The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) Residence Halls and Dudley House Meal Plan offer exciting opportunities for graduate students to meet and interact with colleagues in an informal setting. The Residence Halls and Meal Plan are convenient and affordable options for graduate students who wish to take full advantage of the services provided by GSAS.
The GSAS Residence Halls are located on Oxford and Everett Streets just north of the Science Center. Perkins and Conant halls were built in the late 1890s and are traditional Harvard-style buildings. Richards and Child halls, designed by the well-known architect Walter Gropius, were built in the 1950s.
Academic-year housing begins in early September and extends to the end of the academic year, generally the last week of May. The process of obtaining on-campus graduate housing begins each year in March. Information about the application and assignment process can be found on the GSAS housing information page, and in the residence hall handbook.
There are currently four GSAS residence halls in service