How to Know if Housing is Confirmed

Updated on June 5th, 2023

Please note that the application for staying on campus is separate from the application or registration for the program itself, and involves a separate fee as well. This housing fee covers the costs of living on campus, including an all-you-can-eat meal plan, and grants access privileges to using the dining hall. 

Due to a limited number of beds available in the residence halls at Berklee, all programs have a limit to the number of Summer Programs students who we will be able to accommodate staying on campus. Therefore, it is advisable to sign up for housing early.

About two to three business days after completing the application for your Summer Program, you will be assigned an ID number. Here's how to find your ID number. After that ID number has been assigned, please fill out a Residence Hall Contract for your Summer Program. 

IMPORTANT: Do not fill out the Residence Hall Contract before the ID number has been assigned; housing assignments cannot be made without this information, and payments for housing cannot be routed properly if this information is missing on the payment form.

After you have completed the Residence Hall Contract, you can then pay the full housing fee associated with your program. Once that payment has been made, you will receive an automated receipt in your email. We recommend saving this receipt for your records.

If a program has reached its capacity limits for the residence halls on campus, you will receive an email stating that you've been put on a waitlist for the residence halls with further instructions.

Important links:

Residence Hall Contract

Summer Program Payment Page