General Capstone Housing Information

All students are responsible for organizing their own housing both during the intensive session and for the capstone experience.   

On Campus Housing for Intensives

Only students with existing on campus housing assignments, in a residence hall or a university-operated Greek House, qualify for transitional housing (housing before or after the regular semester) on campus during the intensive period.

There is a daily rate for transitional housing, contact Residence Life for more information about transitional housing costs.  Transitional housing may not be the same as your regular housing assignment. 

May Intensives

  • Students must have a spring housing assignment in order to qualify for transitional housing during the May intensives.
  • Students must contact Residence Life to arrange for transitional housing and summer housing if necessary.

August Intensives

  • Students must have a fall housing assignment in order to qualify for transitional housing during the August intensives.
  • Students must contact Residence Life to arrange for transitional housing. 

Residence Life Contact Information

https://students.case.edu/living/housing/
housing@case.edu
216-368-3780 

Distance Sites Housing Information

The housing options at each distance site are different based on the site location. At distance sites students often rent an apartment or a room in a house for the duration of their capstone experience. The capstone site preceptors may provide suggestions; however, it is the responsibility of the student to secure the housing.

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