Housing and Residential Life
Student housing is as much a part of the college learning process as the classroom experience. It is an exciting time of self-discovery and discovery of the world in general. Berklee students are exposed to a wide variety of backgrounds, cultures, and musical styles. For many students, this is their first experience with the responsibility of independence and the art of compromise that comes with living with other people.
At Berklee, the residence halls provide a variety of urban and historic settings in which to live and learn, practice and bond, perform and have fun while surrounded and supported by helpful, well-trained resident assistants—all within a 10-minute walk to main campus buildings.
In addition to housing, the Office of Residential and Campus Life supports a wide range of programming in your dorm and around campus. Learn more about Student Programs and Leadership.