Founded in 1899, Mount Ida College is a small, private college in Newton, Massachusetts, just minutes from Boston. Mount Ida provides career-focused programs built upon a strong foundation in the social sciences, humanities and the arts, all developed and implemented to prepare our students for success in their chosen fields of endeavor.
With a tight-knit, inclusive community, a diverse student body, winning NCAA Division III sports teams, a beautiful and safe suburban campus and a vibrant school spirit, Mount Ida is the place where students become the best version of themselves.
They offer accredited, distinctive college degree programs with a strong career focus, taught by faculty members with real-world experience in a variety of professions and industries. The Mount Ida College professors truly are attentive to the academic and career success of students and graduates. Its comprehensive program of internships and practicums provides students with the opportunity to apply their learning in true work settings and to help determine their areas of interest for future employment.
YAŞAM MASRAFLARI US$13,000
ORTALAMA ÖZEL KİRA TUTARI US$9,804
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Campus Living & Residence life at MIC
Residence Life is housed within the Office of Campus Living, along with Community Standards
- Approximately 60 percent of Mount Ida College students choose to live on campus.
- Living in a residence hall at Mount Ida connects you to a vibrant and dynamic residential community, providing meaningful opportunities for you to engage with one another, explore new experiences and to develop outside of the classroom
- The university residential campus, nestled in Newton, Massachusetts, just minutes from Boston, is the perfect place to live and study during your college career.
- The university campus rooms include free wireless internet, access to cable television, and mostly free laundry rooms
The options you can choose from are as follows:
- Wingate Hall: Home to approximately 260 students, Wingate Hall is four stories, offering single gender and co-ed floors.
Brown Hall: The houses approximately 65 students. All of the floors in Brown are single gender, and the third floor is also Academic Intensive, which means that it has 24 hour quiet hours.
Chapman Hall: Chapman Hall is co-ed residence hall and home to approximately 40 students
Malloy Hall: Renovated in 2013, Malloy Hall, the college’s largest residence hall, houses approximately 320 students and offers two Living Learning Communities: Design and Lambda (gender-inclusive).
New Hall: Built in 2008, New Hall houses 133 upperclassmen and features a “pod” design. Each of the pods has three floors with each floor having a small, co-ed community of 22 students who live in different types and sizes of rooms surrounding two common bath areas.
See more about the housing options at: www.mountida.edu/campus-life/residence-life/residence-halls/
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