Employee Housing & General Summer Housing

Summer housing for on-campus student employees is available from Sunday, June 2, 2019, to Friday, August 9, 2019. Student employees will be housed in the Foster Mods Apartments.

Eligibility Requirements

Students must meet the following requirements in order to receive on-campus housing as a student employee.

  1. Full-time undergraduate student at Brandeis for the Spring 2019 semester and the Fall 2019 semester. Students graduating in Spring 2019 are eligible for Summer housing on a case-by-case basis. (Students who are not working for a University Department do NOT qualify for the reduced summer employee rate, but can apply for Summer Housing and will be evaluated on a case by case basis. The default rate for Summer Housing is $250 per week, regardless of the assignment location or room type.) 
  2. Be employed by a Brandeis department at least part-time. Only students working on-campus can receive on-campus Summer Employee Housing.
  3. Receive permission from your employer to live on-campus for the summer. Students should confirm summer employment with a supervisor before completing the summer student employee housing application, as not all departments can support students living on-campus. (Note: you should not expect your department to pay all or a portion of your housing fees, please discuss with your supervisor before committing to a space on campus for the summer)
  4. Students taking part in a JBS program or taking summer classes are not eligible for student employee housing but they are eligible for Summer School Housing in Skyline. (Special exemptions are reviewed on a case by case basis.)

Summer Rates*

The summer housing rate for student employees is $150/week -$100/week discount. There is no prorating if a student withdraws from housing mid-week; they will still need to pay for the entire week.

*The cost of housing for summer session is a flat rate of $250/week if you are not sponsored by a University Department.

Summer Housing Process

Obtaining summer housing is a fairly simple process. Below are the steps that students, faculty, and staff must take in order for students to receive summer housing.

Step 1: Apply

Complete the Summer Housing Application in MyHousing. Forms must be submitted by May 15, 2019 for priority housing.

Step 2: Department Follow-up

Following completion of the application, an email will be sent to your department's administrator containing the information submitted on the application. The administrator must then verify with the Department of Community Living that the you are employed by the department in order for you to receive on-campus housing.

Step 3: Housing Payment

All students in Summer Employee Housing will be charged directly for Summer Housing. 

Step 3: Transitional Housing, Part I

If you wish to live on-campus between the end of final exams and the beginning of the summer, you must complete the Transitional Housing Request form. Transitional Housing costs a flat rate of $500. Your student account will be billed directly for transitional housing. See the Transitional Housing page for more information.

Step 4: Move-In

Students will be notified of their summer residence by May 24, 2019. Keys for summer housing will be available for pick up on Sunday, June 2, 2019 from the Department of Community Living in Usdan. You will be notified if keys are available earlier than June 2.

Step 5: Transitional Housing, Part II

At the end of the summer, you will have the option again to request transitional housing. If you did not request summer to fall transitional housing originally, a new Transitional Housing Request must be completed. The cost of transitional housing for this period is $300. See the Transitional Housing page for more information.

Summer housing for on-campus student employees is available from Sunday, June 2, 2019, to Friday, August 9, 2019. Student employees will be housed in the Foster Mods Apartments.