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Commuter Students

Some students choose to live off campus in Boston's historic and vibrant neighborhoods, or travel in to campus from their nearby homes. In order to best accommodate our commuter students and their needs, MCPHS offers rediscounted MBTA passes, on-campus lockers, and off-campus housing resources.

Discounted MBTA Pass

Whether you are taking the light rail known as the “T” or the commuter rail, many students take advantage of the public transportation options offered by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA). Registration for the Spring 2019 MBTA pass has closed. Please contact the Center for Campus Life at 617.732.2876 with any questions you may have. For general information about Charlie Cards and MBTA fares, visit

Locker Registration

MCPHS University offers a locker rental program for any enrolled student commuting on to the Boston Campus. Students have access to their locker 24 hours a day while the University is open. The lockers are available on a first come first serve basis and are located in the following buildings: Fennel, White, and Griffin. The office of Student Affairs coordinates the Locker Rental Program. Locker rentals are only available during the academic year, January 8, 2019 through May 3, 2019. The Locker Rental Program offers 1/3 sized lockers. You will be notified by January 8th, 2019 of your locker placement via email.

Registration and payment for MCPHS University's Locker Rental Program begins on January 1st , 2019.

  • Students may only purchase one locker.
  • Students are responsible for purchasing their own lock for their locker.
  • Locker assignments will be e-mailed to registered students through their student e-mail accounts.
  • As a reminder, no food or drink are allowed in locker at any time.

Please note: You are responsible for providing your own lock and responsible for all the items stored in the locker; however, the locker remains the property of MCPHS. The locker prices for the remainder of the 2018-2019 academic year is $15.

Off Campus Housing Resources

Some students choose to live off campus in Boston's historic and vibrant neighborhoods. The Office of Student Affairs offers a number of resources designed to make finding off-campus housing as easy and convenient as possible. Questions about living off campus? Contact us at

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