October 15, 2020 - COVID-19 Update
Due to health requirements related to COVID-19, the College has made the difficult decision to reduce the availability of student housing. As a result, a number of residential rooms available for incoming graduate students have been taken offline to accommodate pandemic contingency plans for the academic year. The College has identified a potential opportunity to house some of the new January 2021 Master of Science in Entrepreneurial Leadership (MSEL) in Woodland Hill 9/10.
Whether you are relocating from out of town or from overseas, setting up a new home is never easy. Some students choose to apply to live on campus to have convenient access to Babson’s resources, while others will choose to live off campus and take advantage of all that the Boston area has to offer. Regardless of what you decide, we can rely on us to help you make a successful transition.
Graduate student housing is filled on a space-available basis. Due to a limited number of apartments available, the demand for graduate housing exceeds the supply and we are unable to accommodate all who wish to reside on campus. Note that family housing accommodations are available for a student's spouse/partner/significant other and/or dependent children. Parents of students and siblings of students are not eligible to reside in family housing.
All student residence halls offer on-campus parking, in-room telephone jacks, and wireless Internet access. Many residence halls feature laundry in building; students in residence halls without dedicated laundry facilities are able to access laundry in neighboring residence halls. For more information, visit Resources, Services, and More.