Summer Housing | Capital University


Summer Housing

  • Summer Housing

    Summer Housing may be requested through the Summer Housing Form for any student who is:

    • Enrolled in Summer undergraduate classes at Capital University;
    • Enrolled in the Master of Music or Kodaly Summer Program;
    • A Capital University student who is employed in the Columbus area for the summer. (Verification of employment must be provided with your application); 
    • A Capital University International Student; or
    • A Capital University student who has special circumstances.

    Housing will only be offered in:

    • Capital Commons Apartments
    • Capital University Apartments
    • Sheridan Avenue Apartments and Houses

    Each apartment and house will be filled to capacity. For more specific information about each of the housing options for this summer. Please visit the Residence Hall page.

    The following Units are offline for the summer: Sheridan 651, Sheridan 713, and Sheridan 735/735


    Cost: summer 2017 rates

    Summer Residents will be billed via the Capital e-bill system for housing. The total amount of your housing will be applied to your Capital University account. Rates are for the duration of summer term which include extended stay and early arrival. Residents not staying the entire summer will receive a prorated rate based on the duration of their stay. Payment arrangements should be discussed directly with the Finance Office.

    Capital Commons Apartments
    • $1,434 per resident
    Capital University Apartments
    • $2,450 per resident for a double occupancy room
    • $2,868 for a single occupancy room
    Sheridan Avenue Apartments  and Houses 
    • $2,450 per resident for a double occupancy room 
    • $2,868 for a single occupancy 

    Summer Housing is available for current undergraduate students.


    Residents must complete a proper check-in as directed in your Summer Housing Confirmation Letter. Upon check-out, the room must be returned to the original clean condition. An apartment inventory and assessment will be completed prior to your arrival. Your keys must be returned as directed by the Residence Life and Housing Staff.

    The Capital University Student Code of Conduct is intended to promote community standards and foster the development of self-directed, responsible citizens.

    The University is not responsible for loss, damage, or destruction of personal property. Purchasing or arranging for personal property insurance coverage is the resident's responsibility.

    Move In / Move out

    Transition to summer housing from current Spring 2017 housing will occur between May 12 and May 14 your move in date will vary based on the readiness and availability of your unit. Further information regarding move-in will be sent with your summer housing confirmation letter via email. Please be sure to provide an active email address and contact phone number on your summer housing application.

    Students not returning to University housing in for Fall 2017 must vacate summer housing by July 31, 2017. Transition from Summer 2017 to Fall 2017 housing will occur the first week of August.

    These deadlines are in place to provide the Residential and Commuter Life Office and Facilities with adequate time to prepare for the next academic year housing.

    The  Residential and Commuter Life Office may terminate your contract and after serving the resident with a written notice to vacate the premises, take possession thereof for the following reasons: 1) Non-compliance with University policies, residence hall policies and procedures, local, federal and state laws where applicable, 2) Damage from fire, smoke, or other causes making the premises uninhabitable. 

    Apply for summer housing 

    For more information or if you have questions, please contact the  Residential and Commuter Life Office Office at 614-236-6811 or by email at