Each summer, University Housing offers on-campus housing accommodations to degree-seeking students from other universities who are completing an internship or co-op in the greater Raleigh area. Our goal is to provide convenient, affordable accommodations for students from around the country and globe who are advancing their education through summer activities like internships, co-ops, research, or employment. NC State University students should submit an application for Summer Housing via MyPack Portal, available from mid-March. Summer Intern housing is reserved for students who are not presently enrolled in an NC State degree program.
2021 Summer Intern Housing:
Saturday, May 22, 2021 until Saturday, July 31, 2021
Registration is NOW OPEN!
Create your Iris account and submit your Intern Housing request online using the link below.
The required minimum stay to be eligible for Intern Housing is 30 consecutive nights. We can accommodate arrivals beginning no earlier than 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 22, 2021. All interns must have fully vacated their summer housing assignment by 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 31, 2021. We are unable to offer on-campus housing for any dates which fall outside of this date range.
Use the link found at the bottom of this page to submit your Intern Housing application. If you have questions regarding Intern Housing, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Intern Housing charges are billed at a nightly rate of $23.50 per person and are due in advance of your arrival at NC State.
Interns are housed together in the Wolf Village Apartments on NC State’s main campus. Each fully-furnished apartment contains four private bedrooms, two shared bathrooms, a living room, full kitchen, and a washer/dryer unit. The apartment complex features a fitness room, service desk, volleyball courts and a Wolfline bus stop for quick access to other areas of campus. Basic utilities, wireless internet, and cable TV are also included in the housing rate.
To be eligible for Intern Housing at NC State, an individual must be enrolled in a post-secondary degree program at an accredited college or university. Students who live in Intern Housing come to NC State from across the United States or around the globe. To help students develop a sense of community, our summer staff members provide regular programs for visiting students.