The ELI assists students in finding housing. Before deciding where you want to live, consider your housing priorities and the options below. The type of housing you choose may depend on the program you are in.
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Conditionally admitted students must meet housing requirements. Your acceptance letter will tell you if you are considered a CAP student.
CAP students must live in one of the following options:
- The Global Community
- The Innternationale (This option is only for Graduate-level CAP students)
All other students who are not in the CAP program are eligible to live in the following options:
Families – students who will be attending the ELI with children will need to consider apartment complexes that accommodate families.
These options are:
You must submit a housing reservation form to reserve your housing.
Some housing options may not be available every ELI session, so we recommend that you send your application to us as early as possible to increase your chances of getting the housing you chose. Housing assignments depend on the date the ELI receives your completed application and the number of students attending that session.
Useful resources – coming soon
- How to reserve housing
- Housing requirements for Pre-CAP/CAP students
- Housing words and phrases you need to know
- Understanding your lease
- Submitting a work order for something broken or damaged in your apartment
- ELI housing terms and conditions
- Dining Hall Options
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)