Summer Housing

Emmanuel College offers college students housing during the summer in the heart of Boston's dynamic Fenway neighborhood.


Emmanuel opens its residence hall doors to undergraduate and graduate students from Emmanuel and other colleges and universities who are taking courses, interning or working in the Boston area for the summer. We are in the heart of the city and conveniently located near subway and bus lines to get you wherever you need to go. While you are here, you can take advantage of Boston's reputation as a cultural capital with world-class recreational and entertainment options right at your fingertips.

In order to be eligible, summer residents must be a current college or university student, at least 18 years of age, and must provide documentation of an internship or enrollment in summer courses.


Summer 2022 Housing Options

Emmanuel is pleased to offer summer housing in the New Residence Hall. This is our brand new, air-conditioned, apartment-style residence hall. Comprised of fully furnished two-bed, two-bath, two-occupant apartments and single occupant studios, both with full kitchens as well as in-unit washers and dryers. The ground floor of this building also features a fitness center, indoor bicycle storage, and a lounge.The building also offers 24/7 staffing of the front desk and a robust Wi-Fi network.


Please note the following:

  • Minimum stay is 1 week (7 days) and rates are based on a week. Partial weeks will not be prorated.
  • Summer residents must check-in on Sundays.

Summer 2022 Rates & Deadlines

Below find the summer 2022 rates. A $250 non-refundable housing deposit is due within 48 hours of your receipt of housing confirmation from Emmanuel College. If the housing fees will be covered by an employer or internship program, the $250 non-refundable housing deposit is responsibility of the applicant and must be paid upon approval.

The remainder of your balance, including parking charges, must be paid in full by May 1st, regardless of your arrival date. Any summer residents approved for housing after the May 1st deadline must pay their housing charges in full within 48 hours of receipt of housing confirmation.

If the deposit or balance is not paid by May 1st, Emmanuel College reserves the right to cancel your summer housing request and you will forfeit the non-refundable housing deposit.

HOUSING TYPE
PER WEEK
New Residence Hall-Studio (1 person) 2022 pricing will be posted in December
New Residence Hall-Single Occupancy bedroom
within two-bed, two-bath apartment (2 people)
2022 pricing will be posted in December
PARKING
On-Campus Parking $70 per week


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