Room & Board Rates/Descriptions
Single Rooms are furnished with a bed, a chest of drawers, a table or desk, a lamp and chair, an easy chair and a book case. See a Virtual Tour of a Premium Single.
Only graduate students, Post Doctorates and some Visiting Scholars, may live in single rooms.
Double Rooms have two desks, chairs, bunk beds, a closet, dresser, and limited storage facilities. Each resident has space in a wardrobe or a closet. Most rooms are 9'; by 13'; or 3 x 4 meters. The majority of the rooms are regular singles (S2) and regular doubles (D1). Please refer to Room Rates below.
Each floor of International House has bathrooms and shower facilities that are shared by residents of that floor community. Resident rooms do not include private baths.
These rates for the 2013-2014 Academic Year include room and board and your I-House program membership. In addition to the room and board fees, a refundable security deposit of $500 is required.
Academic Year Rates
Regular Double (D1) -per person
Large Double (D2) - per person
Premium Double (D3) - per person
Low Price Single (S1)
Regular Single (S2)
Premium Single (S3)
D1 -- Regular Double room (shared with a roommate), approx. 9'x13' or 3x4 meters, with bunk beds.
D2 – Large Double, additional floor space allows beds to be on the floor rather than bunked.
D3 – Premium Double – same size and features as a Large Double but also has a partial bay view.
S1 -- Low-price singles are approx. 9'x13' or 3x4 meters. Price reduction is based on location in the House, generally due to proximity to a building-related source of noise such as a mechanical room or service elevator that creates occasional or low volume noise.
S2 -- Regular single, approx. 9'x13' or 3x4 meters.
S3 -- Same size as regular single but with a partial bay view.
Please note that there are very few Large and Premium Doubles and Low-Price Singles in the building and these are offered based on the date the completed application is submitted.
Meals are included in the Residence contract. Since the dining plan is an integral part of the I-House experience, we do not offer accommodation without board. Three meals are served each weekday, two meals on Saturdays and Sundays. On designated holidays, one meal is served. No meals are served on Thanksgiving Day nor during the Winter vacation period (four weeks). Vegetarian dishes are featured on a regular basis. While cooking in rooms is not permitted there is a resident kitchen available for individual or small group use.
The I-House Dining Room on the 2nd floor provides a variety of meal options, including vegetarian selections. Although not guaranteed, special diets can usually be accommodated within our facility. Residents can arrange a meeting with our dining staff to discuss any special dietary concerns or food allergies by emailing email@example.com.
Key Dates for Academic Year 2013-2014:
August 22, 2013 - Fall Semester and housing begin (Move-in)
December 23, 2013 – Fall Semester ends
January 13, 2014 - Spring Semester (Move-in)
May 17, 2014 - Housing contract ends (Move-out)
If you need to arrive at I-House prior to the dates published above, please contact the Admissions Office for rates and availability.
I-House is open 365 days a year. We offer a contract for the entire academic year (mid-August to late May). Future residents interested in semester housing only should apply and contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.