Summer housing is available to students working on campus or involved in a Purposeful Work internship in the community.
Welcome to the Summer Housing section. The registration process for summer residents will begin in early April. Please review the Summer Housing regulations carefully before submitting your completed contract. Students living in campus housing will be charged rent at a weekly rate. This will be done through the payroll office. Graduated seniors will need to pay their stay in advance.
Please call the Office of Residence Life & Health Education if you have any questions or concerns about any of our information. Our phone number is (207) 786-6215 and our office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you prefer, you can also get in touch with us through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Meal Plan Options
Summer housing is traditionally offered in a building with a full kitchen; Dining Services will also provide meal plan packages. There are several packages to choose from with pricing to be determined:
- 120 Meals
- 85 Meals
- 50 Meals
All Packages are non-refundable. Individuals will not be reimbursed for uneaten meals. Meal Plans cannot be used in the Den.
Payment must be made in full and payment is to be made directly to Dining Services. Payment arrangements can be made by contacting Cheryl Lacey, Director of Dining Services.
Meal Plans cannot be changed once bought, though an additional plan can be added.
Meal availability and hours are subject to the needs of the summer programs on campus. Dining Services will provide Commons hours and availability.
All students choosing to purchase a summer Meal Plan are governed by the same dining regulations that are in effect during the academic year – specifically, no food is to be removed from Dining services.
Access to Commons will be gained through the use of the Student I.D. Card. Should you have issue with access, contact David Perreault, Board Plan Manager, at ext. 8237.