finding a place to live
Boston College Law School is only eight miles from downtown Boston and offers fast access to the city by car or public transit. The Boston legal community is wide and varied, a center for federal and state courts, law firms, government agencies and other fine legal institutions. The home of many colleges and universities, Boston is both the first city of New England and a premier "college town," with students having a noticeable influence on its atmosphere and activities. The city’s large student population also adds to Boston’s diversity. As a result, programs and events appealing to a wide range of interests and cultures are available on area campuses and through community organizations.
OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING OFFICE: We encourage you to begin your housing research visiting the homepage of Boston College's Off-Campus Housing Office
GRADUATE/LAW STUDENTS OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING FAIR: On June 20, 2014 (Friday), the Off-Campus Housing Office will sponsor a Graduate/Law Students Off-Campus Housing Fair
FACEBOOK: Your future classmates and current second- and third-year BC Law students are posting apartment vacancies, housing recommendations, and roommate inquiries via Facebook - Boston College Law School 2017
WHERE DO BC LAW STUDENTS RESIDE? If you would like to get a sense of where current BC Law students reside, please refer to our MAP
Rental housing is plentiful in Newton as well as in surrounding cities and towns. There are many different types of housing available, ranging from one-room rentals in large Victorian homes, to triple-decker brownstones and apartment high-rises. Allston-Brighton and Jamaica Plain are among the nearby Boston neighborhoods that attract students from many colleges and universities because of their diverse communities and relative affordability. Boston College Law School students also have found Newton, Brookline, Waltham, Watertown, and Boston’s West Roxbury neighborhood attractive places to live.