Mon - Friday:
9:00am - 5:00pm
11:00am - 3:00pm**
**Saturday hours are reflective of academic year hours for fall and spring semesters. Office will be closed on Saturdays during summer term (May - Aug)
Moody, Christopher L
Assistant Vice President for Housing & Dining Programs
Interns may check in at the front desk beginning at 3PM on their assigned check-in date. You may arrive anytime after your check-in time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our front desk staff will register you and give you your room and mailbox keys. Unfortunately, we cannot allow early check-ins or late check-outs.
What time is check-out?
Check-out is at 12 noon on the last day of your reservation.
Where are you located?
American University is located at 4400 Massachusetts Ave, Washington, DC 20016, in one of northwest Washington, DC’s most beautiful residential areas; AU is just minutes by bus, cab, Metro, or car from the city’s most famous sites.
Yes, all of the residence halls come equipped with air-conditioning.
I am over 21, can I bring alcohol into the residence halls?
No, alcohol is not permitted in any American University residence hall.
What are the rules for smoking on-campus?
AU is officially a tobacco and smoke free campus.
If I am placed in a double room, will my roommate also be an intern?
Yes, we house interns together in the same rooms and in the same buildings so that you can share a feeling of community with the others in your area.
What dates are available for intern housing in Summer 2016?
Our 2016 summer season begins May 8 and ends August 13, 2016.
How secure is your campus?
Our residence halls are only accessible to summer guests with a Summer 2016 Guest Card, or a One Card for students living on campus. Also, the residence halls are staffed with campus hosts at front desks on each side of campus. Additionally, our public safety officers patrol campus regularly, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Are you nearby a Metro stop?
Yes, we are closest to the Tenleytown/American University Metro stop. The university shuttle runs directly from that Metro station to the campus and is complementary for AU students, faculty, staff, interns, and summer guests.
Do you provide linens?
Linens, a blanket, pillow, pillowcase, and towel are provided for interns.
Where do I sign up?
We are now accepting applications for summer intern housing. The final date to apply online is Tuesday, May 31, 2016. To access the online application, please click on the "Apply Now" option to the left.
What if I have additional questions and I cannot find the answers online?
Room assignment notices for summer interns will be sent via email starting in early April.
Can I request to live with a friend?
In order to be placed with someone you know, you must both make that request in writing (either on the application or in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org). If both interns request one another, we do our best to meet those requests.
Can I receive mail? If so, at what address?
Mail Services continues during the summer months for both AU students and visiting interns. We are unable to hold packages for interns who will be arriving at a future date. Detailed information on summer mail services will be available to all on campus residents at your building desk in May.
Mail should be addressed:
Hall Name – Room Number – SUMMER 2016
4400 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016
What should I bring?
We encourage you to keep in mind that you will only be in Washington DC for a very short time and that your stay here will likely keep you very busy. When packing for your internship and your room, we recommend the following items as a beginning packing list:
Your safety is important. Due to the hazards associated with their use, the following appliances may not be present in residence hall rooms:
Personal air conditioners
Grills (including George Foreman grills)
Oil,kerosene, and gas lamps
Any appliance attached to multiple extension cords
These appliances may only be used in designated cooking areas or kitchens:
Electrical appliances with heating elements
Is parking available?
In an effort to decrease the carbon footprint on campus, alternatives to parking, such as use of public transportation, are strongly encouraged. However, if you require parking on campus this summer, please keep the following in mind:
Metered parking is available at the School of International Service (SIS) and at the Katzen Arts Center. The day rate is $16.00. Pay-As-You-Go machines accept cash and major credit cards and are located in the elevator lobbies of SIS and Katzen.
Monthly parking permits need to be purchased in advance from Parking and Traffic Services. Any special requests or handicap parking permits must be accompanied by a doctor’s notice to Public Safety upon arrival to campus. All final requests for parking permits are due no less than two weeks prior to the start date of your conference program.
Is the $200 deposit refundable?
The deposit fee for summer intern housing is non-refundable. Additional information about the deposit fee, cancellations, and acceptable methods of payment can be found by visiting our Rates & Payment Information page.