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2014 Summer Intern Housing Application

 
 
Submit the following form to apply
for Northeastern University summer intern housing.*
 
 
Detailed program information can be found here.
 
 
Northeastern will inform you of next steps
if/when your application has been approved.
 
 
 
PLEASE NOTE:
-- Step 7 of this application requires the uploading of enrollment and employment documentation.
-- Housing is avialable on a first-come/first-served basis.
-- A $200 non-refundable deposit (applied to your final housing balance) is required to reserve your housing choice.
-- Northeasastern will accommodate your first choice of housing if available at the time of your deposit.
-- If your first choice cannot be accommdated, Northeastern will contact you to confirm your secondary option.
-- If Northeastern considers your application incomplete or if your housing payment is not made in full by April 30, 2014 (or within 14 days of your application approval, whichever comes later), Northeastern will release your housing choice, consider your application inactive, and you will forfeit your deposit.
  
 
*Northeastern students are not eligible for this program;
summer housing is available for Northeastern students through the Department of Housing & Residential Life.

Step 1: Personal Information

 

Step 2: Emergency Contact

Step 3: Arrival & Departure

 
Summer intern housing is available May 25 - August 16, 2014,
intended for stays of at least 4 weeks in duration. 
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Step 4: Housing Preferences

Step 5: Roommate Considerations

PLEASE NOTE: since you selected “No,” you will not receive your co-residents' contact information either.
 
The following roommate matching survey is optional;
we use it to assist with pairing roommates in double occupancy assignments.

Step 6: Additional Services

Northeastern offers the following optional services
for its summer intern housing program participants.

Step 7: Required Documentation

Applicants for Northeastern’s summer intern housing program must provide the following:

 

1.  Written verification of enrollment at an accredited college or university (i.e., degree audit, official/unofficial transcript, class schedule or letter/email confirmation from student advisor).


 
2.  Written verification that you are taking part in an internship or research position in the Boston area (i.e., official hire letter or email confirmation from employer/supervisor).

 

Step 8: Terms & Conditions

Any individual living in a Northeastern University facility must conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the University's expectations, as stated in the Guide to Residence Hall Living, the Student Handbook, and the Residence Hall and Dining License Agreement (which will be provided upon check-in).
Furthermore, all participants in Northeastern University's 2014 summer intern housing program must review and agree to the 2014 Summer Intern License Agreement.
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