Summer housing information
Augustana College's summer program was developed to provide safe, comfortable housing for student employees and interns studying and working in the Quad Cities. Our apartment-style residences, designed for older students, help eliminate the traditional housing-related concerns of interns living away from home.
If the information below does not answer your questions, call us at 1-800-798-8100, ext. 2686, or 309-794-2686.
Housing for interns
Interns will be assigned to the Anderson and Bartholomew apartments at 35th Street and 9 ½ Ave. You'll find a variety of stores and restaurants within 10 minutes of campus.
Anderson and Bartholomew are comprised of two units each containing four suites. Each suite contains four bedrooms. We offer single and double bedrooms. Each suite comes with a full-service kitchen, a bathroom and an unfurnished lounge with a cable TV hookup.
Your room has windows with blinds. Furnishings in your room include:
- Single, extra-long bed that can be configured into a twin or loft position
- Extra-large desk with hutch
- Padded desk chair
- One three-drawer dresser
- Overhead lighting
- Internet/cable access
Room dimensions are available in Transitional Living Areas. We encourage you to personalize your room. (Note: You will be charged for any holes made in the room due to decorating.)
The extra-long mattresses are 36" x80". You can find extra-long bedding at most major department stores including Sears, J.C. Penney's, Target and Wal-Mart.
Housing for student employees
Augustana student employees will be housed primarily in the 11th Avenue Flats or the Parkander Apartments. Please note that the Flats come with full-sized beds, not the extra long twin beds found in other residence halls.
After completing the online application, student employees can visit the Office of Residential Life to receive their specific room assignments. Students also will get information about moving to their summer assignment in May, and to their fall assignments in August.
Interns must fill out a short application. Interns working at other Quad Cities sites will be placed with other area interns, randomly. If you have a specific roommate preference, please let us know. Although the houses are co-educational, each suite is single-sex.
Single weekly $153
Single monthly $612
Double weekly $102
Double monthly $408
Payments of cash or check are to be made in the Office of Residential Life. Interns will be asked to submit their first month’s rental payment at check-in. Students can have summer housing fees applied directly to their student account.
Starting on Monday, May 29, you may check-in during normal summer business hours, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. You will receive a packet that will include a room inventory form. It's important that you take the few minutes to fill out these forms as accurately as possible so that you are not billed later for existing damages.
Anderson Apartments – 932 35th St.
Bartholomew Apartments – 940 35th St.
Office of Residential Life, Andreen Hall, West Wing, 960 38th St.; phone 309-794-2686.
While many areas of the campus closed in summer, some are available to interns and guests. The Pepsico Recreation Center (309-794-7705), with a weight room, exercise equipment, tennis and racquetball courts and indoor track, is open limited hours in summer. The library has several computer workstations available for use. Brew by the Slough, with a variety of coffee and specialty beverages is open. It also serves pastries, sandwiches and salads. In addition, the Snack Bar in the Brunner Theatre Center is open at select times.
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.
Ample, lighted parking is close by. It is free.
Community living policies
We expect you to be considerate of you roommates and neighbors. Courtesy hours are observed each weekday after 10 p.m. and on weekends after midnight.
Residents ask for the approval of roommates before inviting an overnight guest. Guest stays are limited to 48 consecutive hours.
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 suite will be held mutually accountable for all unassignable damages that occur. These charges will be divided among suite residents.
You are expected to keep the apartment clean throughout your stay, and are responsible for purchasing your own supplies. There will be a monthly health and safety inspection to assure that college guidelines are being met.
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 andlighting, as well as any problems that may occur with insects or rodents. As much as we hope everything will remain working properly, repairs occasionally arise.
There is a coin-operated washer and dryer in each building. The cost is $1.25 per use. Please report any issues with the machines to the Office of Residential Life at 309-794-2686 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residential Life staff
We provide live-in student and professional staff liaisons to address your questions, needs and concerns. A staff member will check and watch over your area. Staff members will orient you to our campus and the surrounding community, provide general information and assist with daily concerns. The Office of Residential Life is open from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday to respond to your questions and needs.
Items to bring
Bed linens and mattress pad
Computer (network access is provided)
Clothes basket or bag
Desk and bed lamps (halogen bulbs are not permitted; compact fluorescent bulbs are encouraged)
First aid supplies
Mirror for bedroom area
Towels and washcloths
Umbrella or rain gear
Furniture for living room
Other things to consider
Lounge furniture: The lounge area in each apartment is not furnished or lighted. You are welcome to bring your TV (enhanced basic cable service is available), lounge furniture and lamps. Remember that this area will be shared with the two or three other interns or Augustana students living in your suite. Another option to consider is renting furniture from Rent-A-Center.
Kitchen items: Your kitchen is furnished with a table (four chairs), electric stove, standard-size refrigerator, sink, unlocked cabinets and counter space. During the academic year, some students bring compact microwave ovens and refrigerators (no larger than 4.0 cubic feet) to supplement the standard furnishings.
Bicycles: If you bring a bicycle, we recommend you store it in your room. Bikes stored outside should be chained and padlocked. Motorized bikes must be kept outdoors.
Computers: If you bring a computer, internet access is available. More information about specifications for the types of cards and 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
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)
Incense or heated potpourri pots
Large power tools
Lighter fluid or other flammable materials
Pets (only small fish are permitted)
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
Unity Point Medical Center West Campus, 2701 17th St., Rock Island; 309-779-5000
Hy-Vee, 2930 18th Ave. Rock Island
Jewel/Osco, 2010 1st St., Moline
CVS, 2617 18th Ave., Rock Island
Walgreen's, 2955 18th Ave., Rock Island
Kohl's, 4014 John Deere Rd., Rock Island
Lowe's, 3820 44th Ave., Moline
Menard's, 4100 10th St. Dr., Moline
Southpark Mall, 4500 16th St. Moline
Target, 900 42nd Ave., Moline
True Value, 1435 30th St. Rock Island
Wal-Mart, 3930 44th Ave., Moline
Applebee's, 3805 41st Ave. Dr., Moline
Cool Beanz coffee shop, 1325 30th St., Rock Island
Dr. Gyros, 2519 18th Ave, Rock Island
Hardee's, 1419 38th St., Rock Island
KFC, 2943 18th Ave., Rock Island
McDonald's, 1813 30th St., Rock Island
Pizza & Subs, 3700 John Deere Rd., Rock Island
Rudy's Tacos, 2716 18th Ave. Rock Island
Taco Bell, 1533 38th St., Rock Island
Village Inn, 2001 1st St. Moline
Whitey’s Ice Cream, 2520 18th Ave., Rock Island
Arthur's Garden Deli, 3727 John Deere Rd., Rock Island
Domino’s Pizza, 3708 14th Ave, Rock Island
Happy Joe's Pizza, 1412 30th St., Rock Island
Hungry Hobo, 2532 18th Ave., Rock Island
Little Caesar’s Pizza, 3840 46th Ave., Rock Island
Papa John's Pizza, 150 19th Ave., Moline
Pizza Hut (delivery), 1600 38th St., Rock Island
Subway, 3015 18th Ave. Rock Island
TGI Friday's, 1425 River Dr., Moline
Wendy's, 1432 38th St. Rock Island