International Housing

Located in the historic Back Bay section of Boston, Bay State's four residence halls are original, stately Victorian townhouses and brownstones. Set along a tree-lined promenade that is part of Boston's Emerald Necklace of connected parks, our residence halls offer a convenient and stimulating location to enhance your experience at Bay State College.

Bay State's Department of Residence Life works to offer a positive living and learning environment in our residence halls to complement the academic mission of the College. To this end, staff members are visible, available, and approachable in order to assist students with personal growth opportunities and academic success. The focus of the staff is on creating a community within the hall where students feel a sense of belonging and community, in addition to providing a clean and safe environment.

For Prospective Students

Residence Agreement

This Residence Agreement is required to hold your space in housing. Please print out and submit this document with the $300 deposit to the following address:

Bay State College
122 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02116

Download the Residence Agreement

Make your housing payment

Housing Preference Form

After you have submitted your deposit and Residence Agreement, you will receive an email from Residence Life to go to the portal to fill out a Housing Preference Form once you have been financially cleared.

https://my.baystate.edu

Other Residence Hall Resources and Information

Please feel free to take a look at the following documents in order to have all of the information possible before moving to campus:

Off-Campus Housing

For off-campus housing options, take a look at our First Boston Realty webpage.

We also recommend reaching out to Eric Rollo at William Raveis Real Estate.

Direct Entry Housing Scholarship

For those students who have meet the IELTS requirement of 6.0 OBS and qualify as Direct Entry Bachelor students, you will be eligible for one year free housing at Bay State College. In order to be eligible, you must be one of the first 10 Direct Entry students to receive their VISA, confirm attendance and pay housing/first semester's tuition.

This scholarship is only available to those students applying for the September 2014 intake