Housing Information for Summer Program Students
Summer Program Applicants
Pre-College and Visiting Undergraduate Students enrolled in a residential summer program will indicate need for their housing on their application to our residential programs (Discover Hopkins, Mini-Term, Summer University, and EducationUSA Academy).
Visiting Researchers and Interns
Visiting Researchers and Interns please complete the housing form (coming soon) if you are anticipating living on campus in the Summer. It is imperative that the form is filled out completely and accurately. Please email completed forms to Rita Trulinos at firstname.lastname@example.org. Limited housing available.
McCoy Hall (Pre-College)
Location: 3339 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218
Capacity: approx. 510
Accommodations: Suites comprised of two or three bedrooms (each bedroom has single, double, or triple occupancy), that share a bathroom and kitchenette; air conditioned building.
A security office is on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the main lobby. Guests must sign in and be escorted into the building by a resident host.
- Office of Residential Life on the first floor
- A common space on the terrace level
- A laundry facility
- A music practice room
- A bike room with limited storage space (for Wolman and McCoy residents only)
- A social lounge only
- A lounge on each floor provides the Residential Life staff and floor residents space where social activities and study breaks can occur
- Residents in each wing share a common lounge equipped with comfortable chairs, couches, and a color TV and VCR/DVD.
- 24/7 Security Guard in the lobby entrance
Virtual Room Renderings
- Room 616 double/Double Decorated Aerial View
- Room 616 Double/Double Undecorated Aerial View
- Room 616A Double Room Decorated View
Charles Commons (18+)
Location: 3301 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218
Capacity: approx. 600
Accommodations: Two and four person suites, all single rooms; air conditioned building
Charles Commons, completed in the Fall of 2006, is comprised of two buildings connected by a glass bridge and offers the widest variety of amenities in campus housing. Designed to be a hub of student life, just over 600 residents enjoy suite style living within fully furnished two or four person units.
Every resident has their own private room and shares a kitchenette with their suitemates. All four person and most two person suites also include a furnished living room. Within two person suites, residents share one bathroom and within four person suites residents share two bathrooms in the unit. Each two person suite is equipped with a small kitchenette which has a compact refrigerator, sink, and two stovetop burners. Four person suites have the same amenities with the bonus of a full sized rather than compact refrigerator.
Residents in each wing share a common lounge equipped with comfortable chairs, couches, and a color TV with cable. A security officer is on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on the third floor bridge between the two buildings. All residents must pass through security turnstiles in order to access the residential floors of the buildings. Guests must sign in and be escorted into the building by a resident host. The Charles Common’s mailroom is conveniently located just inside the entrance of the Charles Building.
- Cable ready and internet accessible rooms
- A game room featuring a ping-pong table, and Wii game consoles
- A fitness room
- Laundry facilities
- A computer cluster with computers and printers
- Barnes and Noble Booksellers – University Bookstore featuring Starbucks Coffee café.
- Charles Commons Mailroom
- A community kitchen
- Group study lounge and private study rooms
Virtual Room Renderings
- Room 505 Four Person Suite Decorated Aerial View
- Room 505 Four Person Suite Undecorated Aerial View
- Room 505 Four Person Suite Decorated Cutaway
- Room 909 Two Person Suite Decorated Aerial View
- Room 909 Two Person Suite Undecorated Aerial View
- Room 909 Two Person Suite Decorated Cutaway