Graduate & Law Students
All full-time students enrolled in a graduate program at Northeastern, you may apply to live in campus housing. Because space is limited, housing is not guaranteed. Features in most of the leased apartment buildings include an intercom connection between each apartment and the lobby as well as front doors which are locked 24 hours a day with access for residents only. Each apartment is furnished with a bed, bureau, desk, and chair for each resident. All apartments have a kitchen table with chairs and one telephone and cable TV hook-up for the unit. The kitchens have a stove and refrigerator provided. All utilities are included, except telephone and cable TV. You may access Northeastern's e-mail and internet program through a modem and a telephone line. ResNet is not available in graduate leased properties. We do not offer Graduate housing to students in the College of Professional Studies (CPS).
All full-time students enrolled in a law program at Northeastern, you may apply to live in campus housing. Because space is limited, housing is not guaranteed. Because the academic calendar for first-year law students differs significantly from the graduate school calendar, we try to consolidate law students in leased apartment buildings located down the street from the law school, at 335 Huntington Avenue and 768 Columbus Avenue. The former includes an elevator, a lobby intercom and security doors with key access. The latter features a lobby intercom and security doors with key access. Each apartment is furnished with a bed, bureau, desk, and chair for each resident. All apartments have a kitchen table with chairs, a stove and a refrigerator. There is one telephone hookup and one cable hookup for each unit. All utilities are included except telephone, internet and cable. Housing styles include single efficiencies, two-bedroom apartments, and three-bedroom apartments. There are no living rooms or common areas in these apartments. Each first-year law student signs a License Agreement covering three consecutive terms. Every upper-level law student signs a contract covering the academic year for the terms they are residing on campus.