Harvard University Housing (HUH) offers a broad range of housing and real estate services to the University’s graduate students, faculty, and employees. View our Admit Video to learn why living with us is a great way of making Harvard home.

A unique interdisciplinary program providing a "home away from home" for the Harvard community living in Harvard University Housing.


Housing Questions?

Contact the Campus Service Center

Google Map Location

Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center, Room 807

1350 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138

Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm Saturday, Sunday & University Holidays: Closed




The HUH Leasing Office is now open for business in its refurbished space on the 8th floor of the Smith Campus Center, 1350 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge.  Leasing questions can be directed to us at leasing@harvard.edu and 617-495-1459.

You may also visit or call the Campus Service Center at 1350 Massachusetts Avenue, Rm. 807, with general questions about Harvard University Housing or to pay monthly rent in person (if you are not charged through Harvard's student billing or employee payroll deduction systems). `



The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced study has a fourth-floor, two-bedroom unit available as of October 1. Rent is $3,421 per month. Click for eligibility guidelines, building information, apartment pictures, and an application.

2019-2020 Housing Update
  • All available HU Housing apartments are posted on the Currently Available list. Please log in to the Applicant Portal to view the list and check back frequently as new options may be added at any time.
  • Housing applications for the 2019-2020 rental season are still being accepted. Leases run through June 30, 2020. Click "Start an HU Housing Application" above to submit your form. Once approved, you can log in to the Applicant Portal to view our Currently Available listings.
  • Search for private market listings or roommatesRoommates for a HU Housing apartment must meet eligibility requirements.

Learn more about HUH housing and get tips for applying by watching our Admit Video.

HUH Applicants and Residents

We have been hearing that important and time sensitive communications  have been directed to spam or junk filters. Please check them regularly, particularly if you use Gmail. We also suggest adding hres_yardi_prod@harvard.edu to your contact list. In addition, be sure to NEVER share any personal information in regards to your application, subletting, or adding a roommate. View the full security warning.

We are committed to providing our residents with a community that is sustainable, healthy, and engaged.

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