Studying at Suffolk Madrid gives you a world-class opportunity to learn and live in a world capital. You can choose the type of housing that'll help you feel most at home.
|Housing Type||Student Residence||Homestay|
|Description||A more “typical” college dorm experience. Roommates are from Suffolk. Other residents are primarily Spanish university students.||Living with a family is the best way to experience Spanish culture and language.|
|Room Type||Double rooms with bathroom and shower. Equipped with mini-fridge and sink. Common areas are cleaned weekly.||Double or single rooms. Shared bathroom with other family members.|
|Meal Plan||Full Board: 3 meals a day, 7 days a week.||Full Board: 3 meals a day, 7 days a week.|
|Guest Policy||Overnight guests are not allowed.||Overnight guests are not allowed.|
|Curfew||No curfew.||No curfew.|
|Location||10-minute walk from campus.||Locations vary, but usually less than 20 minutes door-to-door.|
|Self-service. Coin-op washer and dryer in basement.||Laundry services included.|
|Twice-weekly cleaning of common areas provided.||Cleaning services included.|
|24-hour gym, study spaces, and common areas on site. Towels, bed linen, pillows, and blankets are included.||Dietary preferences and allergies are more easily attended to. Towels, bed linen, pillows, and blankets are included.|
Students who meet certain requirements may be eligible to apply for a housing waiver to live off campus.