Living on campus is a great opportunity for students to grow as artists and citizens. More than just a convenience, it is an important part of the social and academic lives of students. Students who live on campus do better academically, in part due to the easy access to support services. In addition, living in close proximity to other students who are taking the same classes helps to develop social networks that contribute to a successful college experience.
By living on campus, you will interact with people who are very talented and unique. You will also meet people whose experiences, values, and priorities are different from yours. This is your first step toward broadening your horizons as a student and an artist.
Who Lives On-Campus?
- First-Time College Students: First-time college students, including first-year students and transfers, live in the residence halls.
- Returning Students: Students who wish to return to live in the residence halls may apply for the lottery. A limited number of rooms are available for returning students.
How to Sign Up for On-Campus Housing
Applying for a space in the residence halls is a separate process from applying for admission to the Conservatory. The housing application is available to students through the Admissions Office after you have been accepted to the Conservatory and submitted your admissions tuition deposit.
Learn more about housing and meal plan fees and processes.
For more information, please visit Berklee's Housing and Residential Education site.
Berklee's Housing and Residential Education Office can assist in your search for off-campus housing and commuting solutions.