On-campus summer housing is available each year for students enrolled in classes at USF. Housing is located in one of our designated co-ed residence halls. More information regarding the summer housing location, application deadline, and session dates can be found on the myUSF Summer School Housing webpage.
In order to be eligible for on-campus housing:
A. Student must be registered and enrolled for summer classes at USF (as defined by the most recent University General Catalog) by the time of occupancy and maintain the enrollment record for the duration of the occupancy.
B. Student must be in good behavioral standing with the University (i.e., not have received a sanction from the University Conduct System that prevents him or her from living in University operated housing)
C. Student must submit proof of immunization to the Health Promotions Office (HPS)
a. Domestic students require 2 dose of MMR (measles/mumps/rubella), in addition, students 18 years of age or younger requires Hepatitis B vaccine or test showing immunity
b. International students require 2 doses of MMR (measles/mumps/rubella), Hepatitis B vaccine or test showing immunity, and a tuberculosis (TB) test administered in the last 12 months.
USF charges room and board on a session basis in the summer. Charges are based on the session a student is signed up for. Students will be charged for the dates of the entire summer session they are enrolled in regardless of which date they actually move in or move out (see session dates). There are no cancellation fees for summer housing.
Students are required to pay for both a room and a meal plan for summer housing. Meal plans may be appealed for approved dietary restrictions or academic scheduling conflicts. Plans will not be appealed based on financial need. Meal plan appeals are processed through our Campus Dining Managers at email@example.com.