Limited on-campus housing is available for summer term Master of Music Education students. Graduate students are housed in air-conditioned apartment suites in Tavilla Hall. Students will share an apartment with one or more other graduate students, with a common bathroom and common kitchen area. Students will have a bedroom of their own.
Housing accommodations can be provided for five weeks, during the on-campus learning portion of the Master of Music Education degree program summer coursework. Students are responsible for the five weeks of rental cost, even if they are not attending workshops during the week of July 12–16, 2021.
Weekly rental rate for 2022 is $230 per week including one meal per day.
Included in the weekly housing package are seven dinner meals or bagged lunch meals, provided by campus dining services.
Contact Kristen Harrington, Graduate Music Education Program Coordinator as soon as possible to request a placement. Space is limited.
[email protected] or 978.867.4429