Loyola offers housing for college students working in Baltimore City or the surrounding area during the summer. The housing is open to all students currently registered in an undergraduate or graduate program and pursuing an internship in Baltimore. Students do not have to be studying at Loyola, but enrollment and internship verification are required.
Housing for interns is provided in Rahner Village, which offers both single and double units. These townhomes make it easy for students working in Baltimore for a short period of time over the summer to experience condominium style living for a low price. There's no need for your interns to struggle to find short-term housing or pay an exorbitant amount of money to apartment complexes for short leases. Loyola has the perfect place for your interns to call home!
Accommodations at Rahner Village are fully-furnished, air conditioned, townhomes on Loyola's Baltimore campus. These townhomes include a full kitchen, washer and dryer in unit, and WiFi. Townhome living with two or three bedrooms per unit for up to three students. Rahner houses also include a small backyard with each residence. There are four townhome blocks: Bokel Ct., Crowson Ave., Gallagher Ct., and Tantallion Ct.
Townhomes are available Saturday, May 29, 2021 through Saturday, August 14, 2021. Spaces are still available, contact BaltimoreSummer@loyola.edu for more information, or apply for housing today below.
There is a mandatory security deposit of $1,146.00 refunded by Sept. 15, and cannot be used toward payment of living expenses. Interns can also rent on a monthly basis but no prorating can be applied. Loyola requires that students sharing a condo must be the same gender.
- Individual bedroom cost per person for non-Loyola students is $3,411.00
- Individual bedroom cost per person for Loyola students is $3465.00 (includes housing extension and early move-in to Fall housing)
It is a requirement of the university that all summer residents be vaccinated and past 14 days of their final dose before moving onto campus. Proof of vaccination will be required. Additionally, summer residents will need to provide a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of move-in.
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