All forms must be submitted online or returned to the Office of Housing, Residential Living, and Dining.
Students will be housed in Ruddock Hall.
The Ruddock first floor office (courtyard entrance) will serve as the check-in point.
Cable television and Internet access will be available at no additional cost to summer residents. Find more information about Internet access on the RESNET website. Find information on what to bring in our frequently asked questions.
Eligibility for housing and dining services is limited to students registered for coursework and to IUP employees.
The university reserves the right to adjust the housing and/or meal fee before or during the agreement period by action of the Council of Trustees. Fees indicated are estimates. Actual costs will be available in May. Payment of meal fees should be made according to university billing due dates or in full if the agreement is signed after the payment deadline.
Students not charged for a meal plan on the University Billing Statement must do one of the following:
The Dining Service Agreement is a binding legal agreement between the university and the individual student. Meals provided under this contract are for the contract holder only.
Meals will be served at Folger Hall.
To obtain release from the summer dining service agreement after signing or to change meal plans, the student must submit a written request to the Office of Housing, Residential Living, and Dining no later than 4:00 p.m. on the first day of registered coursework. This request may be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests sent to any other office will not be accepted.
Meal hours and dining service locations may be adjusted by the university upon notification or in cases of emergency. Dishes, silverware, and food may not be removed from the dining facilities; diners must return their dishes, and utensils to the designated collection area in the dining facility. Only I-Cards valid for meal service may be used for entrance to the dining halls; they may not be altered or used by another student. As stated in The Source student handbook, alteration or misuse of the I-Card is subject to fines of up to $25 and other disciplinary action. I-Card problems related to dining service should be reported to the Meal Card office in Foster Dining Hall at 724-357-2347 or the housing office. Lost or damaged I-Cards can be replaced at the HUB.
Students withdrawing from the university during Summer Sessions will forfeit a portion of the dining service charges in accordance with the IUP Refund Policy. No refunds will be granted unless formal withdrawal from IUP has been initiated. Students who are suspended from classes, residence halls, and/or dining halls will receive a reduction of fees in accordance with the above schedule. Refunds will not be made for meals missed during the agreement period.
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