2016-17 Winter Break Housing

Sign up for Winter Break housing is available now. KU Student Housing communities do not close for Fall Break, Thanksgiving, or Spring Break. Residents may stay in Student Housing during winter break by signing up through the myKU portal. The amount will be billed to your Enroll & Pay account after the first of the year.

Three options:

Session 1: December 16, 2016 through January 3, 2017 = $360
                   (Session 1--must purchase a block of 10 meals for $88).
Session 2: January 4, 2017 through January 14, 2017 = $200
Session 3: December 16, 2016 through January 14, 2017 = $580
                   (Session 3--must purchase a block of 10 meals for $88).

You may stay in your room if you are a resident of one of these halls: Ellsworth, Hashinger, Lewis, Templin, Self, Oswald, Oliver. If you live in GSP, Corbin, or the scholarship halls, you may ask to stay in Oliver. All residents who wish to stay must submit a reservation, even if you live in one of the open halls.

DINING:
The Studio Café in Hashinger Hall will be open 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., December 16 through January 3.

The block of 10 meals will be used for Jaywalk Meals, the one-meal-per-day option. Details about Jaywalk Meals at The Studio are available. Options include burger, chef salad, pita and hummus, and pizza. If you've used your Jaywalk Meal for the day, you can use cash, credit card or money on your KU Card for other purchases.

Mrs. E’s opens January 4 with shortened hours when the dining plans begin. The first meal is breakfast. Oliver and North College Café will open January 14 and the first meal is brunch.


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