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Summer 2022 Housing 

Summer Session 1 Arrival Priority Application Deadline: May 1, 9:59pm
Summer Session 2 Arrival Priority Application Deadline: June 20, 9:59pm
Final application deadline: July 7, 5pm

16-17 Year Old Summer Student Housing Information

Eligibility

Students who complete the full application by the deadline will be eligible for summer housing as long as they meet one of the following criteria:

  • They are a current spring resident or fall resident registered for summer or fall classes. Classes are not required to be in person.
  • They are a student without housing affiliation enrolled in summer classes that require an in-person presence.
  • They are a spring semester graduate in need of summer housing.

Students who do not meet one of the above criteria will not be eligible for summer housing. Graduate and Family members who signed up for 2022-2023 12-month housing agreements should not apply to this application since summer is already included in their new agreement. Newly admitted graduate students should not apply to the Summer Housing application as you will need to complete the New Student Housing application. In order to apply for summer housing and be assigned a space, a student must have no current financial holds on their student account. 

Note about 16-17 year old summer student housing information: Summer Global Studies and Summer Oceanpgraphy participants do not need to complete the Google form link above. EOP/AIM Pre-Freshman Summer Academy participants also do not need to submit a summer housing application. EOP pre-freshamn  summer academy housing is arranged through the EOP office.

 

How to Apply

The Summer Housing Application will go live on the Housing Portal on April 4.The priority deadline for a session 1 arrival is May 1, 9:59pm and for session 2 arrival is June 20 9:59pm. After the priority deadline, we will house on a space-available basis but cannot guarantee housing or the desired arrival date. Applicants who do not submit a completed application by the final deadline of July 7 at 5pm will not be given a summer housing assignment.
 

Locations and Rates

Summer housing is located in West Apartments and Southampton Campus. Only students who have reason to be at Stony Brook Southampton will be housed at that location.

Please note that these communities are open all year round and your apartment may have already been occupied.  Our priority is to make sure your personal bedroom space is ready for your arrival upon move-in.  Please bear with us as our staff may need to return to apartments to address any room readiness issues in common areas. For any urgent matters at arrival, contact your office or building staff who will do their best to address your concerns.  

West Apartments 

  • Single room $59.25 per night | $5,569.50 full summer term*
  • Double room $51 per night | $4,794 full summer term*

Stony Brook Southampton Campus (Only for students required to be at SBSH for their academic program.)

  • Single room: $62 per night | $5,828 full summer term*
  • Double room: $54 per night | $5,076 full summer term*

*Full Summer Term Rates are based on the maximum days any individual could stay 5/18-8/20 if you have spring and fall housing.

Applicants will be asked to give a preference for a single or double room. Double rooms are extremely limited and not guaranteed. Applicants will be placed in a single room if a double room is not available.

Billing

Students housed for summer housing will be billed at the published summer rate for the space they are assigned to from their date of arrival and for the remaining duration of summer housing. Students without fall reservation billing will end on August 16. Students with a fall reservation billing will end on August 20. Bills will be posted to students accounts in mid-May.

Arrival Information

Arrival Preparedness

Students arriving for summer housing from off-campus are required to complete SUNY expectations for checking in:

  • Obtain a negative COVID PCR or antigen test taken within 3 days prior to coming to Stony Brook.
  • Show a printed copy or show an electronic copy of the negative COVID test result at check-in to receive the room key.
  • COVID-19 vaccine is required at least 14 days prior to move-in.

Having a COVID vaccine does not exempt anyone from arrival expectations.

Additional policies and procedures may be implemented throughout the housing agreement period in response to COVID-19

Summer Assignments & Move In

  • Students will select which term session they need summer housing for:
    • Summer Session 1 (Classes start May 23)
      • Spring on campus residents will be given a move date between May 21 - May 23
      • Spring off campus residents will move in on May 22 or May 23
    • HSC accelerated BSN students (Classes start June 6)
      • Arrival June 5 or June 6
    • Summer Session 2 Extended (Class start June 21)
      • Arrival June 20 or June 21
    • Summer Session 2 (Classes start July 6)
      • Arrival July 5
  • Summer housing assignments and additional check-in instructions will be emailed to you approximately one week prior to your scheduled arrival.
  • We cannot guarantee a specific room assignment. 
  • Students without fall housing agreements will mostly be housed in West E and West G.
  • Students with fall housing agreements will mostly be housed in West, A, J, and K.
  • Students cannot choose a preference for roommates in summer placements as all placements have to be made administratively quickly between the application deadline and arrival date and needs to factor in room availability, readiness, and academic year assignments.
  • For West Apartments: summer room change requests will be reviewed for approval based on space availability. Requests can be made through the Schomburg West Area Office during the following date ranges:
    • June 1 - June 22 by noon
    • July 11 - July 18 by noon

 

Summer Move Out and Financial Liability 

Students in summer housing who check out before their originally requested summer check-out date will be prorated the daily housing rate through their actual check out date (removal of items from the room and surrender of keys to the Area Office).  Once a student checks out of summer housing, that decision is final and the student cannot return to a space in summer housing.

  • Residents who move out by July 6 at Noon at the end of Summer Session 1 will be credited the unused days of the summer housing bill.
  • Residents who move out by July 17 at Noon at the end of Summer Session 1 Extended will be credited the unused days of the summer housing bill. Anyone still in room at this deadline will be financially liable for the remainder of summer.
  • Any resident without a Fall 2022 housing assignment must check out by August 16. On that date, you will have to complete a full check-out by 4:00pm. If you choose to check out earlier than August 16, you will receive a credit for the unused remaining days of your summer housing agreement.
  • Any resident with a Fall 2022 housing assignment staying beyond July 17 at noon will be liable through August 20.
    • Residents with fall assignments in a location besides West Apartments will pick up the key to their fall assignment on Sunday, August 7 between 10am-1:00pm and complete a check-out of West Apartments by August 8 at 4pm.
    • Residents with fall West Apartments assignments that are different than their summer assignments will move sometime between August 7 and August 10 once the area office confirms your fall assignment is ready.

16-17 Year Old Summer Student Housing

For summer students who are older than 16 and younger than 18 as of 6/26/2022.

3 Items to complete in order to be booked in Summer Student Housing for 16 and 17 year olds.


1) Download and complete the "On-Campus Housing Acknowledgment for Summer Students 16-17 Years Old" form with your legal guardians. You will upload the completed form on a page of the application.


2) Attend a zoom session with your legal guardians prior to arrival with an Assistant or Associate Director of Residential Education who will overview what our summer housing for 16 and 17 year olds offers and does not offer.


3) Complete the full application in the housing portal until you receive a confirmation of application submitted email.


All three of the above items must be completed by June 16, 2022 in order for us to house you this summer.

 

Eligibility for Summer Housing

  • A student enrolled in summer classes that require an in-person presence.
  • Maximum length of stay is June 26 - July 30

 

Summer Room Assignment Locations and Rates

Summer housing for 16 and 17 year olds is in James Hall in H Community. This is a corridor style housing option without air conditioning.

  • Double room $47.75/per night | Maximum Housing Bill: $1,623.50
  • Meal Plan $600 dining dollars for length of stay.
  • Student Health Fee $61.50 for length of stay.

Additional charges may be assessed that apply to all summer students from other university departments as well as any charges for damages and lost keys

All charges are placed on your student SOLAR account. Students must pay by all deadlines for billing posted by the Office of Student Financial Services.

Summer Move Out and Financial Liability

Once a resident checks in for summer housing, they become financially liable for summer.

If you need to cancel your application and booking prior to arriving, email reside@stonybrook.edu with your name, ID number and that you are requesting to cancel your summer housing application.

Arrival Information

Arrival Preparedness

Students arriving for summer housing from off-campus are required to complete SUNY expectations for checking in:

  • Obtain a negative COVID PCR or antigen test taken within 3 days prior to coming to Stony Brook.
  • Show a printed copy or show an electronic copy of the negative COVID test result at check-in to receive the room key.
  • COVID-19 vaccine is required at least 14 days prior to move-in.

Having a COVID vaccine does not exempt anyone from arrival expectations.

Additional policies and procedures may be implemented throughout the housing agreement period in response to COVID-19.