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On-Campus Graduate Student Housing

Graduate Residential Life at Lasell University offers graduate students a unique and convenient living experience. Like the classroom environment, Lasell prides itself on having small residential communities where students feel comfortable and connected.

  • No first and last month rent
  • No broker fee
  • Financial Aid available for qualified students 

All Graduate Students are housed in Haskell House. Purchased from the estate of Margaret Haskell in the 1990's, previously used as the offices for the President and Institutional Advancement. Haskell* houses 9 single units ranging in three sizes - regular, large and extra-large (see pricing below). The house is coeducational with shared bathrooms on each floor, a spacious lounge, laundry facilities in the basement, and communal kitchen. 

Now accepting Spring 2020 Housing Applications at a Prorated rate! Apply now!

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Cost of Graduate On-Campus Housing

Room Type (Available) Academic Year* 9-month (36 weeks)
Regular Single (2) $     9,450.00 
Large Single (4) $     10,350.00 
Extra Large Single (3) $     11,250.00 

*Rates include room only for the 2019-20 Academic Year. When space is available, rooms may be attained on a semester basis at a prorated cost.

Additional Fees:

  • Damage Deposit $450 (refundable)
  • Comprehensive Fee $325 per semester
  • Parking $540.00 per year
  • Optional Meal Plan $385 (75 any time meals per semester)
  • Health Insurance $2,288 per year**
    • Students have the option to opt-out by providing proof of current health insurance plan.
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Lasell University carries no insurance covering personal property, and assumes no responsibility for items lost, damaged or stolen from student rooms. Residents are encouraged to review their family personal property insurance and obtain appropriate coverage. The following link is an example of a source of student insurance 

Lasell University places great value in the experience of students living and learning on campus. The Office of Disability Services works collaboratively with the Office of Residential Life to provide graduate students living on campus with living arrangements that meet their accommodation needs. If you have a disability related need that may require an accommodation please find more information at

*^ Additional fees will apply

For information regarding health insurance requirements and waivers, please click here