Summer Housing


Applying for Summer Housing

The Summer Housing Application will be available in April. Students interested in living on campus during the summer will need to fill the online application through the mylasalle portal.

How to Complete the Summer Housing Application Form:

  1. Log into mylasalle portal, go to Tools Tab at top right of the page
  2. Select “Housing & Dining” from the available options
  3. You will be redirected to Housing & Dining Self Service
  4. Select Applications at the top menu bar
  5. Choose “Summer Housing Application”
  6. Read and sign the Summer Occupancy Agreement
  7. Answer the personal preference questions, click Continue, and review the confirmation page

Summer Housing is available to:

  • Students enrolled in La Salle University summer sessions courses for credit
  • Students enrolled in a La Salle sponsored internship
  • Student employees working on campus (must be verified by supervisor)
  • Please contact us if you are not sure of your eligibility.

Undergraduate students taking summer courses must take six or more credits per session.

More information regarding summer course schedules and deadlines can be found on the Office of the University Registrar website:

If you wish to reserve on campus housing, you should complete your Summer Housing Application by:

  • April 30 for Summer Session 1 or both summer sessions, or
  • June 1 for Summer Session 2


Summer Session Housing Rates/Dates



Tuition and Fees can be found at:


Undergraduate Tuition and Fees



Summer Session 1
Dates:  TBA
Cost: See Tuition and Fees link (Above)
Summer Session 2
Dates:  TBA
Cost: See Tuition and Fees link (Above)
Summer Session 1 & 2
Dates:  TBA
Cost: See Tuition and Fees link (Above)
Extended Summer Housing (Post Summer Session 2)
Cost: Additional per diem charge applied @ $35.00 per day. We must be notified of your departure date.


Housing Accommodations

Students will be placed in St. Miguel Townhouses for summer housing. Each student living in townhouses will have their own bedroom while sharing the kitchen, bathrooms and living room area. The dining hall is not open in the summer; students will be responsible for buying their own food and supplying all needed dishes, supplies, etc. for their apartment.  Students will be contacted regarding move in and move out dates once everything is confirmed.

Each summer housing resident must maintain their status as a student, student employee or other affiliation with La Salle University to meet eligibility criteria.  Violations of community standards or inappropriate behavior in and around any residence hall may result in the loss of one’s ability to live on campus. When submitting a Summer Housing Application the applicant deems that all information is true and that they agree to the terms and conditions as set forth in the Students’ Guide to Resources, Rights and Responsibilities and the Summer Housing Occupancy Agreement.

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