The School for Social Work has on-campus housing available during the 10-week summer academic session in certain undergraduate dormitories for students who choose to live on campus. These dormitories are assigned to us by the College each summer and are located mostly in the center of campus. The houses range in size from 43 to 80 students per building. Each floor has communal bathrooms, which are shared by all the occupants on the floor. All rooms are single occupancy and are furnished with a twin bed, bureau, bookcase, desk and chair. Each room is wired for internet access and each has a telephone with long distance and voicemail capability.
The School regrets that we do not offer on-campus housing to students who have pets, as College policy states that no pets are allowed inside any College buildings, including student housing, with the exception of service animals.
Smoking is prohibited in all College buildings, including dormitories.
Limited off-campus housing is available through private arrangement. During the field work internship sessions, housing arrangements must be made by the students; costs vary by region.
There is very limited on-campus housing available during the 10-week summer academic session for students with children. The School for Social Work uses some of the Friedman Complex partments during this time period for students with children. Each duplex apartment has the following: a living room with couch and chairs; a dining area with table and chairs; and a kitchen with stove and refrigerator on the first floor; on the second floor there is a bathroom and four bedrooms; each bedroom contains a single twin bed, bureau, bookcase, desk and chair. Please be advised that these units are set up for undergraduate students and are not child-proofed.