Housing in New Haven is plentiful, affordable, and convenient. It’s not hard to find your own apartment with hardwood floors, high ceilings, and modern amenities in a great neighborhood. Most students chose to live in non University-affiliated housing. One bedroom apartments in New Haven range from $750 to $1,600 per month; two bedrooms are from $900-$1,850. Many apartments are suitable for students with families, and some allow pets.
Some students do live in the affordable and well-kept University housing options. These housing options for graduate and professional students range from efficiencies to three-bedrooms, and monthly rent generally ranges from $800-$1,134. The best time to begin your housing search is in the spring. Start off with the Off-Campus Listing Service or take a look at one of the University-affiliated properties below.
You can also visit the New Haven Neighborhoods pages to learn more about the different neighborhoods surrounding Yale.
|University Managed Housing
Yale University manages several graduate student housing dormitories and apartments around New Haven, including both on- and off-campus housing options.
Most law students choose to live off campus. Apartments are available within a few blocks of the Law School, in New Haven's diverse neighborhoods, and in nearby towns. The University maintains an off-campus housing list of non-Yale properties, which is available only to admitted and current students.