Engelhart Hall, located at 1915 Maple Avenue in Evanston, is a University-operated residence hall for graduate students. The 250-unit hall has air-conditioned studio and one- and two-bedroom apartments. Apartments are furnished, except for linens, kitchen utensils, dishes, and silverware. Rates include all utilities. Garage rentals are not included. (See the information about parking below.) Students who wish to obtain housing in Engelhart Hall should write to Graduate Housing, 1915 Maple Avenue, Evanston, Illinois 60201-3194, and request a housing application.
Seabury Apartments are located at 600 Haven Street, Evanston. TGS is working with the University Housing office to offer priority applications to Seabury for students who are parents. Seabury is newly renovated with an abundance of features, its proximity to campus amongst the most notable. This residence offers affordable housing options to the graduate student population, and we are excited to offer this priority application service to students who are parents.
How to take advantage of the priority application process: send a completed Seabury Application to Penny Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org . Your application will be forwarded to University Housing and flagged as a priority application. This will not guarantee you housing, but it will improve your chances of being selected.
The Off-Campus website contains the information and resources available to students living off-campus, from apartment hunting to being a good neighbor within the Chicago/Evanston and Northwestern communities.
Some students rent apartments in Chicago and the neighboring suburbs. Since the campus is centrally located, public transportation is excellent. It is highly advisable for students who wish to rent apartments to visit the area and make living arrangements before beginning their graduate work.
Additional Off-Campus Resources
For students on both the Evanston and Chicago campuses, links to local apartment finding services can be found below and on the Northwestern Student Housing Web site under the heading Other Resources: http://www.northwestern.edu/offcampus/.
- Craigslist Chicago, find apartments, sublets, anything!
- Student-Space, an apartment finder for students. This is a free resource.
- Apartmentlist.com a free search engine listing affordable housing
- The Apartment People, The Apartment Guide, Rent.com and Chicago Apartment Finders are free resources.