Summer Intern Housing

Summer Intern Housing

Intern housing is available for anyone who has an internship in the area and would like summer housing.

It will be offered from May 19 to August 4, 2018. We do not allow move-in to the residence halls prior to May 19 for summer interns, and you do not have to stay the entire time. As long as your dates fit within our scheduled time frame, let us know when you need housing and we will pro-rate the amount.

To move in on May 19, 2018, the priority application deadline is Friday, May 4, 2018. All items must be in to the Student Life Director by this date.


Email to request an application. 

What You Need to Know

Rooms are reserved upon:

  • Receipt of your application and valid state driver’s license or Passport
  • $220 deposit + $1,055 down for partial payment OR $220 deposit + $2,110 for full payment (Total cost for summer housing $2,330)
  • Valid meningitis shot record (unless you are 23 years of age or older)
  • Cleared background check (Anyone with a conviction for a felony, Class A Misdemeanor or Class B Misdemeanor, or pending charges at this level are ineligible to live on campus).

Room space is confirmed upon receipt of deposit, application, and passing your background check. You will receive a confirmation email. Based on availability all rooms are double occupancy; if there is space for single rooms there will be a $500 charge for a private room added to your account. All Interns are housed with another summer intern based on gender.

The $200 deposit will NOT be refunded if:

  • If you sign a contract with us to move in and do not fulfill your contract
  • If you find other housing options and do not request your refund in writing prior to June 1
  • Do not follow proper check out procedures
  • Leave your room without cleaning it properly
  • Room damage not previously reported
  • Any other reasons listed in the housing rules and regulations.

Campus Housing Rules for Residence Halls (pdf)


All residents are required to provide a receipt of FULL payment to the front desk of the residence hall at check-in time. Please plan accordingly with the summer hours at Midland College.

The summer hours are Monday – Thursday, 7:30 am to 5:30 pm. The cashier’s office can be reached at (432) 685-4531.

FULL PAYMENT must be received prior to move in.


All residents, including summer interns are expected to check-out properly as advised by the residence hall manager. Anyone who does not follow proper check-out procedures will be fined according to the housing rules and regulations, and Midland College reserves the right to any paid housing fees that might be refunded, depending on the time of move-out based on the records of your proper check-out. It may be based upon damages and other items that are assessed upon move-out.

The total cost for summer intern housing is $2,330.

The fee includes $20 background check fee,  a non-refundable$200 deposit, and $2,110 housing use charge.

Housing costs include: room, utilities, and cable. Laundry facilities are located in the residence halls. Meals are not included.

The Jack E. Brown Dining Hall is open during the summer.

Dining Hall Hours

Breakfast 7 - 10 am
Lunch  11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Dinner 5 - 6:30 pm

Jack E. Brown Dining Hall

Midland College residence halls do not provide any creature comforts, including daily housekeeping services or toiletries for residents. Please come prepared, and bring the following items.

For the Room:

  • Alarm clock
  • Blanket, quilt, or comforter
  • Light cleaning products
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Personal electronics
  • Pillows and linens

For the Bathroom:

  • Bathroom floor mats
  • Personal care products (hair dryer, curling iron, hot rollers, etc.)
  • Towels and wash cloths
  • Toilette tissue

For the Laundry:

  • Laundry basket or bag
  • Detergent, bleach, softener, etc.
  • Rolls of quarters for the washers (75¢) and dryers (75¢)

Miscellaneous Items to Consider Bringing:

  • Can opener
  • Microwave
  • Percolator, coffee maker (no open coffee pot warmer)
  • Refrigerator (not full size)
  • Surge protectors
  • Television/DVD
  • Computer
  • Two-slice toaster

Due to Fire Laws, These Items Are Not Allowed:

  • Candles (not even if they are for decoration)
  • Cappuccino makers
  • Coffee makers with open coffee pot warmer
  • Coffee pots
  • Crock Pots
  • Cup warmers
  • Electric Skillets
  • Extension cords
  • Halogen Light Fixtures
  • Hot plates/Hot pots
  • Incense/Potpourri burners (either with candle or electric plug)
  • Popcorn poppers (unless made for microwave)
  • Portable burners (w/coil heating element or gas)
  • Soldering irons
  • Toaster ovens



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