Move-in July 9th or 10th. Move-out August 6th or 7th
*linen packages are optional, but if not arranged through the housing provider, students are responsible for bringing or buying their own.
University Dorms (available for the July IAPS only!)
Each student will have a private bedroom in a shared apartment with a kitchen. There will be 2 or 3 people in each apartment.
|Room||Linens*||Total (for 28 nights)|
|$55 per night||$110||$1, 650|
Students should register and pay online. Register HERE.
Typically suites for 3-4 people. Shared bathroom with one other person and shared kitchen/common spaces for 3-4 people.
To apply, email: Staci Erling, SErling@americancampus.com Note that you are a student in the UPenn ELP one-month summer program.
|Private - 2022||$1,250||$250||$1, 500|
|Shared* - 2022||$ 950||$250||$1, 200|
*There is a 5-foot privacy wall between bed spaces.
Pod-style suites. Each student has a private bedroom. Kitchen and bathrooms are shared.
To apply, email Sam Belaid, firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that you are a student in the UPenn ELP one-month summer program.
|Application fee (per student)||Room||Linens*||Total|
Homestay Matching Service
StudentRoomStay - Fill out the form on this page to start your application. At the bottom of the page, choose the box for Host Family Matching Service.
Application/matching fee is $300.
Guaranteed placement within 30 days.
Weekly rates $275-$340. Rates vary depending on meal plan choice.
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