Housing Resources

Congratulations! ... you landed the job/internship. Now you are hoping to determine housing, travel and many other logistics, all on a budget.

Connect with Middlebury Alumni for housing opportunities and guidance

Middlebury Communities on Facebook
Join Middlebury Community Groups in the city you are planning to spend the summer. Connect with fellow students and alumni that might be looking for roommates, sublease options, or know of other opportunities. Full list of Middlebury Community Facebook Groups.

Alumni Chapters
Check the Alumni Office website for a list of alumni chapters in many cities in the U.S. and internationally. It's a very helpful resource.

City-Specific Housing Resources
To help you navigate the housing challenge, we've compiled the following guides for housing resources: 

Atlanta
Boston

College and University Housing

Lesley University (Cambridge)

Varied rates.

Suffolk University (Beacon Hill)

Varied rates.

Boston University 

Emmanuel College

Northeastern University

Apartment Listings

ApartmentList Boston

Avalon Communities

Boston Neighborhood Guide for Summer Interns (Units available for rent through New England Premiere)

Craigslist Boston

Hunt.com

Jumpshell.com ("peer-to-peer housing")

Off Campus Cribs

VeryApt - Boston

If you’re still looking for more options or you’re not sure which one to pick, try contacting alums on MiddNet.

Chicago
Houston
Los Angeles
Miami
New York
North Carolina
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Washington D.C.

University Housing

American University (Spring Valley)

Catholic University (University Heights)

Georgetown University (Georgetown)

The George Washington University (Foggy Bottom)

George Mason University (Fairfax, Virginia)

Student Housing

International Student House (Dupont Circle)

Washington Intern Student Housing (Capitol Hill and Woodley Park)

Thompson-Markward Hall (Capitol Hill - housnig for women)

Apartment Listings

ApartmentList Washington D.C.

Apartments.com D.C.

Avalon Communities

Compass.com D.C.

Craigslist

Homesuite

Hunt.com

iRoommates.com

Jumpshell.com  ("peer-to-peer housing")

Urban Igloo

VeryApt - DC

One other option for housing is ApartmentList.com. With over 1.8 million listings nationwide, it is a wonderful free resource for students to use to help them find housing.  The website pulls from over 100 different listing sources, so it's more of a one stop shop for apartments.

Important Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that Middlebury College assumes no responsibility for contracts/leases between individuals. The College is not responsible or liable for the consequences of any student housing arrangement. In addition, Middlebury College does not endorse or sponsor any of the agencies, services, advertisements, properties or landlords included in this website. The information is provided only as aids in your housing quest.