Break Housing

Break Housing Agreement

During break periods, staffing and services in our residential communities are limited. Therefore, in order to maintain necessary security, special policies are in effect above and beyond the College and Residence Life and Housing policies. Be sure to review the Break Housing Agreement before applying for break housing, as residents who receive approval to remain in housing during a break period are responsible for abiding by the protocols stated in this document.

Break Housing Agreement (PDF)

How to Apply for Break Housing

To apply for Break Housing, please complete a Break Housing Application on myhousing.oswego.edu. Applications will be live during the following dates:
     
  • Thanksgiving Break Housing Application: 11/01/22 - 11/18/22
  • Winter Break Housing Application: 11/28/22 - 12/08/22
  • Spring Break Housing Application: 2/27/23 - 3/9/23

Break Housing is not a guarantee and requests are not automatically approved. In the request, students need to provide the reason they need a Break Housing accommodation. Approved reasons typically include students needing to remain on campus to complete an academic or athletic obligation, students experiencing home insecurity, or students whose home address is out of the state or out of the country

Break Housing Rates

*Rates for 2022-2023

           Housing Rates
Break Daily Rate Weekly Rate
Thanksgiving $40 $280
Winter Recess $40 $280
Spring $40 $280
Summer $40 $280

*For students staying in break housing because they are required to be on campus to complete an academic or athletic obligation, etc., housing fees may be charged to the sponsoring department or waived entirely. Additionally, due to the short time duration of Thanksgiving Break, the break housing fees are waived for international students and out of state students.

Break Meal Options

For questions about meal plans during breaks, please contact Auxiliary Services.

Thanksgiving

No Residential Dining Meal service is provided during this period. Students can purchase additional Laker Dining Dollars to use at open on campus retail dining locations or off-campus partners.

Winter

Residential Meal service begins the first day of winter session classes as denoted on the College Calendar in January.

Intersession 2023 Meal Plan Pricing
Date of Arrival Meal Plan (Cost) Total Cost Block Meals Total Laker Dining Dollars included with plan
January 2 - January 5, 2023 Block 20 with $30 Laker Dining Dollars ($220) + Block 20 with $30 Laker Dining Dollars ($220) $440.00 40 $60.00
January 6 - January 10, 2023 Block 20 with $30 Laker Dining Dollars ($220) + Block 10 with $0 Laker Dining Dollars ($110) $330.00 30 $30.00
January 11 - January 15, 2023 Block 20 with $30 Laker Dining Dollars ($220)  $220.00 20

$30.00

Monday, January 16, 2023 $30 Laker Dining Dollars/Day x 4 Days = $120 Laker Dining Dollars $120.00 0 $120.00
Tuesday, January 17, 2023 $30 Laker Dining Dollars/Day x 3 Days = $90 Laker Dining Dollars $90.00 0 $90.00
Wednesday, January 18, 2023 $30 Laker Dining Dollars/Day x 2 Days = $60 Laker Dining Dollars $60.00 0 $60.00
Thursday, January 19, 2023 None required - Meal Plans start at dinner $0.00 0 $0.00

   

Spring

No Residential Dining Meal service is provided during this period. Students can purchase additional Laker Dining Dollars to use at open on campus retail dining locations or off-campus partners.

Summer

Residential Meals Services provided will be a minimum of 2 meals per day on Weekends and up to 3 meals per day on weekdays.  For each 3-week summer session, the student is required to purchase a Block 50 plan (50 meal swipes and a set amount of dining dollars). These meals will roll over from Summer to Fall to Spring if not used along with Laker Dining Dollars.

  

  

  

Summer Housing

Students enrolled in summer sessions have the option to live on campus while they are enrolled in classes.  Students may request housing per session based on their enrollment. Students assigned to summer housing are responsible for all housing and dining fees as listed above. The summer housing application is available at myhousing.oswego.edu. Please reach out to reslife@oswego.edu if you have any questions. 

  • Summer 2022 housing will be located in Johnson Hall.
  • Summer school students will be provided a furnished single room and a refrigerator for the duration of their stay.
  • All students residing in housing must agree to the Summer 2022 Housing License and follow all applicable campus rules and policies. 
  • Students will transition to summer housing on May 14th and transition back to their fall housing assignment on August 7th.

Students not enrolled in summer sessions may request summer housing by emailing us at reslife@oswego.edu. Those requests will be reviewed on a case by case basis and may require additional supporting documentation. Students requesting housing that are not required to be on-campus for classes or departmental sponsored work or research are generally not approved for summer housing.

Information about accommodations for conferences, including affiliated and unaffiliated rates, can be found by visiting Conference Services.

Early Arrival & Late Stay Requests

Students may request to move in or return early to campus at the beginning of each semester or request to move out or stay late at the end of each semester. These requests are not automatically approved and students need to provide the reason they need this accommodation. Approved reasons to arrive early or stay late typically include students needing to be on campus to complete an academic or athletic obligation, students needing to attend a training or provide a service for an on-campus job or position, or students experiencing unavoidable travel conflicts.  
 
The daily rate to arrive early or stay late is $40 for housing and $30 for dining (if the dining halls are serving meals).  For students arriving early or staying late because they are required to be on campus to complete a training, campus service, or other obligation, etc., housing fees may be charged to the sponsoring department or waived entirely.  Staffing and services in our residential communities are limited during these periods. Therefore, in order to maintain necessary security, special policies are in effect above and beyond the College and Residence Life and Housing policies.  Be sure to review the Early Arrival Agreement before submitting a request, as residents who receive approval are responsible for abiding by the protocols stated in this document.
 

How to Request an Early Arrival/Late Stay Accommodation

For early arrival accommodations, please send a request to reslife@oswego.edu at minimum three days before your desired early arrival date.  For late stay accomodations, please send a request to reslife@oswego.edu at minimum three days before the close of the residence halls.
   

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Residence Life and Housing
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Hours
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Monday – Friday

Contact
Phone: 315.312.2246
Fax: 315.312.6329
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