Summer Intern Housing
The University of Evansville offers a unique summer housing program for summer interns and researchers for qualified college students. Eligible individuals must be enrolled in a degree-seeking program and actively involved in a summer research or internship program in the Evansville area.
Participants in this program must be 18 years of age or older.
We offer first-rate accommodations at competitive prices. Shared four-person units provide residents the opportunity to interact with peers and other summer interns. While it is desirable to have all occupants be part of the same intern program, the University reserves the right to fill space with interns from different companies. All summer interns will be housed in modern, attractive, and convenient townhouse properties or campus apartments.
Reservations and Rates
Intern status must be verified by sponsoring company and University. Four-person units will be filled by interns of the same gender. Housing is available on a first-come, first-served basis, with a minimum stay of two weeks. All housing fees must be paid in advance*. Requires a $250 advance deposit.
*If full payment cannot be given upon move-in, payment plans are available. A $25 handling fee is applied to each split payment. Requests for payment plans must be submitted one week before scheduled move-in. Requests made after this deadline will not be approved.
2022 Dates and Rates
Townhouses are available for intern rental from May 14, 2022, to July 31, 2022. Each guest will pay $30/night.
Policies and Procedures
These special housing accommodations are designed to house serious students only. We expect all participants to follow all University policies and procedures, as well as Indiana laws. The University reserves the right to evict students found to be in violation of University policy and/or Indiana Law, and your payment(s) may be forfeited.
The resident agrees to maintain a proper standard of behavior and not disrupt the residential community. Violations of the terms of this contract or any of the University rules and regulations can be treated as a breach of contract. Participants dismissed from University housing are not entitled to a refund.
Liability for Loss of or Damage to Personal Property
The University of Evansville assumes no responsibility for theft, damage, loss of money, valuables, food, or personal belongings of any student or guest. No personal property insurance is available through the University. Students should check with their families to determine the extent of coverage, if any, under existing insurance policies or purchase independent personal property insurance.
The $250 Commitment and Damage Deposit will be forfeited for contract termination or if there is a reduction to the contracted length of stay.