Living Off Campus
You don’t have to live on campus to take classes at Harvard this summer. You can find listings for off-campus housing online, in local newspapers, and by word of mouth. If you are interested in living on campus, please visit Housing and Dining for more information.
Harvard University Housing
Harvard Summer School students are eligible to sublet a Harvard University Housing room or apartment during the time of their Harvard affiliation. To find a sublet, visit www.harvardhousingoffcampus.com, click on the "Housing" tab, and filter by "HUH Sublet."
You and the resident from whom you are subletting will then need to submit a sublet application to Harvard University Housing. Learn more about the sublet process.
You may also visit the Harvard University Housing resources page for information regarding private market housing options.
Harvard Divinity School
The Harvard Divinity School has a limited number of rental apartments available to Harvard-affiliated students during the summer.
High School Students
Secondary School Program students should discuss options with a member of the program staff.
Pre-College Program students must live in on-campus housing.
DINING SERVICES FOR STUDENTS LIVING OFF CAMPUS
If you live off campus, you may still purchase individual meals and dine with your peers this summer in your designated dining hall. You must present your Harvard ID card to purchase individual meals and may pay with cash or Crimson Cash at the dining halls. Credit cards are only accepted at Annenberg Dining Hall.
See Dining Services for more information on dining locations, individual meal rates, and special dietary needs.