Off-Campus Student Resources

The Dean of Students Office works closely with community partners to support off-campus students.

Waltham, Massachusetts is home to historical landmarks, schools, parks, restaurants, residential living. With a population of more than 62,000 residents, Waltham is a great place to live.

When you live off campus, you join a neighborhood. These tips will help you be a good neighbor.

Realizing that this may be the first time you are living away from home, Mayor Jeannette McCarthy and the Waltham Police Department would like students to be aware of community expectations.

Need help finding an apartment? Access to the food pantry? Graduate Student Affairs can help.

Every student who does not live on campus in a residence hall can have access to the Commuter Lounge, Shapiro Campus Center, room 316. If you need a secure place to store some of your belongings, you can also request a Commuter Locker.