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Summer housing information

Augustana College's summer program was developed to provide housing for Augustana students and interns studying and working in the Quad Cities.

For more information, contact Residential Life.

Erickson Hall
Erickson Hall

Furnishings include:

  • Twin, extra-long bed
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Overhead lighting
  • Wi-fi
  • Windows with blinds
  • Air-conditioning
  • Microwave/refrigerator combo units are available to rent for the summer for $100. To place an order, please visit no later than Friday, May 24.

The extra-long mattresses are 36" x 80". You can find extra-long bedding at most major department stores.

Housing for interns

For 2024, Augustana College will offer intern housing beginning June 1 and ending Aug. 10.

Double and single occupancy rooms are available for summer housing. Each floor of the residence hall has one communal restroom.

Augustana students will receive their summer housing room assignment the week of May 13. Intern check-in will take place on Saturday, June 1, at Erickson Hall (3151 12th Ave). Interns will need to pay for their first four weeks of rent with cash or check when they arrive.

Housing for Augustana students

Augustana students will be housed in Erickson D-wing during the summer. Double and single occupancy rooms are available.

Augustana students will receive their summer housing room assignment the week of May 13.

Those living on campus in the spring will be allowed to move directly to their summer assignment once the room is clean. Those not currently on campus can move in on June 1.

Those living on campus in the fall will be allowed to move directly to their fall assignment in August. Those who are not living on campus in the fall should plan to move out no later than Aug. 10.

Application process

Summer housing applications will be available in March 2024.

Application for non-Augustana student interns

Application for Augustana students. Log in and select the Summer 2024 application.

Applications must be received by noon on Friday, May 10, to receive a housing assignment the week of May 13. Late applicants will be offered housing on a space-available basis.


Single: $160 per week
Double: $120 per week

Augustana summer student employees will be charged a discounted rate. Contact the Office of Residential Life for more information. 

Interns will be asked to pay their first four weeks payment at the time of check-in. We can accept cash or checks (payable to Augustana College). Augustana students can have summer housing fees applied directly to their student accounts.

Check-in information

Starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 1, interns can pick up keys for summer housing at Erickson Hall, located at 3151 12th Avenue. Interns will need to bring a photo ID and a check or cash for four weeks of rent.


The PepsiCo Recreation Center (309-794-7705), with a weight room, exercise equipment and indoor track, is open limited hours in summer.

The library has several computer workstations available for use.

The Brew by the Slough, with a variety of coffee and specialty beverages is open. It also serves pastries, sandwiches and salads.

Mail is not delivered to individual campus buildings. Because the campus mailroom closes at 3 p.m. Monday-Friday in the summer, we recommend that your personal mail be sent to your employer. If this is not feasible, please contact the Office of Residential Life.

Free parking is available nearby for those with summer housing assignments.

There is a large communal kitchen available for all summer residents to share in the basement of Erickson. Residents storing food in the communal kitchen do so at their own risk and are encouraged to clearly label all of their items. 

Community living policies

We expect residents to be considerate of you roommates and neighbors. Quiet hours are observed each weekday after 10 p.m. and on weekends after midnight.

Residents must ask for the approval of roommates before inviting an overnight guest. Guest stays are limited to 48 consecutive hours.

Smoking, vaping and tobacco use are strictly prohibited inside the building.

Fire and safety regulations prohibit the use of some types of appliances. As a general guideline, appliances rated over 6 amps (700 watts), with the exception of computers, are not permitted. Small toasters and toaster ovens, and cookware with exposed heating elements are restricted to use in the kitchen.

You will be asked to complete a room inventory when you check in. You will be held responsible for any damages you cause and your employer may be notified of any unjustifiable damages. Residents of each room will be held mutually accountable for all unassignable damages that occur. These charges will be divided among residents.


You are expected to keep the room clean throughout your stay, and to clean up after yourself when you use the communal kitchens and other shared areas of the building.

Work orders

Work orders can be submitted online. Please include detailed information about the request and a contact phone number. Work orders can be submitted for a variety of issues including appliances and lighting, as well as any problems that may occur with insects or other pests. As much as we hope everything will remain working properly, repairs occasionally arise.

Laundry facilities

Laundry machines are located in each building. The cost is $1.25 per wash and $1.25 per dry.

Please report any problems with the machines to the Office of Residential Life, 309-794-2686.

Items to bring

Bed linens and mattress pad
Cooking utensils
Computer (network access is provided)
Cleaning supplies
Clothes basket or bag
Clothes hangers
Desk and bed lamps (halogen bulbs are not permitted; compact fluorescent bulbs or LED bulbs are encouraged)
Eating utensils
First aid supplies
Laundry supplies
Toiletries container
Towels and washcloths
Umbrella or rain gear

Other things to consider

Bicycles: If you bring a bicycle, you may not keep it in the stairwell or hallways of the apartment. Bikes stored outside should be chained and padlocked. Motorized bikes must be kept outdoors.

Computers: If you bring a computer, Wi-Fi and wired internet access is available. More information about specifications for the types of cables required for network connections is available upon request. You will be provided with guest log-in information at check-in.

Things NOT to bring

Air conditioners
Alcoholic beverages (if you are under the age of 21)
Electrical appliances rated over 6 amps or 700 watts (except computers)
Firearms, weapons, fireworks
Grills (park grills are available on the grounds nearby)
Halogen lamps
Illegal drugs
Incense or heated potpourri pots
Large power tools
Lighter fluid or other flammable materials
Pets (only small fish are permitted)

Medical care

Unity Point Express Care, 106 19th Ave., Suite 103, Moline; 309-764-6006

Unity Point Medical Center East Campus, 501 10th Ave., Moline; 309-779-5000

Trinity Rock Island, 2701 17th St., Rock Island; 309-779-5000


Residential Life

Call 309-794-2686

Text 309-249-8008

Fax 309-794-7152