Housing Next StepsBoston
We are looking forward to welcoming you to the MCPHS Residential Community this Spring! Move-in day is Thursday, January 4, 2024, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Housing Questionnaire & Contract
After you have paid your $300 housing deposit*, your next step is to complete your Housing Questionnaire and Contract. In order to help us assign you to housing we have prepared a form for you to complete in our Residence Life Portal by December 1, 2023. This form has two very important components- the Housing Contract and the Questionnaire.
Housing Contract: The Housing Contract outlines the rules and regulations for living on campus. The term of the contract is for the Spring 2024 semester, with the option to include Summer 2024 if you will be enrolled in courses. It is important to read through this contract before signing it.
Housing Questionnaire: On to the fun part! The questionnaire is where we ask you to describe your living preferences in order for us to match you with other students who are similar to you. Within this section you’ll be able to let us know how you like to keep your living space, if you’re a morning or evening person, your hobbies, etc. You will also be asked to rank your preference of building type. Be honest in your answers!
Please complete the Housing Questionnaire and Contract by December 1, 2023. Housing assignments will be sent to you in Mid-December.
*If you haven't done so already, please pay your $300 housing deposit, in addition to your enrollment deposit.
Questions about how to complete the Housing Questionnaire and Contract?
Download the Resident Life Portal tutorial [PDF] for more information. Roommate and Room Selection are not available for the start of the Spring semester as our campus is largely occupied throughout the academic year. We will make placements depending on availability and based on your Housing Questionnaire preferences.
Questions about your Housing Questionnaire and Contract? Contact Residence Life at 617.732-2866 or email@example.com.
Office of Access and Accommodations
The Office of Student Access and Accommodations (OSAA) is a part of the Division of Student Affairs and provides accommodations to students across all MCPHS campuses (Manchester, Boston and Worcester) and online. Students who are eligible for accommodations must present documentation to demonstrate evidence of a current condition that interferes with one or more major life functions as defined by the ADAA 2008 and/or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. We ask that students seeking an accommodation for housing work with OSAA before November 10, 2023.
Have questions about living on the MCPHS Boston campus? Contact the Admission Office at 617.732.5964 or firstname.lastname@example.org.