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Off-Campus Housing

Our campus is located in the heart of Manchester, the largest city in New Hampshire. That means that our students enjoy the community feeling of a small town, while being able to access the advantages of living in a large city.

While we do not offer housing on our Manchester campus, our students take advantage of a variety of housing accommodations in the city, including single rooms in private homes, apartments in complexes, and luxury apartment/condominium units. Manchester, NH truly offers a housing option that's right for each individual student.

The Office of Student Affairs offers a number of resources designed to make finding off-campus housing as easy and convenient as possible.

Colonial Village Apartments
130 W Clarke St # 2 (not far from MCPHS University)
Manchester, NH 03104

Countryside Village
60 Village Circle Way, Manchester, NH 03102

Devonshire Village Apartments
25 English Village Road (close to campus on west side)
Manchester, NH 03102

Greenview Village
60 Greenview Drive, Manchester, NH 03102

Hampshire Green, Bedford, NH

Legacy Park Apartments
10 Sentinel Court, Manchester NH 03103
603.851.4971; Kevin Silva Property Manager

NH Towers Luxury Suite, North End of Manchester

The Residences at Manchester Place
1200 Elm Street (walkable-2 buildings away!)

Elm Grove Companies

Notre Dame Properties
293 Amory Street, Manchester, NH 03102
603.641.1908 (Mona)

Peloquin Property Management
161 North River Road, Manchester, NH 03104

Property Services Co. (Tom Morgan)
70 Lowell Street
Manchester, NH 03101 603.668.7369
Studios $500/month all inclusive - Walk to campus from 80 Lowell St (no onsite parking)

Real Property Management of Southern NH

WBC Estates

Summer housing available through the New Hampshire Institute of Art

  • Both single and double rooms available
  • Bathrooms are common
  • Lounge with kitchen on 2 floors
  • Free Wifi
  • Free laundry on each floor
  • Utilities included

Cost per month for Summer 2017:

Single room: $750
Double Room: $500

For more information contact at the New Hampshire Institute of Art.

Off Campus Housing Tips:

  • Many realtors will advertise available rooms and units by placing a sign on their property, so be on the look out for these residential opportunities as you explore Manchester.
  • Be sure to check our Student Affairs office for postings and flyers from residents looking for roommates.
  • We recommend housing options in the north end of Manchester, as well as in selected West-side areas. For more in-depth recommendations about neighborhoods in Manchester, contact of Office of Student Affairs.

Questions about living in Manchester? Contact us:

The Office of Student Affairs-Manchester
Pat Brousseau

DISCLAIMER: MCPHS University will not be involved in any negotiations between you (the leaseholder) and any landlord, property owner, student, prospective student, or realtor before, during, or after any agreement. MCPHS University is not responsible or liable for the consequences of any off-campus student housing arrangement. You are encouraged to exercise your own judgment when evaluating a prospective rental unit or landlord.