Summer housing is available to students enrolled in summer session classes, internships and/or working on campus for a Marymount department.
Summer housing space is limited and rooms are assigned on a first-applied, first-served basis.
For more information on summer housing, please contact the Office of Campus and Residential Services at (703) 284-1608 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Notes about Summer Housing
Because the Student Health Center is not open during the summer semester, the University provides summer residents with a list of local resources for meeting their health care needs. Summer residents are responsible for reading this information and for making arrangements for their own health care needs. Students with special health needs should consider the fact that the University will not be responsible for meeting such needs. All summer applicants must sign a form authorizing the Student Health Center to provide the director of Campus and Residential Services with information regarding any special health concerns and signifying that they have read and understood the information regarding summer student health care.
Summer housing applicants who are on disciplinary probation or who have received a "deferred loss of housing" sanction may be denied summer housing. The assistant director for Student Conduct will review the disciplinary records of applicants and make a determination as to the applicant's eligibility for housing, taking into account the number and nature of violations as well as the length of time since the most recent violation.