The residency requirement does not apply for the 3 week Interterm period.
There is no charge for Interterm housing on campus provided the student lived on campus during the fall semester or will live on campus during the spring semester. Only one residence hall ("The New Hall") will be used for the Interterm period. ALL other residence halls will be closed during this period. Interterm residents that normally live in another hall will NOT be able to access any room other than their assigned Interterm room and are therefore REQUIRED to take everything they need with them for the Interterm period when moving out of their fall room. Hall residents (and returning Romers) that register for an Interterm class and wish to live on campus during this period must secure Interterm housing from the Office of Student Life - even if the resident currently resides in The New Hall. This may be done in person at the Office of Student Life or by email HERE. Availability will be limited, so apply early.
The Interterm Hall will open for Interterm residents at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, January 1, 2013. Interterm classes begin Wednesday, January 2nd. While there is no campus food service during Interterm, there will be a side room off the main lounge in The New Hall available with a microwave and refrigerator for resident use.
Detailed instructions regarding Interterm hall and room access issues as well as relocation times for relocating residents will be sent via email at the end of the fall semester to students who have properly secured Interterm housing from the Office of Student Life. Current student apartment residents remaining for the spring term may remain in their assigned apartments for Interterm.
Interterm residents in temporary rooms will later relocate back to their assigned spring rooms on Saturday, January 19, 2013. All halls will reopen for the spring semester on Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 8:00 a.m. Food service for the spring term resumes with dinner that same evening.