Summer Intern Housing

student at Hunt Library

Each summer University Housing offers on-campus housing accommodations to degree-seeking students who are taking a class or completing an internship/co-op in the local area. Our goal is to provide convenient, affordable accommodations for students from around the country and globe who are advancing their education through summer activities like classes, co-ops, internships and research.

Interns are housed together in the Wolf Village Apartment Complex on campus. Each fully-furnished apartment contains two full bathrooms, four single bedrooms, a living room, full kitchen and a washer/dryer unit. The apartment complex features a fitness room, 24-hour service desk, volleyball courts and a Wolfline bus stop for quick access to other areas of campus. Basic utilities and cable in the living room are also included in the housing rate.

Students who live in Intern Housing come from as far away as the University of Southern California and as close as Wake Forest University. To help students develop a sense of community, our summer staff members provide bi-weekly programs for the visiting students.

The summer season kicks off with a Memorial Day cookout. This is a great way for interns to mix, mingle and meet students from other universities and disciplines. Other programs include recreational activities, ice cream socials, game nights and a trip to downtown Raleigh for the July Fourth celebration.

 

Look for additional details in Spring 2016!