A limited number of rooms will be offered for December Housing on-campus at Yale-NUS College for AY19/20. December housing is not-guaranteed and subject to approval on a case-to-case basis. Students are expected to substantiate their applications with documents to validate their need for Housing on campus over the winter break. Students requiring financial assistance may approach our Student Services team at Yale-NUS College for more information.
Students will apply for December housing through an application form released in late September. Applications will close on 13th October at 2359 (11.59pm)
Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their applications in late October.
Students requiring financial aid will also be interviewed in mid-October to assess their need.
Final room allocations will be released to successful applicants in November.
Cancellations upon approval of your application will incur a $200 penalty fee.
Yes. All students applying to December Housing will be required to provide a valid reason for their stay with attached substantiating documents.
Typical justifications for December housing include:
Your application form will be rejected if you do not substantiate your need for housing over the winter break.
December Housing will be charged at $200 per week.
Yes. You will be required to stay for the entire duration of the winter break, from the 9 of December 2019 to the 9 of January 2020.
Yes. You will be required to gather your personal belongings from your current room and move to a winter suite where you will be housed with other winter housing residents.
This is to ensure better management of residents’ needs and for the safety and security of everyone living on campus during the break.
No. Card access to your room will be deactivated on your move-out day – 9 December 2019
December Housing will only include accommodation as the dining halls will not be open for students during the winter break.
No. Students must adhere to the strict deadline set out by the Dean of Students Office.
Yes. Once your application has been approved, no changes or cancellations will be allowed.
Cancellations will incur a $200 penalty fee.
Unfortunately, with limited available rooms for December Housing, we will not be able to accommodate all applicants. Decisions on your applications are made after careful consideration of your need and overall situation.
We will not be accepting any appeals.
You may apply to NUS Housing options if needed. Do note that there may be black-out dates at NUS Housing between 9 December 2019 to 9 January 2020. It would be best to approach the respective halls of residence to find out more.
You are encouraged to also explore various short term off-campus options .
Check in to your winter room can only be done on the last day of move-out, on the 9 December from 9am onwards. Check-in to your December Housing room can be done at the Residential College Office between 9am to 12pm or 2pm to 5pm.
You will NOT be allowed to check-in after office hours, or on weekends or public holidays.
No. You will be allocated a room based on operational and administrative requirements. We are only able to cater to medical requirements and gender preferences (single or mixed-gender suites)
Yes. You will be required to get your card reprogrammed at Infra on the 9 December between 9am to 12pm or 2pm to 5pm.
Yes. You will be required to get your card re-programmed at Infra on the 9 December between 9am to 12pm or 2pm to 5pm.
Any items left in the rooms and suites after checkout will immediately be disposed of by housekeeping staff as per the Code of Student Conduct. Students will also be charged labour and administrative costs in addition to a fine.
Your room and suite must be left in the exact move-in condition. Students who have received fines previously may be subject to a higher fine and potentially a conduct hearing.
It is the collective responsibility for all residents in the suite to ensure that the suite is left in move-in condition prior to check-out. If it is impossible to ascertain the individual(s) responsible for any violation of the housing guidelines, all suite mates will receive a minimum fine of $30 per person.
This amount is strictly non-negotiable.
No. Guests are strictly not allowed to live in your suite over the winter break.
You may be subject to a conduct hearing should you be found in breach of this policy.
Each summer, the College offers housing for students staying in Singapore for work or research purposes. On-campus summer housing is a privilege and is not guaranteed to students. The Code of Student Conduct is fully enforceable during the summer period. Failure to adhere to it may result in the immediate termination of a student’s summer housing, among other things. Do note that students staying for the summer/vacation will be allocated to different rooms from their current room during that period. The Dean of Students Office coordinates summer housing details. Please refer to the information below for details regarding summer housing.
During the Spring semester, information will be sent to all students regarding summer housing. Students need to fill out a summer housing form and will need to understand the responsibilities and costs. Summer housing generally costs $200SGD per week, but is likely to increase each year. Once students have applied for summer housing, they will be sorted into suites and communicated with by the Dean of Students Office.
The summer housing rate was set based on the operating costs of the residential towers for the summer. Payments made for summer housing will go to the Yale-NUS Finance Office to offset the costs of operating the College’s facilities.
Yale-NUS students may apply for vacation housing directly with the other NUS residences. More information about summer housing at NUS is available here: http://nus.edu.sg/osa/has.
NUS has the benefit of economies of scale across thousands of rooms, most of which are smaller in size and equipped with less expensive furnishings than our suites.
Summer housing will only include accommodation as the dining halls will not be open for students during the summer.
The summer residential staff (DoS Staff) will determine the policies for student usage of the butteries over the summer. There may be some opportunity to use the buttery during the summer. DOS will be sending information about this in advance to the students signing up for summer housing.