier or later than the weekend of May 14-15. If you are unable to move the weekend of May 14-15, you must take advantage of option 2 explained below.

Option 2— Residents who intend to leave campus during the break period

If you are unavailable to move on May 14-15, or you wish to move out after the end of the spring semester and move back in for summer, you will need to move out of your spring housing assignment on May 9. You will need to remove all of your personal items from your spring housing assignment. Summer school housing will open on May 22 at noon and you will be allowed to move into your summer assignment. Any items left in your room after spring semester hall closing will be considered abandoned property. We are unable to provide any storage options for students moving in to summer housing.