Winter and summer break housing information
UAF students looking to study, work or play over summer break have the option to live on campus. Listed below are the nightly rates.
Summer Rates: All Summer housing fees are due within seven (7) days of your first night of stay on campus.
- Double Room: $26
- Single Room: $28
- Super-Single: $36
- Double Room: $30
- Single Room: $32
- Super-Single: $40
NOTE: If you are staying with us for less than 30 days, you do not need to pay a housing deposit and a $40.00 processing fee will be placed on your university account along with your summer room charges.
Eligibility: All students residing on campus for Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 are eligible for Winter
Location: The Winter Break Hall(s) will be Moore, Bartlett, Skarland and Cutler. McIntosh residents will be assigned a temporary space in MBS during Winter Break.
Cost: Winter break housing is a flat rate regardless of room type.
Full break: (December 18, 2022-January 13, 2023) $650. There is a $100 discount for students registering for full break housing by November 1, 2022.
Half break: (December 18, 2022-December 30, 2022) or (December 31, 2022-January 13, 2022) $350.
Only current residents of the Cutler Apartment Complex will be permitted to remain in their own room during the break at no additional charge. Students living in Cutler, who are not staying for Spring 2023 semester, must move out by Sunday, December 18, 2022 by Noon.
Residents in Cutler will not be charged to stay over winter break but we ask them to still apply so we know they will be in the facility.
Winter Break Access
Any student without a winter break housing contract who accesses a building during the break period will be assessed, at minimum, the half break rate of $350 and up to the full break rate of $650. In addition, any student who accesses a hall without a winter break housing contract will be referred to the student conduct process.
Thanksgiving and Spring Break Housing
Our halls and apartments are open during Thanksgiving and Spring Break. Many of our residents choose to travel during these times, but we welcome all to stay for free.
No extra charge.
No application required.
Many offices at UAF will experience closures or limited hours during academic breaks. We want to remind everyone about the limited operations of campus during these soft closures and holiday breaks. The UAF Police and Fire Departments will always remain open call 907-474-7721 for immediate assistance.
All students residing on campus are expected to abide by the University of Alaska Fairbanks code of conduct, available in the Student Handbook.
During this low-occupancy period, the Department of Residence Life urges all students, as always, to be mindful of their environment and always lock their doors.