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Once you’ve landed an internship, it may be possible you need to seek out housing for the duration of your employment. Use the following tips to make the housing search process easier!

  • Report your employment and opt-in to sharing your contact information so the Business Career Center can connect you with Smeal students moving to the area.
  • Ask your employer – Some employers offer housing options, roommate matching and/or can offer suggestions on places to live.
  • Connect with local universities in the area. Some universities open up on-campus housing for summer sublets.
  • Think about your network – do you have family or friends you could live with? This could offer you great cost savings!

Check out these links below for additional housing resources.

General Housing Websites:


Roomi helps you find housing (and roommates who have been screened via background checks!) in 19 cities, including: New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.C./Baltimore, Austin, Boston, Chicago, San Diego, San Franciso/Bay Area, Los Angeles, Miami, Orlando, Las Vegas, Houston, Atlanta, Portland, Dallas, Denver, Seattle, London, Toronto, and Vancouver. Nominal fees apply.

Chicago Housing:

New York Housing:

If you are planning an internship in New York, demand is very high and quality residences are in limited supply. The following are resources:

Pittsburgh Housing:

Stamford, CT Housing:

Washington D.C. Housing:

Weehawken, NJ Housing:

Applications Open for SEN Student Grant Program

The Student Engagement Network is now accepting applications and nominations for our Grant Program.

The Student Engagement Network awards grants of up to $3,000 to support student experiential learning endeavors. Examples include financial support for unpaid internship or research opportunities, living expenses, travel costs, conference fees, and more.

To learn more about the Student Engagement Network Grant Program, visit