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Off-Campus Housing

"Boston is a great place to live while attending college or graduate school. If you are a student living on your own, considering moving off campus, or making plans for after graduation, it's important to know your rights and responsibilities as a tenant and a neighbor. The information on this page can help you make smart choices that will enhance your experience as a resident in this world-class city."
—Mayor Thomas M. Menino

 

Finding housing in Boston can be difficult but it is not impossible. To find housing that meets whatever requirements you may have, you must be prepared to put a great deal of planning and effort into your search. The following information has been designed to aid you in that search.

In addition, the Office of Housing and Residential Life offers whatever few listings for apartments that we receive from landlords, students, and/or realtors. 

If you would like to call or stop by the Office of Housing and Residential Life, we will be happy to give you the limited information we have on specific listings, and we will try to answer any general questions you may have about off-campus housing.

For students hoping to find another Boston Conservatory student to room with, we encourage you to post on the Admissions Office's facebook page for incoming students.  You can also create an account on proartsconnect.org and use the housing forum to connect with arts students from all six schools of the ProArts Consortium that might be looking for roommates or offering housing in the area.

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Finding housing in Boston can be difficult but it is not impossible. To find housing that meets whatever requirements you may have, you must be prepared to put a great deal of planning and effort into your search. The following information has been designed to aid you in that search.

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