Non-UCF Scholars/Interns

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Congratulations on your summer internship! As an intern in Orlando, the University of Central Florida is an ideal location for your stay. In contrast to hotels or typical apartments, intern housing provided by UCF offers the opportunity to save money while staying in a convenient location with no long-term commitment. We have two convenient locations: the Lake Claire Apartments located on our main campus at 12580 Gemini Blvd N. Orlando, FL 32816, and the Rosen College Apartments located at our Rosen campus at 9907 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819. These academically-focused environments foster community and support success.

Each apartment has four single bedrooms, with shared living space that includes basic furniture: stove, refrigerator, table, four chairs, love seat, coffee table, extra-long twin beds, dresser, and a desk. Each bedroom is keyed independently. Utilities and internet access are included as well.

Click here for a closer look at the Lake Claire Apartments or Rosen Apartments.


Dates of Availability:

May 16 – August 7, 2021

Interns must agree to follow and abide by all rules and regulations as set forth in the agreement. Interns must further agree to abide by: all local, state and federal laws, the UCF “Golden Rule”, and the UCF Community Living Guide as well as any other rules which may be implemented.

  • Interns must be 18 years of age or older upon signing the agreement (The agreement is signed electronically as part of the application process). Proof of DOB is required (copy of driver’s license).
  • Interns must be college students and able to provide proof of enrollment. Proof can be an unofficial transcript.
  • Validation of internship/work program is also required. This should be in the form of a letter from intern’s supervisor or human resources department.

The above items must be uploaded prior to completing the application process. It is recommended to have PDFs of each item readily accessible.

Please note that all apartments are non-smoking units.

Checks-ins are done at each respective community office. The offices are available for check-in each day of the week from 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM.

The apartment bedrooms are rented on a nightly basis, with a two-week minimum stay. All stays are to be paid in full prior to move-in, unless a payment arrangement has been approved.


$34 per person per night, with a two-week minimum stay (two-week prepayment = $476)
Linen Package $25.00 – one-time flat rate

Intern Housing includes furnishings, but does not include linens, unless a linen package is purchased.

Linen Package Two (2) sheets, one (1) pillow, one (1) pillowcase, one (1) blanket, two (2) bath towels, two (2) washcloths. The guest is responsible for laundering during their stay. Linen must be returned at the end of the stay.

Interns will be required to make a two week prepayment at the time of submitting their agreement in order to secure their space. Payment will go towards rent due. The prepayment is non-refundable.

Refunds for late arrivals or early departures will not be given.

If the intern is bringing a car they will be required to purchase a parking decal at the UCF Parking and Transportation Office. Please note that interns will not be able to apply for a decal on-line as they are not a UCF student. They will want to fill out the attached Parking Permit Application and take to the Parking Services Office once on campus.

An on-campus Recreation and Wellness pass is available at the Rec and Wellness Center for a fee (main campus).

Corporate requests can be made for groups of interns, however each intern must complete an individual application.

Additional charges may apply following check out. Interns and/or their companies will be charged accordingly for any necessary cleaning, damages or other appropriate charges.

Housing Process

Pre Check-In

  1. Intern completes online application/agreement
  2. Intern submits prepayment with proof of collegiate enrollment (unofficial transcripts), verification of internship (offer letter or intern confirmation letter from employer), and copy of driver’s license
  3. Email sent by UCF Housing Conference Services confirming lodging assignment, requesting remainder of rent payment and detailing check-in procedures
  4. Remainder of rent paid prior to check in
  5. Intern checks in and receives apartment keys, internet log-in information, intern welcome information, UCF Community Living Guide, and room inventory sheet. Intern will visit the appropriate parking office (if bringing a car to campus)

Pre Check-Out

  1. Intern will receive check out information from their Conference Assistant
  2. Intern cleans apartment, checks out, returns keys back to the specific community Area Office and completes evaluation form
  3. Additional charges are billed (if applicable)

Intern Housing FAQ

For postal information please visit mailing addresses page.

Interns must purchase a parking permit if they will be bringing a car to campus. To purchase a UCF parking permit for the on-campus apartments, go to Parking Services, located in the Northeast corner of the 'B' parking garage. Interns must have a valid driver's license and vehicle registration. They must inform the attendant what community they are residing in and that they are part of the Housing Summer Internship program. For any additional information, contact UCF Parking Services at 407 823-5812.

All apartment communities have laundry facilities. There is a nominal fee to use these.

Interns will want to bring their own linens for the extra-long twin beds, or purchase a linen package mentioned above.

The UCF apartments have wi-fi and ethernet connections.

Interns can view the Community Living Guide here.

Over the summer, UCF Housing Facilities have Conference Assistants (CAs) or Resident Assistants (RAs), that reside in the buildings. The CAs/RAs share on-call responsibilities, ensuring that there is always a member of UCF Housing to assist you 24 hours a day.

Lake Claire Office, 407 882-5000                Rosen Apartment Office, 407-284-6000

The main UCF campus has a state of the art recreational facility. To obtain usage call 407 823-5446, identify yourself as a summer intern living at the Lake Claire Apartments. You will also need a photo ID. There is a fee for use, during your stay.

The Housekeeping staff will enter the apartments on a weekly or bi-weekly basis to clean the bathrooms. If you come across any issues in your room that require special attention from our Physical Plant-Maintenance and Custodial Staff, first jot it down on your inventory. Then, call your request in to the office. A representative should be by your room sometime within 48 hours of the call. If you are not home, don't worry... the representative will leave you a note regarding the status of the request. You may also put in your request on the web at: Click on the "Submit Online Request" button and fill out the form.

Due to COVID-19, our main campus custodial team has increased the frequency of cleaning/disinfecting high touch areas such as door handles, elevator buttons, handrails, water fountains.

Please remember that the consumption of alcohol is only permitted in the rooms of those that are of legal drinking age. Alcohol is not permitted in the hallways or common areas. (Refer to the UCF- Community Living Guide for more information).


Hurricane Awareness

If a hurricane was ever to target the Orlando area, you need to know what will be expected of you, and what you can expect from the University.

If a hurricane was expected to hit the University area, UCF would be closed, and you will be encouraged to go home. However, if you are unable to go home, or if you believe that you will be in more danger by doing so, you may remain at UCF and go to the university designated shelter. However, you must contact the duty station to inform the staff that you are staying.

No one will be allowed to remain in the residence halls/apartments if UCF decides to open a shelter on campus. Your CA/RA will be informed that a shelter has been opened. At that time, the CA/RA will evacuate everyone from the buildings to the shelter, where you will have to remain until it is safe to return to the halls.

You should bring the following items with you to the shelter: Three days' worth of clothes, a sleeping bag or blanket, a pad to sleep on, toiletries, any prescription medication, important papers, snacks to eat, a small radio with batteries, a flashlight, portable cell phone charger and small games. Things that will not be allowed in the shelter: pets, alcohol, tobacco products or weapons.


If you have any other questions about what to expect during a hurricane, go to: