Summer Housing

Westminster College will be offering summer housing to students beginning on May 10, 2021 in our Berlin Village Townhouses. Students can stay for the entire duration of summer or parts of the summer, there will be a summer housing rate which is set by the Business Office which will be $23.50 per day and is adjusted if you wish to stay longer than 41 days. During summer break, food services will not be available to students however please know there is a full kitchen in each Townhouse and pots and pans can be borrowed from Student Affairs. During this time the Wellness Center and Residence Life Staff will not be available as well, however Public Safety and Student Affairs will be available for students if needed.

 

If students are interested in summer housing or have any questions, please reach out to Patrick Bussiere at bussiepj@westminster.edu for the Summer Housing Application & Contract.

 

Summer Storage

Westminster College will also be providing summer storage to students on a first come first serve basis. Students will be permitted a maximum of 5 items to be stored over the summer. A maximum of 3 boxed items such as cardboard boxes, plastic storage containers, luggage, and/or small items in original packaging which should be no larger than 32x18x15 and 2 unboxed items which can be futons, mini-fridges, microwaves, and/or other small furniture items not in boxes. Boxes and tape will be provided by Student Affairs based on approval of requests. Westminster will not be allowing the storage of items in individual residence hall rooms, regardless of residency for the following Academic Year.

Summer storage will be located in two areas: Ferguson Hall and Eichenauer Hall. Ferguson Hall is the designated location for students residing in Shaw, Browne, Galbreath or Ferguson in Fall 2022. Eichenauer Hall is the designated location for students residing in Russell, Eichenauer, or Berlin Village in Fall 2022. The charge for summer storage will depend on the student’s need for boxes provided by Student Affairs. A $10 flat fee will be applied to your student’s bill to be paid via CashNet if they request boxes. This is a non-refundable and non-transferable fee.

We ask that applications are turned into Patrick Bussiere: Area Coordinator for Housing by Friday, April 22, 2023 at 4:30pm. Students will be sent out an appointment link once approved and are responsible for delivering their own items to the assigned storage location. Appointments will be available on May 1-2 and May 6-7 from 7-9pm.