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Community Life

Why live on campus?

  • A safe, close-knit residential experience in the heart of Chicago
  • A deeper sense of fellowship with peers
  • Take full advantage of campus resources at your convenience
  • Walking distance of public transit options, including buses and Brown Line ‘L’ train stations
  • Highways, grocery stores, and other shopping options are also nearby
  • A wide variety of neighborhood ethnic restaurants and grocery stores

Housing application

Current students who wish to move to a new campus housing location should request an inter-campus move by reaching out to the Graduate Student Housing Coordinator.

PLEASE NOTE: We are currently at full capacity for one-bed apartments and studio apartments.

Priority Deadlines

  • Fall term: June 1
  • Spring term: November 1
  • Summer term: March 1

See Housing Guidelines or contact the Graduate Student Housing Coordinator for help.

Graduate Housing Costs for 2023-24

All rent amounts include utilities and heat.

  • Studio: $815-$1100/month
  • 1-Bedroom Apartments: $900–$1500/month
  • 2-Bedroom Apartments: $1165–$1500/month*
  • 3-Bedroom Apartments $1215–$1900/month
  • House-share (4-person occupancy): $1900/month

*2-bedroom units can be split between single students sharing an apartment with one person per bedroom.

PLEASE NOTE: We are currently at full capacity for one-bed apartments and studio apartments.

Housing Profiles

On Campus

South of Foster Avenue, on North Park’s campus, housing options include studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments.

Adjacent to North Park Von Steuben Metropolitan Science Center, a Chicago public high school. Hibbard Elementary School and Albany Park Multicultural Academy Middle School are just blocks away.

North of Campus

One-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments are available in the North Park neighborhood north of Foster Avenue, approximately three blocks north of campus.

This neighborhood is home to a few great schools, including Peterson Elementary and North Side College Preparatory School. There are also several preschool options, including one at North Park Covenant Church. The neighborhood is a mix of apartments and single-family homes on tree-lined, one-way streets.