On-campus housing is available for students as space permits. Students must be registered in a credit-bearing academic course while residing in summer housing. Uptown East Apartments- Building 2 will be used for Summer Housing. Applications become available Monday, April 1, 2019.
Summer Housing Information and Dates:
Session I: Monday, May 20-Saturday, June 29
- Students residing in Summer Housing for Session I MUST complete an Extended Stay Application to stay in their current housing from Wednesday, May 15-Monday, May 20. Extended Stay Applications will be available until Monday, May 6 at 5 pm via Housing Self-Service.
- All students residing in Summer I housing will reside in temporary housing in Scheele or Alumni Hall for approximately 2 weeks until space is ready in the Uptown East Apartments.
- If a student is only in summer housing for Session I, the student must check out of their residence hall space by Noon on Saturday, June 29.
Session II: Sunday, June 30-Saturday, August 10
- Students residing in Summer II housing ONLY can check in starting at Noon on Sunday, June 30.
- All students residing in Summer II housing will reside in the Uptown East Apartments until noon Sunday, July 28. They will transition to Alumni Hall for the remainder of the summer session, to prepare spaces for the upcoming Academic year.
- All students will be expected to move out of summer housing by noon on Saturday, August 10.
Summer Housing Applications are available online through DataVU. Students then access their Housing Self-Service and complete the “Summer 1 and-or Summer 2 On-Campus Housing Application”. Applications are due by Monday, April 29, 2019.
Room Selection 2019-2020: For New Students
Welcome to Valparaiso University! We are happy that you will be joining our campus starting in the Fall of 2019.
Our eight residence halls and apartment complexes are home to 2,000 undergraduate students. Of these residence halls, one houses members of Valpo’s six national sororities. With a six-semester live-on requirement, all first-year, sophomore, and junior students are required to live in approved University housing. More information about our policies can be found HERE.
Residency is a key component of the mission of Valparaiso University. The residence halls are central to this effort by providing living and learning experiences that contribute to the growth and development of students while enhancing their overall education at Valpo. Residential Life provides various programs, services, and leadership opportunities, which promote the student learning mission.
New Student On-Campus Housing Application
As an incoming student, you will complete your New Student On-Campus Housing Application via your Housing Self-Service after you register for classes when you attend FOCUS in June. If you are not attending FOCUS in June, you will be able to complete the application after completing placement exams and registering for classes via phone/skype registration. If you do not take advantage of phone/skype registration, our office will send an email to your Valpo email address to collect your housing preferences, living preferences, and roommate preferences if you have any. Preferences will be due early July.
In your New Student On-Campus Housing application, students are asked to provide emergency contact information, housing and/or Living Learning Community Preferences. Once your On-Campus Housing application is complete, if interested, you will then be able to search for a roommate based on living preferences, or you can search for someone you met at FOCUS. Please note, if you do not request a roommate, you will be paired with an individual based on living preferences.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT OUR ROOM SELECTION 2019-2020: FOR NEW STUDENTS PAGE HERE.
Residence Hall Opening: Fall 2019
The Residential Life staff is very excited for your return to our community. It is our mission to promote and develop a sense of place and community for our students within our residential program. We are happy to welcome you to our residential family and look forward to working with you this next year.
As you are aware, Valparaiso University believes a student’s residential environment is an integral component of their education and affirms the educational benefits inherent in the residential aspect of the undergraduate experience. The residential experience complements the academic mission by providing a dynamic environment where living and learning interconnect. Furthermore, students are progressively empowered through nurturing, supporting, and challenging opportunities provided by the various housing options in which they reside during their time at Valpo.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT OUR FALL OPENING 2019 PAGE HERE.
- About Valpo Residential Life
- Residence Halls
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Residential Life Newsletters
- Academic Resource Guide and Student Handbook (PDF)
- Academic Calendars
- Title IX Information (discrimination and harassment policies and procedures)
Monday, May 20
Summer 1 Housing Opens
Tuesday, May 21
First Day of Summer 1 Classes
Friday, June 28
Last Day of Summer 1 Classes
Saturday, June 29
Summer 1 Housing Closes at Noon
Sunday, June 30
Summer 2 Housing Opens
Monday, July 1
First Day of Summer 2 Classes
Friday, August 9
Last Day of Summer 2 Classes
Saturday, August 10
Summer 2 Housing Closes at Noon
Saturday, August 17
Tuesday, August 20
First Day of Fall Classes
Fall Break (No Classes, Halls will remain open)
November 23- December 1
Saturday, November 23
Residence Halls Close for Thanksgiving Break at Noon Central Time
Sunday, December 1
Residence Halls Open after Thanksgiving Break at Noon Central Time
Friday, December 6
Last Day of Fall Classes
December 14-January 5
Saturday, December 14
Residence Halls Close for Winter Break at Noon Central Time
Sunday, January 5
Residence Halls Open for Spring Semester at Noon Central Time
Wednesday, January 8
First Day of Spring Classes
February 29-March 15
Saturday, February 29
Residence Halls Close for Spring Break at Noon Central Time
Sunday, March 15
Residence Halls Open after Spring Break at Noon Central Time
Friday, April 10
Good Friday (No Classes, Halls will remain open)
Tuesday, May 5
Last Day of Spring Classes
Wednesday, May 13
Residence Halls Close at Noon Central Time