Apply for Summer Housing

Housing is available for UM students who want to live on campus during the summer months on a space-available basis, with priority given to current on-campus residents and international students. Students must apply for summer housing via the "UM Housing" link in CaneLink.

Summer Rates for UM Students

Students must apply for summer housing by May 8 on CaneLink. The typical $500 prepayment is waived for each session in Summer 2020. Students who do not sign up by May 8 will, however, be charged a $100 late application fee.

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  • Summer Mail & Packages

    As of March 25, 2020, the residential areas will no longer receive mail and packages until further notice.

    Food Deliveries: Couriers will not be permitted to enter the building and students should retrieve these orders outside. Students are strongly encouraged to practice protective measures, including social distancing, when interacting with these couriers.

    Packages: you must make arrangements to have packages delivered to The UPS Store located across the street from the University. You must contact the store directly (store2232@theupsstore.com or 305-667-2181) to let them know you will be receiving a package. A $10 per package fee will be charged by The UPS Store, and the package can be held for up to 7 days.

    After contacting them, the following mailing address will need to be used:

    ATTN: HOLD FOR UM STUDENT
    [Student Name]
    1172 S Dixie Hwy
    Coral Gables, Florida 33146

    Paper Mail: all campus mail will be routed to the Hibiscus Carrier Annex Post Office (Phone: 305-529-4538) for students to pick up their mail. Students should still address mail to their on-campus address, but mail must be picked up from the Hibiscus Carrier Annex Post Office located at 3500 S Dixie Hwy, Coral Gables, Florida 33146. Per USPS policy, students will have 10 days to pick up their mail from this location before it is returned to the sender.

    If you have questions about mail or packages in transit, please contact the courier directly. If you have questions about mail or packages that were already delivered to your residential area, please contact housing@miami.edu.

Summer 2020 Dates (subject to change)

Summer A - Pearson Residential College only

  • Begins: May 17 at 8 a.m.
  • Ends: June 27 by noon

Summer B - Pearson Residential College only

  • Begins: June 28 at 8 a.m.
  • Ends: August 8 by noon

Summer C - Pearson Residential College only

  • Begins: May 17 at 8 a.m.
  • Ends: August 8 by noon

For more specific questions about summer housing sign-up, residents should contact the Assignments Staff in the Housing and Residential Life Office at 305-284-4505 or through e-mail via housing@miami.edu.


Summer 2020 Intersession (dates subject to change)

Summer housing officially closes on August 8, and Fall housing for continuing students opens August 13. If you are planning to live in on-campus housing for the intersession period of August 8-13 there will be an application to complete to remain in housing during that period.

There will be no charge for the summer-to-fall intersession period if your application is completed by July 31. You will be charged $100 to your student account if your application is submitted after July 31.

Students must be residing in Summer B or Summer C housing and have a valid Fall 2020 assignment to be eligible for intersession housing. Furthermore, all intersession residents must be prepared to move into their Fall 2020 assignment on Saturday, August 8 between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.

All student-athletes in Summer housing must reach out to the Athletics Compliance Office to determine if you are eligible for intersession housing or if your last day in summer housing is August 8.


Summer Intern Housing

Summer Intern Housing is available to undergraduate or graduate students who are currently enrolled at their home institution (or will be enrolled for the upcoming fall semester) and are seeking summer housing for an internship or summer program. A qualifying internship can be paid, unpaid, for credit or not-for-credit. A qualifying summer program needs to be sponsored by the applicant’s institution of current enrollment, and demonstrate a significant professional or educational experience for the participant.

Summer Intern Housing