Information for students planning to live on campus during the summer.
Summer Session 2015 Housing Rate
Undergraduate Students: $1,733 per Session
GAP Students (Session I &II): $3,466
MSA Students: $2,511
Application and Accommodations
Summer housing applications will be available from April 20 to May 1, 2015. Once confirmed, summer housing assignments cannot be cancelled and applicants remain financially responsible for the full license period.
Summer housing is available for the following students:
- Students registered for a Summer Session class for the session(s) requesting housing.
- Students doing an internship for Academic Credit.
- Student Workers confirmed to be working on campus 35 hours or more per week.
An email outlining the application process, frequently asked questions, and the timeline for requests will be sent to all undergraduate students prior to the end of April. All assignments will be made the first week of May. Questions and concerns regarding housing should be directed to the Housing Office.
Summer housing residents will housed in Park Manor West, Keith Hall (MSA) or Bryant Hall. Please note that students who are working 35 hours per week on campus may receive compensated housing. However, note that these students will be taxed on the value of their summer housing.
Rooms are assigned on a first-come first-served basis, and summer assignments will be emailed to students. There are a limited number of rooms available for summer session. The Housing Office will work to accommodate your needs, but housing is not guaranteed. Late applications will not be accepted.
All rooms are air-conditioned and furnished with beds, dressers, closets, desks, and desk chairs. Students provide all other furnishings, such as desk lamps, linens, blankets, and pillows. Please refer to the Undergraduate Housing Agreement and Undergraduate Handbook for housing policies, procedures, and community expectations. Residents are responsible for picking up and returning keys, signing room condition forms, and responding to any damage or vandalism that occurs to residence hall rooms and/or common areas. Each hall includes a community kitchen and a community lounge. There will be summer Resident Assistants living in the each of the residence halls to provide programming opportunities and community building for the residents.
Moving Into Your Summer Assignment
Spring residents remaining on campus for Summer Session I must remain on campus until they have moved into their summer assignment. Moves will be scheduled on or after May 9. Summer classes begin on May 18; however, students may not be able to move into summer assignments until on or after May 18.
Summer residents remaining on campus for Fall 2015 must remain on campus until they have moved into their Fall housing assignment.
Make your plans accordingly!
Students currently living on campus for the spring semester must remain on campus until they have moved into their summer assignment and checked out of their spring assignment. Students will receive their summer housing assignment when the room is ready, along with instructions on how to obtain room keys, check out of spring rooms, etc.
GAP students, who are here for the summer, are required to have a meal plan. Anyone else is welcome to purchase a meal plan for either one or both sessions.
Summer Session I or II
Unlimited + $150
10 Meals + $75
Summer Session I and II
Unlimited + $150
10 Meals + $75
Note: Babson College is occupied by outside camps and conferences throughout the summer and looks forward to sharing our community with these guest. Thank you in advance for your understanding.