Summer Internship Housing
Intern housing is available to non-University of Scranton students participating in a for-credit internship in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Housing is available from June through August with a minimum three-week stay.
- Four private bedrooms
- Full kitchen (BYO utensils)
- Common living area
- Secure entry
- Air conditioning
- Free parking & WiFi
- All utilities included in the weekly rate of $188 per person
- Additional apartment photos can be found here.
The University of Scranton is located in the heart of Scranton, a community of 75,000 within a greater metropolitan area of 750,000. We are located just minutes from Interstates 81, 380, and 84, with easy access to Route 6 and the Casey Highway. Find out more about our campus and the surrounding area here.
To qualify for summer internship housing at The University of Scranton, students must:
- Be registered for the fall semester and in good standing with their college or university.
- Provide a letter from the internship supervisor verifying the position.
"Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine sponsors several summer programs for high school and college students. We have always contracted with the University of Scranton for our residential needs. Everything about the experience has always been exceptional. We receive excellent staff support, the facilities are clean and safe, and everyone is eager to provide excellent customer service."
Maureen Murtha, M.S., M.A.; REACH HEI Program Administrator | Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine
“During the summer of 2019, I had an internship opportunity to relocate from Florida State University to downtown Scranton to work for General Dynamics. After some research, I decided to stay at the Intern Housing at The University of Scranton. Right off the bat, the staff was both helpful and flexible to make sure my temporary move was as smooth as possible. On arrival, I was greeted and provided details of housing and surrounding community events and locations.
The location could not have been better as I was within walking distance to work, trails and waterfall, coffee shops, and restaurants along with a five-minute drive to my gym and Lackawanna River. I loved being a short drive from hikes and lakes and only two hours from Manhattan, Philadelphia, and Ithaca. The convenient location provided avenues of physical and mental breakaways from the stress of the internship.
The housing was dorm-style which provided individual privacy and access to a shared kitchen and bathroom. This made it easy to connect with my roommate and cook meals daily. The access to on-campus libraries made it easy to study for summer classes.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the intern housing at the University of Scranton and would recommend it to any student that is looking for more than just a place to stay for their summer internships.”
Weston Dudley, Associate Manufacturing Engineer | Northrop Grumman
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