"I lived on campus and it was great because it allowed me to meet interesting individuals from all over the world in a very intimate setting. It's also a great way to expand your social and professional network in an organic way, which I found to be quite refreshing in an MBA environment."
-Hung, Two-Year MBA Student
We want to make your transition to graduate study as smooth as possible. Whether you are relocating from out of town or from overseas, setting up a new home is never easy. Some students choose to live on campus to have all that Babson has to offer conveniently at their fingertips, while others will choose to live off campus to take advantage of all the great Boston area has to offer. Whatever your choice, we are here to help you make a successful transition.
Graduate student housing is filled on a space available basis. If we are unable to accommodate you on campus, please refer to the provided information about obtaining off-campus housing
. There are a number of off-campus housing options. Additionally, you may wnat to explore the incoming student Facebook Groups for potential roommates and suggestions about off campus housing. Deposited students may request to join the group for the appropriate program
For more information on applying for on-campus housing, visit the Babson Hub
Residence Life develops a dynamic community of learners who value social responsibility, respect, and global perspectives through engaging in experiential and holistic learning opportunities within the residence halls.
Who You Will Meet
Our residents range from single and married students to U.S. and international students. There are also some faculty and staff living in Woodland Hill. Overall, we are a close-knit community striving for a common goal and purpose.
Off Campus Housing
The majority of graduate students live off campus in the greater Boston area. Please reference the student-authored documents available on the Living Off Campus
section of our Web site for information about living off campus.