• Grad & Law Housing Fair

Meet other Law and Graduate students in the same boat as you!

Date: Friday June 1 & Saturday June 2, 2012
Time: Various Times (see description)
Location: Various Locations (see description)

The Housing Search is an intensive apartment and roommate hunt in Boston. Over the course of one and a half days, you can meet with reputable realtors, view apartments, and meet roommates if you need them! We recommend you dress casually; be prepared to walk around the city. Please note that all events start promptly at the times indicated.

Friday, June 1
Suffolk Law School Tour
4pm-5pm
1st floor, 120 Tremont Street
Tours of the Law School are being offered, if interested please let us know when you are registering for this program.

Find a Roommate Social
5pm-7pm
120 Tremont Street, Fourth Floor Faculty Dining Room
At this social you can meet and speak with other students to find a roommate or two. Your guests are welcome to attend this event, but be sure you make an effort to talk to and share information with potential roommates. If you are not seeking a roommate, we recommend that you join us at tomorrow’s event instead.

Saturday, June 2
Housing Search Fair
9:30am
73 Tremont Street, Ninth Floor Function Room
At this event, realtors will be available to meet with you and show you available apartments. These realtors will be onsite until all appointments are scheduled (approximately until 10:30am); then they will be at their respective offices. OCHO staff will be available until 12pm on the 6th floor to guide you through the process, answer
questions, and provide you with information as needed.

Housing Fair Registration Form

*Registration for the Fair ONLY. If you would like to stay in our residence hall overnight, please click the link below in the Accommodations section.

Accommodations
You will stay in Suffolk University’s residence hall at Nathan Miller Hall, 10 Somerset Street while you participate
in the Housing Search. The nightly rate is $70 per person. Please note the following conditions of your stay:
Space is limited; reservations are recommended. All reservations must be made one week prior to check-in to ensure room availability. Suffolk University’s residence hall is a non-smoking facility. Students will be responsible for lost keys, as well as damages to their assigned rooms. Linens (a pillow, blanket, two sheets, pillowcase, and bath towel) will be provided. Students will need to bring any other necessary items. All rooms are shared unless otherwise requested.

Check-in at Nathan Miller Hall, 10 Somerset Street lasts from 3pm to 5pm on Friday, June 1.
Check-out is 11am on Sunday, June 3.

Reserve your room in our Residence Hall

For more information on the Housing Fair, please email ocho@suffolk.edu or 617-573-8647

For more information on Accommodations, please contact Residence Life, summerhousing@suffolk.edu or 617-305-2500

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