Lenoir Hall

Housing and Dining

Text:
Increase font size
Decrease font size

On-Campus Residence Halls: Living in a residence hall has the advantage of being close to classrooms, laboratories, libraries, computer facilities, and dining halls, as well as recreational and athletic activities. Portions of Olde Campus Upper and Lower Quads will be used this year for Summer School.

The Department of Housing and Residential Education provides on-campus housing for those students who have officially enrolled in summer classes or special programs. The rates per Summer 2014 session are: Session I: Double room with air: $846.00; Session II: Double room with air: $846.00; Maymester: Double room with air $412.00. Students can download a housing application from the Department of Housing and Residential Education (http://housing.unc.edu) beginning in early March. Assignments are made in the order applications are received. Room rent charges are posted to your student account.  A $50.00 cancellation charge incurs if the application is canceled prior to the halls opening.  Students are notified of room and roommate assignments in early May. Email housing@unc.edu if you have questions.

New Policy: On April 15 and on May 1, all housing applications will be verified against registration data to ensure housing applicants are enrolled in summer classes. Applications will be cancelled if student is not enrolled on these dates and the student account will be charged $50.00. Students are urged to register for summer classes prior to completing a housing application.

Off-Campus Housing: Rooms, apartments, and houses are available. Check local newspapers for listings. If you are considering off-campus housing, visit the property and make arrangements in person.

Granville Towers: Granville Towers is a privately-owned and University-approved community of air-conditioned halls located adjacent to the UNC campus and Franklin Street. Summer 2014 rates for room and board are $1,317 per person per session for double occupancy in a Traditional Double room. The Franklin room is $1,783 per person per session for single occupancy. The Rameses room is $1,998 per person per session for single occupancy. Fifteen meals to our on-site dining facility, The Agora, are included each week with each room type. Weekly bathroom cleaning service, cable TVs in lounges, a swimming pool, a basketball court, and a fitness center are also included. Students have access to a community kitchen as well as a 24-hour quiet study lounge! Parking permits are available for $85 per session. For further information contact Granville Towers, 2100 Granville Towers South, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 (919)370-4500. Email (salesgranville@edrtrust.com); website (www.granvilletowers.com).

Carolina Dining Services (1.800.UNC.MEAL): Whether you are looking for a snack, cup of coffee, or complete meal, Carolina Dining Services has it! The following locations will be serving Monday through Friday throughout the summer: North Campus – Alpine Bagel, Wendy’s, Mainstreet in Lenoir Hall; South Campus – Rams Head Market, Tar Heal Café, Café McColl, Subway and The Beach. Rams Head Dining Hall will be open for limited hours for camp services. Check our website www.dining.unc.edu for exact hours of operation.

Carolina Dining Services suggests that students put $300 per summer school session on their UNC OneCard Expense account to pay for dining while on campus.

-Savings: You save North Carolina sales tax on all Carolina Dining food purchases when you use Expense instead of cash or credit.

-Convenience: You never have to worry about carrying cash.

Need something delivered? We’ve got you covered. For delivery to your residence hall, please visit www.dining.unc.edu/DiningLocations/OnlineDelivery. Perfect for any late night craving!

To sign up for Expense go to www.onecard.unc.edu

To learn more about campus dining visit www.dining.unc.edu