Graduate Student Housing

On-campus housing

Limited on-campus graduate housing is available for full-time, unmarried students in the Aubuchon Townhouses. The Aubuchon Townhouses are six-person apartments – three double rooms with a shared bathroom, living room and kitchen. Aubuchon will house 12 graduate students.

Due to the limited space, preference will be given to students currently enrolled in graduate courses (minimum of 8 credits) on a first come, first served basis. Interested graduate students who are not assigned housing will be placed on a waiting list. As spaces become vacant, the Office of Residential Life will contact you about your interest in moving onto campus.

Cost for Aubuchon is $4,147 per semester. Cost includes housing for one semester in a furnished apartment including electricity, water/hot water, cable, wireless and plug in internet, use of a shared laundry facility (no additional fee but not located within the apartment) and heat.

Roommates are assigned randomly from the pool of students requesting graduate housing. Graduate students are eligible to request one roommate to live with provided that student is currently enrolled in a graduate program.

Questions? Contact the Office of Residential Life at 508-767-7505.

Off-campus housing

There are many housing opportunities in the city of Worcester and within the Greater Worcester area. Listed below are two potential housing opportunities from companies that reached out to Assumption University.

  • The Edge at Union Station* offers furnished, short-term graduate housing with a number of amenities including shuttle service to and from campus. You can find more information at or    
  • The Grid* is a pet friendly option located in the heart of downtown Worcester's Theater District. You can find more information at

If you have any questions about graduate housing, please do not hesitate to reach out to the Graduate Studies Office at 508-767-7387 or email us at  

*Assumption University does not endorse any specific outside housing opportunity or arrangement arrangement but supplies this information at the request of the private landlord. It is the responsibility of the student to check out the terms and conditions of the rental agreement as well as the safety conditions of the building and the availability of security personnel and devices inside and outside the rental facility.