Wintersession Eligibility 2013
Wintersession 2013 Housing Eligibility Policy
Only approved students will be allowed to return to campus for Wintersession 2013 and be assigned temporary housing in one of three designated Wintersession residence halls. This memo provides greater detail about the housing eligibility policy.
Students will be permitted to return for Wintersession housing only if they meet one of the following eligibility requirements:
1. Students in programs that require their presence on campus (i.e. Madeline Albright Institute, Winter Theatre, winter varsity athletic teams).
2. Students whose current academic work requires their presence on campus (i.e. students enrolled in on-campus Wintersession classes, approved thesis students).
3. Student employees in positions deemed essential to conducting the business of the College.
4. International students needing housing for the entire period between Dec. 22, 2012 until Jan. 26, 2013 will be given priority. All other international students will be placed on a waiting list and housed as space becomes available. In the past we have been able to accommodate all international student requests.
More questions? See below:
*For students doing research - Requests for Wintersession housing must be approved by the faculty member who is overseeing the program or research. Students should complete the request form found at http://www.wellesley.edu/registrar/registration/wintersession obtain the signature of their faculty member, and submit the form to the Registrar’s Office by November 20, 2012.
*For students who are working in essential positions on campus, requests should be submitted by the sponsoring staff or faculty member to Diane O’Leary, Assistant Director of Housing and Transportation.
*International students should contact Kris Niendorf, Assistant Dean of Students, Director of Residential and Campus Life with the dates that they need housing.
*Any questions regarding this housing policy can be sent to either Peter Eastment, Director of Housing and Transportation or Kris Niendorf. Questions regarding academic reasons for staying for Wintersession should contact Carol Shanmugarantnam, Registrar and Assistant Dean of the College.
All students will be housed in Bates, McAfee, and Freeman. Students who have been approved to return will be added to the Wintersession Housing Google group. All other residence halls will be closed on December 22, 2012 at 5pm and reopen on January 26, 2013 at 9am.