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General Information

Summer Housing Contracts are now available.

Summer housing contracts are not offered online. If you are a current student please come by the Housing Office at 960 W. Douglas St. (behind the Garland shopping center) to pick up a hard copy.

If you are not a current student or you do not live in the Fayetteville area then please send us your name and address so that we can mail you the hard copy.

Complete the contract and return it to Housing as soon as possible because space is reserved on a first come, first served basis. Students attending summer school 2015 will be assigned to the Northwest Quad (NWQ).

Students must be enrolled and attending at least three (3) hours for credit at the University of Arkansas in the summer session for which they have contracted. After a student checks in or uses their meal plan the contract cannot be terminated unless the student withdraws from the University. The contract duration is for the complete summer session selected by the student as indicated on the completed contract.

The Northwest Quad consists primarily of suites with four individual bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a shared common space per suite. Each bedroom has cable and network connections. The common room has cable and network connections. There is one locking closet per bedroom, with each bedroom and closet combination having its own unique key.

Residence hall spaces are available to all students regardless of race, color, religion or national origin. University Housing welcomes both graduate and undergraduate students.

If you have a disability that may require an accommodation, please contact the Center for Educational Access (CEA) at (479) 575-3104 and set up an appointment to meet with them. We cannot make special accommodations until we receive a formal request from the CEA Office.

Students should bring their own pillows, pillowcases, sheets, blankets and towels. “Coin free” laundry is available, allowing summer school students to use the laundry equipment without using coins or Razorbuck$.

Students in summer housing are required to adhere to policies described in the 2014-2015 Student Handbook and 2014-2015 University Housing Residence Hall Handbook.

Storage: Current residence hall students who contract for summer school housing and can provide proof of household or renter’s insurance may store items by contacting the NWQ secretary, (479) 718-7802, Monday – Friday, during regular business hours. Items may be placed in storage at NWQ on May 6 and 7, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. by appointment only. University Housing does not accept responsibility for personal items left in storage at any time and may not be held liable for any losses or damages.

Interim Housing (May 11 – 22) is for currently contracted residence hall students who are attending summer session one and have contracted to live in summer school housing. The nightly charge of $30.00 is an additional charge billed to your student account and is not part of your summer or academic term charges. To stay in interim housing you must complete an extended stay request form available from your hall secretary. Students in interim housing will move from their spring room into their summer room on Tuesday, May 12 between 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

May Intersession Housing (May 10 – 22) is only available to 2015 Spring Semester residence hall residents. The nightly charge of $30.00 is an additional charge billed to your student account and is not part of your summer or academic term charges. Students in Intersession housing will move from their spring room into their Intersession room on Sunday, May 10 between 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Check-In & Check-Out Information

Students may check in for Session 5W1, 8W and 10W from noon to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 24. Students contracting for Session 5W2 may move in from noon to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 28. Check-out for summer school is on the last day of the summer session between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. All times listed are Central Daylight Savings Time.

** 2015 Summer Room Rates **
Session Dates Session Rate
Session 5W1: May 26 - June 26 $1078.00
Session 5W2: June 29 - July 31 $1078.00
Session 10W: May 26 - July 31 $2224.00

Session 8W rates will be proroated from the 10W rate.

Students interested in Duncan Avenue Apartments need to contact University Housing for summer rates and residency requirements.

Campus Dining Services

Food Service for summer school students will be provided at the Fulbright Dining Center at the Northwest Quad. Flex plan dollars may be used in the Club Red and Stop Gap Convenience Stores, Union Food Court, Union Market and RZ's CoffeeHouse. Summer school housing students are not required to have a meal plan.

Block meal plans cover the entire summer session as determined by the specific block meal plan purchased. Once a meal is used it is not "reset," but is subtracted from the meals remaining to the student for the remainder of the session.

Any unused flex dollars and/or meals remaining on the student's flex plan at the end of the specific summer session will be forfeited.

Summer school students are welcome to dine in Brough Commons or the Pomfret Dining Center when these operations are open for summer conference participants.

Please check posted signs,, and the Razorback Information Board (RIBtv) for specials, the most up to date information and various hours of operation.

Summer Dining Hours
Meal Time Location
Breakfast 7:00 - 8:00 am Fulbright Dining Center
Lunch 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Fulbright Dining Center
Dinner 5:00 - 6:00 pm Fulbright Dining Center
Saturday, Sunday and Holiday* Hours
Meal Time Location
Brunch 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Fulbright Dining Center
Dinner 5:00 - 6:00 pm Fulbright Dining Center

* Holidays: May 25 & July 3

2015 Special Summer Block Meal Plan Rates
Sessions 5W1 & 5W2
Plan Meals/Session Flex Dollars Cost
Plan A 80 for 5 weeks $50 $608.00
Plan B 60 for 6 weeks $90 $567.00
Plan C 60 for 5 weeks $55 $517.00
Plan D 90 for 5 weeks $55 $683.00
2015 Special Summer Block Meal Plan Rates: Session 10W
Plan Meals/Session Flex Dollars Cost
Plan E 165 for 10 weeks $100 $1317.00
Plan F 125 for 10 weeks $180 $1164.00
Plan G 120 for 10 weeks $120 $1068.00
Plan H 185 for 10 weeks $75 $1395.00

Transit &Parking Information

Razorback Transit will begin Summer Reduced Service on Monday, May 11, 2015. Transit service will be provided from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday, throughout the summer. There will be no Saturday service on University Holidays or on designated departmental training days.

Reduced service routes and schedules are available from the Transit and Parking Department, the Hunt Hall and Administration Building lobbies, the Arkansas Union Information Desk, and the Transit and Parking web site. Razorback Transit will resume full service on August 24, 2015.

Safe Ride: The last night of service for Safe Ride will be Friday, May 8, 2015. Safe Ride will not operate during the Summer. Service will resume on Monday, August 24, 2015.

Parking Information: After May 8, 2015 Resident Reserved lots will be open for all permit types through Sunday, August 23, 2015. The Harmon Avenue, Stadium, Meadow and Garland Parking Garages will require permits or payment year round.