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On-Campus Housing

The first step to reserve your space in University-sponsored housing is to submit a housing deposit. To submit your housing deposit, log in to the MCPHS Portal.

Submit Your Housing Questionnaire and Contract

Once you have submitted your housing deposit, please submit your Housing Questionnaire and Contract. This required form asks about your preferences and helps MCPHS place you in the housing option that best fits your needs. This form also establishes your residence hall contract and collects your emergency contact information.

Please note that although you can start the Housing Questionnaire, save it, and complete it at a later time, you are only allowed to submit the form once. Take your time and be honest on your Housing Questionnaire, as this is what the Office of Residential Living and Learning (RLL) staff uses to match roommates.

Before you fill out the form, take a look around the Boston Residential Life pages to learn more about our residence hall options, explore our living learning communities, and see what living in University-sponsored housing is all about. This will help you understand the Housing Questionnaire better. For additional information, please visit our Housing FAQs page.

In addition to the questionnaire, you will also sign the Housing Contract, which outlines the agreement and regulations of living on campus. You may download a copy of the Housing Contract here.

Please Note: Housing deposits are non-refundable. Cancellation fees may apply if you cancel your housing contract after the deadline.

Requesting a Roommate

You can request a roommate on your Housing Form by entering their full name, MCPHS ID number, and hometown. That person must also ask to be your roommate for the Office of Residential Living and Learning to honor the request. If the student you are requesting to live with is currently a resident, that student must request to live with you by emailing residencelife@mcphs.edu.

Requesting Housing Accommodations

To request housing accommodations on the basis of a disability or medical condition (including allergies), please complete a Student Request for Services Form indicating your need for a housing accommodation. This form is sent directly to Disability Support Services (DSS). DSS will require medical documentation completed by a licensed healthcare professional that can provide specific information regarding the disability or medical condition and the functional limitations experienced as a result of the disability as it relates to housing.

Housing accommodation requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the Director of Disability Support Services. Students will be notified by DSS if and when they are approved for a housing accommodation. At that point, DSS will notify the Director of Residential Living and Learning of the approved accommodation. Please note, all housing application deadlines (including housing accommodation requests, submission of documentation, deposit, and housing application,) must be met by the housing form deadline in order for timely reviews of accommodation requests.

Questions about housing accommodations can be directed to Disability Support Services at 617.879.5995 or dss@mcphs.edu.

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