Housing & Travel
Housing during Summer Courses:
Doctoral students who need housing during their summer residency will use the same facilities as other CAmbridge College residency students. Click here to register for housing. You will need your student ID number to log in.
Dormitories are furnished, but students must bring with them essentials such as bed and bath linens. On the housing registration website, once you log in, you will be able to see a full list of recommended items to bring with you (the link is at the bottom-right side of the page). If you choose to ship these items ahead of time, use the following address:
1000 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
Attn: (Your Name)
In order to ensure that all packages arrive ahead of you, please schedule your shipments to arrive no later than the start of the summer term. The Cambridge College mailroom staff will sort the packages and deliver them to the campus.
Housing during Fall/Spring Courses:
Students taking doctoral research residencies in Cambridge, Massachusetts, who require hotel accommodations must submit a housing request through email to Director of Logistics, at least two weeks prior to the start of the term. This information provided in your acceptance pakage. Any subsequent changes to the reservations must be made through logistics as well. Hotel cancellations must be made at least three weeks prior to the reservation date in order to avoid charges to the student's account.
Please submit the following information in your email:
Date of Check in:
Date of Check out:
Single or Double room:
If Double, list name of requested roommate:
Airport shuttle needed on Sunday (yes or no):
Non-local students taking doctoral electives in Cambridge, MA, will need to arrange their own hotel accommodations.
Non-local students taking Master's, CAGS or Doctoral courses in Augusta, Georgia, please click here for hotel reservation information.
This is the main airport for all flights in and out of the Boston area.
This site provides travel information for public transportation in and around Boston. The subway and bus system, called the T, is a user-friendly and inexpensive way to get around the city.