Summer Housing

Emmanuel College offers students housing during the summer in the heart of Boston's dynamic Fenway neighborhood.

Emmanuel opens its residence hall doors to undergraduate and graduate students from colleges and universities throughout the world who are taking courses or interning in the Boston area for the summer. Emmanuel also welcomes medical residents, fellows, and researchers from our neighboring hospitals. We are in the heart of the city and conveniently located near subway and bus lines to get you wherever you need to go. While you are here you can take advantage of Boston's reputation as a cultural capital with world-class recreational and entertainment options right at your fingertips.

In order to be eligible, summer residents must be a current college or university student, medical resident or medical fellow, at least 18 years of age, and must provide documentation of an off-campus internship, residency, fellowship, or enrollment for in-person summer courses.

Summer 2023 Housing Options

Emmanuel is pleased to offer summer housing in Saint Julie Hall (this building was formerly known as New Residence Hall). Built in 2018, this wonderful building offers air-conditioned, apartment-style residences. Saint Julie Hall is comprised of fully furnished two-bed, two-bath, two-occupant apartments and single occupant studio apartments. All apartments have full kitchens as well as in-unit washers and dryers. Utilities are included. The ground floor of this building features a complimentary fitness center, indoor bicycle storage, study areas, and a lounge. The building also offers 24/7 staffing of the front desk and a robust Wi-Fi network.

Please note the following:

  • Minimum stay is 1 week and a maximum stay is 12 weeks. Partial weeks will not be prorated.
  • Weekly charges are based on Sunday arrival.
  • Residents in two-bedroom apartments will be matched with an apartment-mate. We are happy to fulfill apartment-mate requests.

Summer 2023 Rates, Dates, & Deadlines

A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your reservation. Your reservation deposit goes towards your final bill.

The remainder of your balance, including parking charges, must be paid in full by May 1st regardless of your arrival date. Multiple payments are welcome as long as they are all received by May 1st. Any summer residents approved for housing after the May 1st deadline must pay their housing charges in full within 48 hours of receipt of housing confirmation.


Two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment (2 people per apartment)

Apartment includes a private bedroom and bathroom for each resident, in-apartment laundry room, and a full kitchen.

$450 per week per person

Studio apartment (1 person)

Apartment includes in-apartment laundry room and bathroom. Every studio apartment also has a full kitchen.

$600 per week

 On-Campus Parking

(very limited availability)

$90 per week


Contact Us

If you have any questions please contact us at: 

Emmanuel College's Saint Julie Hall

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