Summer Housing

TWU Summer Apartment Application Details

(Summer 2022, Undergraduate and Graduate students)

Eligibility

To be eligible for Summer Apartment Housing at TWU, you must:

  • Be a current, recent, or future (registered) student at TWU
  • Be in good financial standing with the university
  • Be in good standing as it relates to the Student Code of Conduct
  • Complete the online application
  • Be willing to sign the Residency Agreement within the application

How to apply

Apply online via the Housing tab of the Student Portal, selecting the Summer Housing Application.  The application will remain open until July 31, 2022.  See below for information specific to Undergraduate and Graduate students.

Undegraduate Students: Options & Pricing Summer 2022

Rental Terms Available

By the month (for stays of 1-3 months)

  • May 2-31
  • June 1-30
  • July 1-31
  • August 1-22

All summer (May 2 - August 22) 

  • The All Summer term must be selected by May 2 to receive All Summer pricing.  Students initially selecting a monthly term and later extending to All Summer will be billed at the Monthly rate.
  • Students initially selecting All Summer and then shortening their stay will be billed at the Monthly rate.

Building options

Placement procedure

Summer Housing applications will be assigned in apartment housing on a first–come, first–served basis.  There is generally room for all students who apply, and students applying for May will be informed of their summer placements in mid-April. Students may select preferred roommates on the application, but TWU Housing reserves the right to assign students to any apartment during the summer that is not at full capacity.

Rates 

Length of Term Building Rate
All Summer (May 2-Aug 22) McMillan (double occupancy) $2000
  Jacobson (single occupancy) $2500
Monthly McMillan (double occupancy) $600/month
  Jacobson (single occupancy) $750/month

Graduate Students: Options & Pricing Summer 2022

Rental Terms Available: Weekly and Monthly

Weekly options:

  • Any period of up to 7 consecutive nights between May 2 and August 22, 2022.  Stays of less than 7 nights will be charged the weekly rate.
  • Students must provide arrival and departure dates in the application.
  • Example: check in at 4pm on June 1, check out at 10am on June 8
  • Stays of less than 30 days are subject to taxes (15%).

Monthly options

  • May 2-31
  • June 1-30
  • July 1-31
  • August 1-22

Building options

Placement process

Families/Married Couples: Graduate students requesting accommodation for spouses and/or families will be placed on a first come, first served basis in a private McMillan 1 or 2-bedroom apartment.

Individuals: Graduate students applying as individuals will be placed in a private bedroom (double bed, desk, dresser, wardrobe) in a four-bedroom apartment in Skidmore hall, with up to 3 other graduate students of the same gender.  Each apartment has two showers and washrooms, and a full kitchen and living area that is shared between apartment residents. 

Amenities

  • Bedding and towels – included
  • Laundry service is not available, but self-serve, coin-op facilities are available in the building
  • Basic kitchen supplies included (pots/pans/dishes)

Food on campus

There will be no cafeteria or food available on campus during the summer months.  Some snacks and drinks are available in the Collegium, as well as TWU Outfitters (the campus bookstore).

Students should plan on utilizing services such as Skip the Dishes for their stay on campus.

Rates 

Length of Term Building  Rate
Weekly

McMillan (2 bedroom apt)

McMillan (1 bedroom apt)

$400 + tax

$300 + tax

  Skidmore (single occupancy) $250 + tax
Monthly

McMillan (2 bedroom apt)

McMillan (1 bedroom apt)

$1200

$1000

  Skidmore (single occupancy) $750