Plan Your Housing
Berklee College of Music is a non-residential campus. While we do have limited housing available to our entering class, beds are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Once your tuition deposit is received, the Housing Office will send you an application for housing that you should complete and return without delay. You must submit your tuition deposit in order to be eligible to receive a housing application. If you are looking for housing outside of the residence halls, please contact the Student Activities Office's at 617 747-2560 to find out more about living off-campus.
270 Commonwealth Avenue
A brownstone located a short walk from the main campus, 270 Comm. Ave. has a secluded feel, situated on a Parisian-style boulevard known as one of Boston's most picturesque and tree-lined streets.
150 Massachusetts Avenue
When you live in the 150 Mass. Ave. building, you're in the heart of the Berklee campus, reaping all the benefits of being in an energetic urban center. And you'll enjoy the convenience of living in a building that also houses practice rooms, classrooms, and the library and media center.
98 Hemenway Street
This former apartment building is popular with transfer, continuing, and other students age 21 or older looking for a space that’s both quiet and convenient. Just three blocks from Berklee’s main buildings, it’s even closer to one of Boston’s most vibrant parks, the Back Bay Fens.