On April 20th, the SCU community received an email from the Provost Office confirming that summer 2020 undergraduate instruction would shift to online, and decisions about summer course offerings at the graduate level would be made by each College or School.
In support of virtual learning and to utilize resources safely and efficiently, the university will not house students for summer 2020. The FAQs below address many of the questions you might have about housing. If after reading the full text of this email you have outstanding questions, do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q1. What if I already applied for summer housing? Will I get my prepayment back?
A1. If you have submitted a summer application, send an email to email@example.com, include your full name and campus ID number, and ask for your summer housing application to be canceled. Once this email is received, we will credit your prepayment.
Q2. I am currently living on campus with an exception to stay on campus for Spring 2020. When do I need to check out?
A2. Undergraduate students who were approved for an exception to live on campus for Spring 2020, will need to check out no later than June 11, 2020. Graduate students will need to check out by June 30, 2020, and Law students will need to check out by May 31, 2020. [NOTE: moves will occur in compliance with shelter-in-place guidelines]
Q3. What if I am graduating?
A3. Students who are completing their degrees in Spring 2020 must move out by the stated deadlines.
Q4. What if I need to store belongings over the summer?
A4. Bronco Storage is scheduled to be on campus in June to provide storage options to SCU students. Please refer to the Bronco Storage website for more information regarding storage services and to make a reservation. For students moving out in May, Bronco Storage can provide service by appointment. Please refer to the Bronco Storage website for more information regarding storage services and to make a reservation.