The following information is provided to help you find housing while you participate in internship, research, and summer experiences in other areas of the country.
- Apartment Guide
- Apartment List – Aggregated apartment listings from hundreds of sources across the country
- Campus Rent
- College Rentals
- Craig’s List – Contains housing listings for various cities throughout the US
- Hostels.com – Lists hostels throughout the US (and worldwide)
- Roomorama.com – Offering over 3,500 properties across 9 major cities in the US for short term rent
- Sublet.com – Apartment rentals, sublets, houses, and rooms for rent in major US cities
- Zumper – Map-based search for home & apartment rentals with real-time updates. Also available on iOS & Android
- Trulia – Search rooms & apartments for rent by location.
New York City
- Columbia University – Summer housing for interns
- EHS: Educational Housing Services – A top housing resource for NYC interns offering 7 residences throughout Manhattan & Brooklyn.
- NYC Intern – Apartment housing in prime Manhattan location. Fall, Spring & Summer terms available.
- NYU Summer Housing Information – NYU housing options are open to non-NYU students during the summer
- George Mason University – Dormitories, apartments and townhouses available for summer interns
- George Washington University – Summer Housing Opportunities – A variety of options for on-campus housing arrangements
- International Student House of Washington DC – Dormitory-style housing
- The Washington Intern Housing Network – Fully furnished intern housing. Free to apply.
- Cities Housing Solutions – Fully furnished intern housing. Free to apply.
- Washington Intern Student Housing (WISH) – Shared housing; fully furnished, linens, household supplies, all utilities included; in various convenient locations in Washington DC
- University Village – Affordable summer housing in furnished apartments for interns, located in Thomas Beckman Hall at the University of Illinois, Chicago.
This list is not exhaustive and is only intended to provide you a starting point in your search. Please evaluate your housing options carefully as not all may be suitable for student living. Inclusion in this blog post is not an endorsement or recommendation by our office.