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The Office of Graduate Student Life

Off Campus Housing Webinars

Moving to a new city can be a daunting experience. From finding the right neighborhood, then the perfect place to live, figuring out how to get around, and utilizing the resources around you, it can be overwhelming and confusing. The Office of Graduate Student Life, BC Law, and Off Campus Housing Office are here to help you.

Our office has decided to offer interactive webinars to incoming graduate students about moving and living in Boston.  Please register for any of the webinars below to help you with your search.

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Off Campus Housing

Moving to a new city can be a daunting experience. From finding the right neighborhood, then the perfect place to live, figuring out how to get around, and utilizing the resources around you, it can be overwhelming and confusing.

Our goals in this session are to help you:
1) Be familiar with the housing search process in Boston and point you to the right resources.
2) Learn about Roomate Finder program.
3) Answer any questions you might have about searching for housing

This same session will be offered multiple times; register for the one most convenient for you. Please note that all times are Eastern Daylight Savings Time. Please adjust accordingly for your time zone.

Session I:  Friday, April 19th, 2013 3pm-4:15pm Eastern

Recording of this session: http://bit.ly/125Lnu7


Session II :Friday, May 10th, 2013 3pm-4:15pm Eastern

Recording of this session: http://bit.ly/ZHOQgY

 

 

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Q & A Session: Off Campus Housing

This session is designed to connect incoming graduate students to current graduate students. Our goal is for incoming graduate students to be able to ask questions about what it is like to live in Boston.  We will be having a panel of graduate students share their experiences moving to Boston, as well as fun things to do in the area.

This same session will be offered multiple times; register for the one most convenient for you. Please note that all times are Eastern Daylight Savings Time. Please adjust accordingly for your time zone.

Session I: Thursday, April 25th, 2013 at 12pm-1pm Eastern

Recording of this session: http://bit.ly/107hk2D


Session II: Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 at 12pm-2pm Eastern

Recording of this session: http://bit.ly/12w9Esr