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Options for External Groups:

The Boston College Event Management Department handles all arrangements for external groups who visit campus during the Summer time. 

The Event Management Department website has detailed information on all aspects of planning your stay at Boston College from accommodation to catering options. Please review their website to plan your stay at Boston College.


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Residential Life has a number of options available for BC students, staff, and alumni.  Please click on the tab below that best suites your Summer situation.  Click the tab title to expand the section and click on the tab title a second time to collapse that section.

Be sure that you review all of the information in each tab as eligibility requirements, timeliness, accommodation types, application processes, checking in and out times, and rates all vary for each type of housing.

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Who can Stay at the Summer Guest House?

The Boston College Summer Guest House offers a convenient place to stay during the Summer months for members of the wider Boston College community.  All guests are housed in Stayer hall and are provided a wide variety of amenities, detailed below, during their stay. Questions about the Summer Guest House can be directed by email to: guesthouse@bc.edu, or by phone to: 617-655-5555 beginning the day after BC Commencement. The BC Summer Guest House is intended primarily for BC alumni and traveling faculty, but other arrangements can be made on a case by case basis.  Only persons over age eighteen may stay at the Summer Guest House.  The maximum stay for any guest is four consecutive nights. Undergraduates and Parents who are attending Orientation are not permitted to stay in the Summer Guest house. The dates that the Summer Guest House is open vary.  Please visit our Dates and Rates page for the most up to date information.


 

Accomodation Information:

The Summer Guest House is located in Stayer hall.  All rooms are air-conditioned, suite style rooms with 2 to 4 double-occupancy bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a furnished common room, and a kitchenette that includes a sink and a full-sized refrigerator.  Linens and towels are provided.  A limited number of summer guest accommodations are available, and guests may be required to share a suite, but not a room, with other guests. For on-campus dining, Boston College Dining Services' hours of operation and menus can be found online at bc.edu/dining throughout the summer. Information on nearby restaurants in Boston can be found in the Summer Welcome Center. Guests are welcome to use the phone in the Welcome Center should they need to make a phone call. Free wireless internet is available 24x7 for all those staying at the Summer Guest House.  Detailed instructions for conneting to the BC Network can be found on the BC Information Technology Website.


 

Check In and Check Out:

Check-In: 2:00 pm-11:pm
Check-Out: 9:00 am-12:00 pm

Check-In and Check-Out both occur at the Welcome Center in Stayer hall.  Upon check in, guests are provided with a key to their individual bedroom, a code to enter their suite, and a card used to access the building.  Be sure to return both the key and the access card at check out.  A lost key is a twenty dollar fine and a lost access card is a twenty-five dollar fine.


 

Pricing, Payment, Refunds, and Cancellations:

Room Rate: Please visit our Dates and Rates page to see the most up to date information. 

Payment: Once your reservation request has been processed, you will be emailed detailed booking information.  This year the Boston College Summer Guest House is only taking checks as payment for processed reservations. Any other form of payment will not be accepted. Checks should be made out to the Trustees of Boston College and will be received in person upon check in.

Refund/Cancellation Policy: No refunds or adjustments are available for cancellations or early departures.

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Who is Eligible for STM Summer Housing?

Only those students who are enrolled in the "Summer at the STM" program are eligible for this housing.


 

Application Process:

The Summer Session Housing Application will be available via the Agora Portal at the beginning of April and is due by the beginning of June.  The deadline dates vary slightly year to year, so please see our Dates and Rates page for the most up to date information.  Please note that all applicants will need their BC username and password to access their account and apply for housing.  Space is limited, so housing is given out according to the date the application is completed.  Earlier applications receive priority over later ones.  The application closes as soon as all spaces are filled, even if the deadline has not yet been reached.  All students applying for STM Housing must confirm that they have read and agree to the Summer Housing Residence Agreement during the application process.

If you have a specific person with whom you want to share your room or apartment, please indicate so on the application form.  You may only request a person who is taking the same sessions as you are.  We will not "hold" a space for someone arriving later.  Conversely, should your roommate/apartment mate leave earlier than you, we will fill the bed space with a new student.

Once your Summer Housing Application has been submitted, it will retain the status "Incomplete" until it has been processed by staff.  Once it has been processed, you will receive a confirmation email.  Application processing will not begin until late May.  In order for the application to be approved, you must be registered for a course within the applicable session.  Students not registered upon submission of a Summer Housing Application will not be approved.  To prevent a delay in processing, please register for your courses prior to applying for housing.

If you require assistance submitting your application, please call 617-552-4727 until May 20th between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and 617-552-5555 from May 19th until August 5th between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 a.m.  We are unavailable by phone May 17 - May 19.

If you have already applied for STM Housing and would like to update your application in any way, please email us at summer.housing@bc.edu by June 15.


 

Accommodation Information: Location, Furnishings, & Dining:

All STM Summer students are housed in air conditioned single, double, or family occupancy rooms in Voute Hall.  Each room includes a desk, chair, chest of drawers, and bed for each occupant.  No dining plan is available through he University in the Summertime, but the dining halls are open.  Students may pay with cash, a card, or with their Eagle ID Dining/Eagle Bucks.  Eagle IDs or coins can also be used to pay for the laundry facilities located in Voute hall.  Phone jacks can be activated upon request at check in at the Summer Welcome Center.  Voute hall, along with all other buildings at Boston College, is smoke free.

STM Summer students bringing a spouse or additional family members should register for appropriate accommodations and include the names of each family member they are bringing in the comment section of the application.  Rates depend on the number of occupants in a room and students are charged for each occupant.  Please see our Dates and Rates page for the most up to date information on our rates.

A basic linen service is offered to all STM Summer students.  Each student and family member will receive a supply bag that contains linens, towels, and toilet paper.  Trash barrels with liners will also be provided for the suite.  All linens must be returned in the supply bag provided when the student checks out.  Please see our Dates and Rates page for the most up to date cost of the linen service.


 

Checking In/Out and Building Access:

Check-In: STM Summer students may check in at the Summer Welcome Center, located at Stayer Hall, across from St. Ignatius Church.  Participants must arrive on the date listed for their course in the above chart.  The Welcome Center is open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. daily.  Please do not arrive outside these hours, as there will be no staff available to check you in.  If you have an international flight that arrives after 1:00 a.m., please email us at summer.housing@bc.edu to make specific arrangements.

Check-Out: All students must check out by 11:00 am on the date of their approved departure at the Summer Welcome Center.

Early Arrivals and Extensions: Unfortunately, we are not able to house STM Summer students before or after the session dates listed above.  We understand that Boston is a popular vacation destination, but unfortunately we cannot provide accommodations for any reason other than classes.  Please plan your travel accordingly.  If you must arrive in the city before your session or stay after it has ended, you may apply to stay in the Summer Guest House, which will be an additional charge.  To register for the Guest House, click on the "Summer Guest House" tab above.


 

Pricing, Payment, Refunds, & Cancellations:

Visit our Dates and Rates page for the most up to date rate information. Bookings and associated charges will be created for all approved applications using the dates provided in the application. All fees will be charged directly to your student account. All charges are prorated, and a check-in prior to the approved date of arrival or a check-out after the approved date of departure will generate additional charges on your student account. No refunds or adjustments may be made for cancellations or stays shorter than those applied for unless you have canceled your application via "My ResLife" or have notified summer.housing@bc.edu prior to your approved date of arrival.

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Who is Eligible for Summer Session Classes Housing?

Housing for MSA and undergraduate students registered in Summer Session classes at Boston College is broken up into two sessions.  The dates of each session change yearly and can be found on our Dates and Rates page.  Housing in the first session is limited to Boston College undergraduate sudents whom lived on campus during the Spring semester immediately preceeding the Summer sessions and whom are currently registered for Summer Session 1 classes or the MSA program.  Students who study abroad or are otherwise not living in university housing during the Spring semester should email summer.housing@bc.edu in order to discuss options.  Housing in the second session is open to anyone enrolled in undergraduate or MSA classes at Boston College (includng students from other schools taking Summer classes at BC).

Should the student withraw from their courses, they will no longer be eligible to live in university housing.  The student is required to email Res Life Summer Housing at summer.housing@bc.edu immediately to arrange their move out.


 

Application Process:

Those applying for Summer Session housing should register for their courses prior to applying for housing.  Housing cannot be granted until the student has registered for courses.

The Summer Session Housing Application will be available on the Agora Portal.  The deadlines for the application change yearly and can be found on our Dates and Rates page.  All students applying for Summer Session Housing must confirm that they have read and agree to the Summer Housing Residence Agreement  during the application process.  If the dates you would like to apply for span both sessions, apply for Summer Sessions 1 & 2, and specify your arrival and departure dates.  If you have already applied for SS1 housing and would like to extend your stay for SS2, please email the Summer Operations staff at summer.housing@bc.edu at least one week before the beginning of the second session so that we may adjust your application.

Once your Summer Housing Application has been submitted, it will retain the status "Incomplete" until it has been processed.  The Summer Operation staff will begin processing applications in early May; applicants will recieve a confirmation email once their application has been processed.  Again, in order for the application to be approved, you must be registered for a course within the appropriate Summer Session.  Students not registered upon submission of a Summer Housing Application will not be approved.


 

Accomodation Information: Location, Furnishings, and Dining:

Students in Session 1 are housed in double occupancy rooms in Claver, Loyola, Xavier, or Fenwick halls.  Those in Sessions 2 are housed in double occupancy rooms in Rubenstein hall.  Double occupancy rooms mean each student will have a roommate.  We cannot accomodate requests for single occupancy rooms and do require all students to relocate between the first and second sessions.  Please reach out to our Off Campus Community staff for options should either of these requirements be a concern.

The rooms in Claver, Loyola, Xavier, and Fenwick halls are all traditional style, double occupancy rooms with a shared bathroom on each floor.  They do not have air conditioning.  Furnishings in these rooms include: a desk, study chair, chest of drawers, and bed for each occupant.  Students are responsible for providing their own linens.  The facilities also include a vending area and laundry room that accept either the Eagle-One Card or coins.  Dining facilities are available, however, there is no summer meal plan offered.  Students might find it convenient to add Dining and/or Eagle Bucks to their Eagle-One Card account to use at the dining halls.  All buildings at Boston College, including the residence halls, are smoke free.

In addition to all of the above, the rooms in Rubenstein hall are air conditioned and apartment style.  Each apartment consists of one or two bedrooms, a living room, dining area, bath, and modern kitchen. Kitchens are equipped with a sink, stove, oven, dishwasher, and disposal.  Please note that cooking utensils and dinnerware are not provided.


 

Check-Out and Check-In:

Check In: All students granted Summer Housing must check out from their Spring semester residence and check into their new residence according to the transition schedule. If your transition requires you to stay in your current hall for one night, please print your email confirmation and post it on your door before 5:00 p.m. of the normal check out day.  Refer to our Dates and Rates page to see the updated check in dates.

All students granted housing for Summer Session 2 classes may check in at the Summer Welcome Center between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm on the last day of Session 1 housing.

Check-Out: All students are required to check out at the Summer Welcome Center no later than 11:00 am on the last day of either session  Refer to our Dates and Rates page to see the updated check out dates.  Improper or late check out, failure to check out, excessive trash, or room damage will result in fines and University disciplinary action.

Exceptions: No expections are made to the check in or check out dates.  The maintenance of the residence halls is carefully and densely scheduled and cannot be changed without causing significant conflicts.  Please be sure to carefully review our Dates and Rates page when planning travel and vacation around and during Summer Housing.


 

Pricing, Payment, Refunds, and Cancellations:

Visit our Dates and Rates page for the most up to date rate information. Bookings and associated charges will be created for all approved applications using the dates provided in the application. All fees will be charged directly to your student account. All charges are prorated, and a check-in prior to the approved date of arrival or a check-out after the approved date of departure will generate additional charges on your student account. No refunds or adjustments may be made for cancellations or stays shorter than those applied for unless you have cancelled your application via "My ResLife" or have notified summer.housing@bc.edu prior to your approved date of arrival.

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Who is Eligible for Student Employee Housing?

Summer Housing is available to all undergraduate students whom are working in a BC Departmental Office at least 20 hours per week.  Should the student's employment be terminated for any reason, that student is no longer eligible to live in university housing.  The student is required to email Res Life Summer Housing at summer.housing@bc.edu immediately to arrange their move out.

Housing for undergraduate employees is broken up into three sessions.  The dates of each session change yearly and can be found on our Dates and Rates page.  Only students who are living on campus in the Spring semester immediately before the Summer are eligible for sessions 1 and 2.  Students may only apply for session 3 if they are also applying for session 2 housing and working at least 20 hours/week in a BC Departmental Office.  Students who study abroad or are otherwise not living in university housing during the Spring semester should email summer.housing@bc.edu in order to discuss options.


 

Application Process:

Verify Employment First: The first step in applying for Summer Undergraduate Employee housing is to have your employment varified by your employer.  Remember, only undergraduates being employeed by Boston College are eligible for Summer Housing.  Employers may verify undergraduate employment through the Agora Portal.  In the Portal, under "My ResLife" and "Web Forms," employers can complete the Employee Verification Form.  Employers may also email summer.housing@bc.edu with the student's name, start and end date, and number of hours working per week.  Students will not be approved until their employment has been verified.

Apply on Agora Portal Before Deadline: Students should then apply for Summer housing on the Agora Portal.  Beginning in mid April, the Summer Session Housing Application will be available on the Portal.  All students applying for Summer Employee Housing must confirm that they have read and agree to the Summer Housing Residence Agreement during the application process.  Application deadlines vary, please see our Dates and Rates page for the most up to date information.

Once your Summer Housing Application has been submitted, it will retain the status "Incomplete" until it has been processed by staff. Once it has been processed, you will receive a confirmation email.  Application processing will not begin until early May.

Undergraduate employees should note that Summer Sessions 2 and 3 have the same application deadline.  Those who have already applied for Summer Employee Housing and would like to extend their stay into Summer Session 2 or 3 must email the Summer Operations staff at summer.housing@bc.edu before the Summer Session 2/3 deadline in order to have their applicatoin adjusted.


 

Accomodation Information: Location, Furnishings, and Dining:

Undergraduate Employees in Session 1 are housed in double occupancy rooms in Claver, Loyola, Xavier, or Fenwick halls.  Those in Sessions 2 and 3 are housed double occupancy rooms in Reservoir hall.  Double occupancy rooms mean each employee will have a roommate.  We cannot accomodate requests for single occupancy rooms and do require all undergraduate employees to relocate between the first and second sessions.  Please reach out to our Off Campus Community staff for options should either of these requirements be a concern.  Undergraduate employees applying for session 2 housing may room only with other employees. Students enrolled in Summer Session classes will receive housing in different residence halls.

The rooms in Claver, Loyola, Xavier, and Fenwick halls are all traditional style, double occupancy rooms with a shared bathroom on each floor.  They do not have air conditioning. Furnishings in student rooms include a desk, study chair, chest of drawers, and bed for each occupant.  Students are responsible for providing their own linens.  The facilities also include a vending area and laundry room that accept either the Eagle-One Card or coins.  Dining facilities are available, however, there is no summer meal plan offered.  Undergraduate Employees might find it convenient to add Dining and/or Eagle Bucks to your Eagle-One Card account to use at the dining halls.  All buildings at Boston College, including the residence halls, are smoke free.

In addition to all of the above, the rooms in Reservoir hall are air conditioned and apartment style.  Each apartment consists of one or two bedrooms, a living room, dining area, bath, and modern kitchen. Kitchens are equipped with a sink, stove, oven, dishwasher, and disposal. Please note that cooking utensils and dinnerware are not provided.


 

Check-In and Check-Out:

Check In: All undergraduate employees granted Summer Employee Housing must check out from their Spring semester residence and check into their new residence according to the transition schedule. If your transition requires you to stay in your current hall for one night, please print your email confirmation and post it on your door before 5:00 p.m. of the normal check out day.  Refer to our Dates and Rates page to see the updated check in dates.

Undergraduate employees who are granted housing for session 3 will remain in their session 2 housing unless required to move for Facilities and Maintenance reasons.

Check-Out: All Undergraduate Employees are required to check out at the Summer Welcome Center no later than 11:00 am on the last day of the session.  Refer to our Dates and Rates page to see the updated check out dates.  Improper or late check out, failure to check out, excessive trash, or room damage will result in fines and University disciplinary action.

Undergraduate Employees who have confirmed housing for the Fall semester will be checked into their academic-year placement on the same day they check out of their summer session housing.

No university housing is available for those Undergraduate Employees who are living off campus for the Fall semester and who have a lease that starts after the last day of session 3.  The halls used for the summer housing sessions are unavailable during this time while they are being prepared for the beginning of the Fall semester.

Exceptions:

No exceptions are made to the check in or check out dates.  The maintenance of the residence halls is carefully and densely scheduled and cannot be changed without causing significant conflicts.  Please be sure to carefully review our Dates and Rates page when planning travel and vacation around and during Summer Housing.


 

Pricing, Payment, Refunds, and Cancellations:

Visit our Dates and Rates page for the most up to date rate information. Bookings and associated charges will be created for all approved applications using the dates specified in the online application, but there will be no charge for housing prior to Commencement.  All fees will be charged directly to the undergraduate's student account. All charges are prorated; a check in prior to the approved date of arrival or a check out after the approved date of departure will generate additional charges on the undergraduate's student account.  No refunds or adjustments are made for cancellations or stays shorter than those applied for unless you have canceled your application online via My ResLife or have notified the Summer Operations Staff by email at summer.housing@bc.edu prior to your approved date of arrival.

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Who is Eligible for Internship Housing?

Summer Housing is available to all undergraduate students whom are working in an internship in the Boston area during the Summer.  Should the student's internship employment be terminated for any reason, that student is no longer eligible to live in university housing.  The student is required to email Res Life Summer Housing at summer.housing@bc.edu immediately to arrange their move out.

Students with internships must send a signed copy of their acceptance letter from their internship program to summer.housing@bc.edu.  This document must be on the company/organization's letterhead and clearly state the dates of internship employment.

Housing for undergraduates in internships is broken up into three sessions.  The dates of each session change yearly and can be found on our Dates and Rates page.  Only students who are living on campus in the Spring semester immediately before the Summer are eligible for sessions 1 and 2.  Students may only apply for session 3 if they are also applying for session 2 housing.  Students who study abroad or are otherwise not living in university housing during the Spring semester should email summer.housing@bc.edu in order to discuss options.


 

Application Process:

Verify Internship First: The first step in applying for Summer Undergraduate Internship Housing is to have your internship varified by your employer.  Summer Internship students must send a signed copy of their acceptance letter from their internship program to summer.housing@bc.edu. This document should be on company letterhead and clearly state the start and end dates of the student's internship.

Apply on the Agora Portal: Students should then apply for Summer Housing on the Agora Portal.  Beginning in mid April, the Summer Session Housing Application will be available on the Portal.  All students applying for Summer Internship Housing must confirm that they have read and agree to the Summer Housing Residence Agreement during the application process.  Application deadlines vary, please see our Dates and Rates page for the most up to date information.

Once your Summer Housing Application has been submitted, it will retain the status "Incomplete" until it has been processed by the Summer Operations staff. Once it has been processed, you will receive a confirmation email.  Application processing will not begin until early May.

Undergraduates with internships should note that Summer Sessions 2 and 3 have the same application deadline.  Those who have already applied for Summer Employee Housing and would like to extend their stay into Summer Session 2 or 3 must email the Summer Operations staff at summer.housing@bc.edu before the Summer Session 2/3 deadline in order to have their applicatoin adjusted.


 

Accomodation Information: Location, Furnishings, and Dining:

Undergraduate Employees in Session 1 are housed in double occupancy rooms in Claver, Loyola, Xavier, or Fenwick halls.  Those in Sessions 2 and 3 are housed double occupancy rooms in Reservoir hall.  Double occupancy rooms mean each employee will have a roommate.  We cannot accomodate requests for single occupancy rooms and do require all undergraduate employees to relocate between the first and second sessions.  Please reach out to our Off Campus Community staff for options should either of these requirements be a concern.  Undergraduates applying for session 2 housing may room only with other undergraduates in internship or employee housing. Students enrolled in Summer Session classes will receive housing in different residence halls.

The rooms in Claver, Loyola, Xavier, and Fenwick halls are all traditional style, double occupancy rooms with a shared bathroom on each floor.  They do not have air conditioning. Furnishings in student rooms include a desk, study chair, chest of drawers, and bed for each occupant.  Students are responsible for providing their own linens.  The facilities also include a vending area and laundry room that accept either the Eagle-One Card or coins.  Dining facilities are available, however, there is no Summer meal plan offered.  Undergraduate Employees might find it convenient to add Dining and/or Eagle Bucks to your Eagle-One Card account to use at the dining halls.  All buildings at Boston College, including the residence halls, are smoke free.

In addition to all of the above, the rooms in Reservoir hall are air conditioned and apartment style.  Each apartment consists of one or two bedrooms, a living room, dining area, bath, and modern kitchen. Kitchens are equipped with a sink, stove, oven, dishwasher, and disposal. Please note that cooking utensils and dinnerware are not provided.


 

Check-In and Check-Out and Building Access:

Check-In: All undergraduates with internships granted Summer Employee Housing must check out from their Spring semester residence and check into their new residence according to the transition schedule. If your transition requires you to stay in your current hall for one night, please print your email confirmation and post it on your door before 5:00 p.m. of the normal check out day.  Refer to our Dates and Rates page to see the updated check in dates.

Undergraduates with internships who are granted housing for session 3 will remain in their session 2 housing unless required to move for Facilities and Maintenance reasons.

Check-Out: All undergraduates with internships are required to check out at the Summer Welcome Center no later than 11:00 am on the last day of the session.  Refer to our Dates and Rates page to see the updated check out dates.  Improper or late check out, failure to check out, excessive trash, or room damage will result in fines and University disciplinary action.

Undergraduates with internships who have confirmed housing for the Fall semester will be checked into their academic-year placement on the same day they check out of their summer session housing.

No university housing is available for those who are living off campus for the Fall semester and who have a lease that starts after the last day of session 3.  The halls used for the summer housing sessions are unavailable during this time while they are being prepared for the beginning of the Fall semester.

Exceptions: No exceptions are made to the check in or check out dates.  The maintenance of the residence halls is carefully and densely scheduled and cannot be changed without causing significant conflicts.  Please be sure to carefully review our Dates and Rates page when planning travel and vacation around and during Summer Housing.


 

Pricing, Payment, Refunds, and Cancellations:

Visit our Dates and Rates page for the most up to date rates. Bookings and associated charges will be created for all approved applications using the dates provided in the application; however, there will be no charge for housing prior to May 23rd. All fees will be charged directly to your student account. All charges are prorated, and a check-in prior to the approved date of arrival or a check-out after the approved date of departure will generate additional charges on your student account. No refunds or adjustments may be made for cancellations or stays shorter than those applied for unless you have canceled your application via My ResLife or have notified summer.housing@bc.edu prior to your approved date of arrival.

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Who is Eligible for The Summer Management Catalyst Program Housing?

Only those students who are enrolled in the "The Summer Management Catalyst Program" are eligible for this housing. The Summer Management Catalyst Program is a 10-week summer program designed to introduce non-business majors to the essentials of management and provide them with the skills and knowledge they need to stand out in today’s job market. The Catalyst Program’s full-time, intensive curriculum covers essential topics in accounting, finance, marketing, Excel, analytics, business law, management, and ethics—and is taught entirely by Carroll School faculty.  It also features sessions on career strategies and professional development. If you are interested in the program click here for their website.


 

Application Process:

Those applying for The Summer Management Catalyst Program housing should register prior to applying for housing. Housing cannot be granted until the student has registered for the program.

The Summer Management Catalyst Program Housing Application will be available on the Agora Portal.  The deadlines for the application change yearly and can be found on our Dates and Rates page.  All students applying for the The Summer Management Catalyst Program must confirm that they have read and agree to the Summer Housing Residence Agreement during the application process.

Once your Summer Housing Application has been submitted, it will retain the status "Not Complete" until it has been processed. The Summer Operation staff will begin processing applications in early May; applicants will recieve a confirmation email once their application has been processed.


 

Accommodation Information: Location, Furnishings, and Dining:

Students in the The Summer Management Catalyst Program are housed in Upper Campus and will require a move to Lower Campus. We cannot accommodate requests for single occupancy rooms and do require all students to relocate between housing sessions.  Please reach out to our Off Campus Community staff for options should either of these requirements be a concern.

The rooms on Upper Campus are all traditional style, double occupancy rooms with a shared bathroom on each floor.  They do not have air conditioning.  Furnishings in these rooms include: a desk, study chair, chest of drawers, and bed for each occupant.  Students are responsible for providing their own linens.  The facilities also include a vending area and laundry room that accept either the Eagle-One Card or coins.  Dining facilities are available, however, there is no summer meal plan offered.  Students might find it convenient to add Dining and/or Eagle Bucks to their Eagle-One Card account to use at the dining halls.  All buildings at Boston College, including the residence halls, are smoke free.

The rooms on Lower Campus are air conditioned and apartment style.  Each apartment consists of one or two bedrooms, a living room, dining area, bath, and modern kitchen. Kitchens are equipped with a sink, stove, oven, dishwasher, and disposal.  Please note that cooking utensils and dinnerware are not provided.


 

Check-In and Check-Out:

Check-In: All students granted Summer Housing must check out from their Spring semester residence and check into their new residence according to the transition schedule. Refer to our Dates and Rates page to see the updated check in dates.

Check-Out: All students are required to check out at the Summer Welcome Center no later than 11:00 am on the last day of either session  Refer to our Dates and Rates page to see the updated check out dates.  Improper or late check out, failure to check out, excessive trash, or room damage will result in fines and University disciplinary action.

Exceptions: No exceptions are made to the check in or check out dates.  The maintenance of the residence halls is carefully and densely scheduled and cannot be changed without causing significant conflicts.  Please be sure to carefully review our Dates and Rates page when planning travel and vacation around and during Summer Housing.


 

Pricing, Payment, Refunds, and Cancellations:

Visit our Dates and Rates page for the most up to date rate information. Bookings and associated charges will be created for all approved applications using the dates provided in the application. All fees will be charged directly to your student account. All charges are prorated, and a check-in prior to the approved date of arrival or a check-out after the approved date of departure will generate additional charges on your student account. No refunds or adjustments may be made for cancellations or stays shorter than those applied for unless you have canceled your application via "My ResLife" or have notified summer.housing@bc.edu prior to your approved date of arrival.

For Non-Boston College students enrolled in the program, your housing invoice will be presented to the Carroll School of Management. You will be responsible to pay the Invoice total prior to your arrival to campus.