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Housing

Our study abroad programs offer a variety of housing types; including residence halls, homestays with local families, and student-focused apartments.  Not all housing types are available in all locations, so be sure to factor housing type into your program choice if a specific type of study abroad housing is very important to you.  


For program-specific housing options, check the webpage for your specific program at this website.  For example, the Loyola Vietnam Center offers residence hall accommodation exclusively.

Housing Policy

It is the policy of the Office of International Programs that when abroad, you should live in the housing provided by the host campus.  This could include housing owned, leased, or otherwise officially contracted by the host campus.  Living in housing not provided by the host campus is strongly discouraged.  Exceptions to this policy must be expressly granted to the individual student by OIP.