Winter Housing 2018-19
Winter housing is available (pending application approval) for students who demonstrate a need to remain at Reed during winter break.
Priority will be given to students experiencing financial and/or housing insecurity and students who call another country home. Winter housing is not meant to serve as temporary lodging between a student’s travels.
Students must complete an application to be considered for winter housing.
Applications will be available through IRIS on Friday, October 5 and are due Sunday, October 28.
Applications will be reviewed by a committee that includes Julie Maxfield (Associate Dean of Students), Dana Lawson (Assistant Dean of Students for International Student Services), David Ochoa (Interim Director of the Health & Counseling Center), and Jess Kelly (Assistant Director of Financial Aid); please note, NO INFORMATION contained in HCC records will be shared with the committee, unless you request it and provide written authorization to share HCC records. Please contact the HCC if you have questions.
Students must sign a housing contract and an acknowledgment of resources available during winter break to be eligible for winter housing.
Students who stay in winter housing are charged a flat fee of $250, due Wednesday, December 12. Students who are unable to pay the $250 may be charged on a sliding scale. This is determined by the Winter Housing Committee during application review. Students also have the option to apply for an emergency loan by working with Business Office. Please contact the Business Office for questions regarding emergency loans.
|October 5: Applications available through IRIS|
|October 28: Applications due by
|November 2: Students informed of application status via email|
|November 9: Accepted students must confirm their acceptance|
|December 10: Deadline to cancel winter housing contract|
|December 11: Winter housing payment due|
Students accepted to winter housing live in their academic year room.
Winter House Advisers
Winter HAs are available to help students with problems they may encounter. They will also be around to help coordinate fun activities and help with maintenance issues. Winter HAs will be determined in early November.
Food services are extremely limited during winter break. Students should plan to provide their own food.
The Community Safety office is open all of winter break, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. CSOs will be checking up on the residential buildings frequently throughout the winter break to ensure safety and security. Please help them out by reporting anything that is out of the ordinary. Just dial "0" from any campus phone to reach them or 503/771-1112 from anywhere. There will also be fire alarm testing in the residence halls over winter break.