Top Housing Questions this Month:
Q: What if I am not returning for winter quarter?
A: Complete the housing release request through the myHousing Portal, last day to move-out date for students not returning is December 14th by noon.
Q: Can I stay on-campus during winter break?
A: Juniors and Seniors must sign-up in advance through the myHousing Portal. Freshmen and Sophomores are not eligible but may apply. (see below for full policy). Building access will be removed for any students not approved to stay.
Are you dreading the idea of spending so much time at home over winter break? Would you rather do something meaningful with your time? (You can only watch so much Netflix, afterall…) If so, take part in the Home for the Holidays Immersion from Dec. 16 - 20th. On this immersion, you'll learn all about homelessness in Seattle and get connected with amazing activists doing incredible work. If you're interested, act fast - the deadline to apply is Tuesday, Dec. 3rd. The $100 registration fee covers your food, lodging, transportation, and all materials for the experience. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. Register now: http://www.seattleu.edu/csce/programs/immersions/info/
Winter Break is from Saturday, December 14th at noon through Saturday January 4th, 2013, at times the entire campus will be closed, and staff and services will be extremely limited.
Juniors and Seniors (must be two years post high school graduation): Must apply to stay on-campus during winter break through the myHousing Portal no later than November 29th. Failure to sign-up will result in loss of building access, and loss of ability to stay on-campus.
Freshmen and Sophomores (less than two years post high school graduation): can apply for winter break housing, these requests are only evaluated based on needs regarding special academic situations, international travel conflicts or SU-related employment. If you are approved for reasons outside of University related activity there will be a charge of $25/day or $75/week. Fill out the Winter Occupancy form through the myHousing Portal.
Take 5 minutes to complete a survey regarding the molly and marijuana poster campaign in the residence halls and around campus.
Once you complete the survey, you will be entered to win a prize pack (SU Swag, local gift card) from Wellness and Health Promotion. You can access the survey at: http://studentvoice.com/su/mollymarijuanapostercampaign. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Brendon Soltis at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206)220-8561.