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Last updated: June 15, 2021
North Village Housing Updates
Q. Is housing open for Summer 2021? If so, who can live on campus over the summer?
Yes. Sac State students are eligible to live on campus over the summer break if they are enrolled in Summer Sessions at Sac State, were enrolled for Spring 2021 and living on campus, or plan to live on campus for Fall 2021 while enrolled in classes. Summer housing applications are open on HornetHousing. Meal Plans are not available for Summer 2021.
Q. Is housing open for the 2021-2022 academic year?
Yes, North Village housing will continue to remain open for the 2021-2022 academic year. We will offer doubles, triples, studios, and suites of four or five students. We’re excited to offer great housing options for students to live on campus and provide a full college experience.
Q. How many students will be able to live in North Village this Fall?
North Village population will increase from 450 students to over 2100 living in one of seven halls (American River Courtyard, Desmond, Draper, Jenkins, Riverview, Sierra, and Sutter).
Q. Can I still apply for housing for the 2021-2022 academic year?
Applications are available for on-campus housing still – apply today to secure your spot via HornetHousing. Applications must be submitted, your $250 application installment fee must be paid, and all contracts must be signed to have your application complete. Once space is full, applicants might be placed on a waitlist for on-campus housing and updates will be sent to applicants on a weekly basis.
Q. Is the University Housing Services office open at North Village?
We are open for appointment-only visits. To sign-up for an appointment, please visit our Housing Website for additional information or call our office.
Q. Are in-person tours of the North Village residence halls been offered?
In-person tours can be requested by calling our office and making an appointment.
Q. Will, I have a roommate/suitemate if I live in North Village?
Yes. If you are assigned to a double, triple, 2x2 suite, 4x2 suite, or 5x2 suite, you will have a roommate or suitemate.
Q. Is a meal plan required? Will the Courtyard Market and Servery at the Dining Commons also be open for the 2021-2021 academic year?
Yes. Meal plans are required for all North Village students. Both North Village dining locations – Servery at the Dining Commons and Courtyard Market – will be open. Operating hours will be shared closer to move-in.
Q. Will I be required to be immunized against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 to live on campus?
Yes. The California State University, Office of The Chancellor, announced on April 22, 2021, the COVID-19 vaccination requirement upon FDA approval. In this announcement, it was stated that “the universities intend to require faculty, staff, and students who are accessing campus facilities at any university location to be immunized against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. This requirement will be conditioned upon full approval of one or more vaccines by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as well as adequate availability of the fully approved vaccines. This requirement will become effective at the beginning of the fall 2021 term, or upon full FDA approval of the vaccine, whichever occurs later.” This requirement comes directly from the CSU system. To get vaccinated, please book your appointment on our COVID-19 Student Information website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q. Will I be required to participate in COVID-19 testing?
University Housing Services anticipates requiring COVID-19 testing for North Village students not vaccinated. Students will receive a personalized notification via their official Sac State email account regarding scheduled testing timeframes and options for time slot appointments, along with instructions of steps to follow. There will be no direct cost to students participating in the testing at this time. If this changes, students will be notified via Sac State email account.
Q. Will I be required to get the flu vaccination for the 2021-2022 academic year?
Students are strongly encouraged to get the flu vaccination. For more about this, please review the 2021-2022 License Agreement Addendum found on our Housing Policies and Procedures page.
Q. Will, there be housing activities and programs in North Village in the Fall?
Housing will offer a hybrid of in-person and virtual events for students.
Q. For North Village residence halls, what services will be unavailable for the 2021-2022 academic year?
All housing spaces will be utilized based on CDC Guidelines. These spaces include the Riverview Hall fitness center, movie room, cardio studio, and gaming lounge. Additionally, this includes all recreation rooms, study lounges, computer labs, and living rooms within our buildings. Make an appointment to visit and tour this summer and check out all of these spaces. Students are expected to follow physical distancing and face-covering requirements, as well as all other policies. Information about our policies can be found on Housing Policies and Procedures page.
Q. Will I be able to have guests visit me when living in North Village?
Based on CDC guidelines, visitation will be allowed in the residence hall. Guest may be required to be registered at the front desk.
Q. If all of my classes are online, can I cancel my North Village contract?
You can cancel your license agreement before June 11, 2021. You will be charged the $250 cancellation fees. We encourage students to wait to see if their course modalities change before cancelling our cancellation deadline (June 11, 2021).
Q. Can I cancel my North Village contract and receive a refund?
Students can request to cancel the license agreement at any time. There are $250 cancellation fees that will be assessed for each request. Students should refer to the 2021-2022 License Agreement Terms and Conditions. The cancellation process (before and after the deadline), as well as cancellation fees, are outlined in that document.
Q. How do I cancel my North Village contract?
You must go online to HornetHousing in order to cancel your contract. The deadline to cancel, for any reason, is June 11, 2021. There will be $250 cancellation fees assessed to the student’s account. After that, all cancellations are subject to approval. The cancellation process and fees are outlined in the 2021-2022 License Agreement Terms and Conditions.
Q. What if I’m an international student and must cancel my North Village contract because I cannot obtain a nonimmigrant visa or I am impacted by COVID-19 travel restrictions?
If you submit a Request to Cancel for 2021-2022, please email us about your restrictions. University Housing Services will work with International Programs and Global Engagement (IPGE) to verify.