Off-Campus Housing and Student Life
office of residential life
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
617.552.3075| firstname.lastname@example.org | Maloney Suite 413
Serving the student body, the University, and the Community
The Office of Residential Life manages the University’s off-campus housing program that serves the needs of students, faculty, staff, and alumni interested in finding housing off campus. The goal of our office is to help students make a successful transition and integration from campus to the local community. The office works to accomplish this by developing programing and outreach initiatives designed to advise students on issues related to rental policies, roommate and landlord concerns, rights and civic responsibilities as neighborhood residents, as well as how to develop positive relationships in the community and prevent problematic behavior. The office works closely with neighbors, landlords, city officials, and various University administrative offices to best serve the needs of our students and local communities.
- Classes will start August 31st for the Fall 2015 semester. Please plan accordingly.
- Due to renovations, 2000 Commonwealth Apartments will close in the fall of 2015 and reopen in the fall of 2016 as a BC residence hall.
- Students living off-campus are reminded to always secure their apartment by locking doors and windows.
- If you missed our Off-Campus Housing Info Sessions, catch up here.
- Off-Campus Thanksgiving Break Saftey & Security Notice
- Off Campus Spring Housing Fair
Note Regarding Boston Maximum Occupancy Law
Boston city law limits the number of undergraduate students that can live together in an apartment located within the city of Boston to a maximum of four. This law only applies to full-time undergraduate students. This law does not apply to apartments located in Brookline, Newton, or other surrounding communities.
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