*The due date for applications for DigiPen Housing (Fall 2016/Spring 2017) is June 1st, 2016. Students applying after June 1st will be put on a waiting list and placed in DigiPen Housing or temporary housing on an as-space basis (prioritized by completed application date including $300 housing deposit). Students who we are unable to be placed are eligible for a full refund of their housing deposit.
DigiPen Housing offers apartment-style housing to a limited number of undergraduate and graduate students, as well as those enrolled in summer courses at DigiPen or Singaporean students participating in the Overseas Immersion Program. Assignments are based on application deadlines and availability, and housing is not guaranteed for all applicants.
Questions about DigiPen Housing? See if they're answered in the FAQ page!
DigiPen Housing is a great option for students who are living away from home for the first time. We provide a safe and comfortable living environment for students, offer management services that allow students to focus on their studies, and employ qualified, well-trained staff who enjoy working with students. DigiPen Housing offers numerous benefits over other housing options, including:
See Housing Amenities for a complete list of furnishings and services that DigiPen Housing offers.
Summer 2016 housing costs are dependent upon when a student completes their application and how long the student is staying within DigiPen Housing.
If a student completes their application (including $300 deposit) prior to April 1st, 2016 the fees are:
If a student completes their application (including $300 deposit) after March 31st, 2016 the fees are:
Beginning in the 2016-2017 Academic Year, DigiPen Housing LLC’s housing fees are based on upon a student’s housing placement. Please see the information below to see the differences in Housing Costs:
Students are billed once per semester, and must pay according to one of two schedules depending on whether they receive financial aid.
For students not receiving financial aid:
For students receiving financial aid:
This housing agreement is for eight months. Residents who break this contract will be charged a termination fee equal to two months’ rent and will not receive a refund of their deposit. Payment and payment questions should be directed to Carol Keating (phn: 425 629 5054, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, fax: 425.558.0378 with "Care of Carol Keating" on message.)
The DSS Office and DigiPen Housing, LLC work together to make sure that students with disabilities have equal access to DigiPen’s housing resources. Students who wish to request housing accommodations - such as a wheelchair accessible room, single-use bathroom, service or therapy animal, and/or a visual alarm - should notify the DSS Office and DigiPen Housing, LLC. It is the responsibility of the student with disabilities to make their housing accommodation request and complete intake with DSS at least four weeks in advance of the closing of the housing registration process, or as soon as a need for accommodation is determined. On-campus housing is limited; requests for housing accommodations are considered on a space-available basis.
The review of documentation and intake process to determine eligibility for housing accommodations may take up to 4 weeks. The failure to submit a request or to provide the appropriate supporting documentation in a timely manner may result in a delay in implementation of housing accommodations. DigiPen Housing LLC may not be able to accommodate late requests due to limited availability of housing options, even if there is a recommendation from DSS. Please visit the DSS Office website for more information on how to become registered with the DSS Office by completing the intake appointment and submitting the necessary documentation paperwork.
The Student Housing Council is an elected body of residents that meets regularly to discuss the concerns of current residents and community members. Those concerns are then addressed by the residential community or taken to DigiPen Housing LLC staff for further discussion. The Student Housing Council is also responsible for planning at least two events a semester that bring the residential community together. Residents are encouraged to get involved with the Student Housing Council and attend all sponsored events. More information regarding the Student Housing Council and the election process will be provided at New Resident Orientation.
DigiPen Housing LLC requires residents to submit proof of vaccinations for Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) and the Tetanus-Diphtheria booster. The Tetanus-Diptheria booster must have been administered within the 10 years. Paperwork should be mailed to: DigiPen Institute of Technology, ATTN: Housing Vaccinations, 9931 Willows Rd NE, Redmond, WA 98052, or scanned and e-mailed to email@example.com no later than August 1, 2016.
Based on America College Health Association (ACHA) guidelines, DigiPen Housing LLC also recommends residents be vaccinated against Meningococcal Quadrivalent (A,C,Y,W-135), Polio, Varicella, Pertussis, Human Papillomavirus Vaccine, Tuberculosis (TB), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Influenza, and Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine-23 valent.
If you have any questions about DigiPen Housing, email housing(at)digipen(dot)edu.
*DigiPen Housing, LLC, is a company that serves the DigiPen Institute of Technology community by providing a limited amount of housing for students, including students from the Singapore campus participating in the Overseas Immersion Program.
Housing is not guaranteed for all applicants.
For existing students or those not seeking housing through DigiPen Housing LLC, DigiPen offers the following additional housing resources: