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Student Housing in Washington DC

Student Housing & Apartments for Rent in Washington DC

If you are coming to DC to study or to intern, Washington's student accommodation market will be very appealing to you. If also you would prefer to live off campus, there are several areas of the city that are very student friendly! Areas such as Dupont Circle and Georgetown are joined by U Street Corridor – popular with students, not just because of the inspiration given to them by the area but also its walkability and excellent nightlife. The same could also be said of Navy Yard which has a lot of newly built housing and also the more centrally located Penn Quarter.





Student Accommodations

Featured Properties

$3,690
Zeus

Tenleytown Studio near Metro

$1,421
June Homes

Queen size Master 2A

$5,290
Zeus

1 Bedroom in Downtown Wash DC

$18,429
HomeAway

|- Historic -|- Capitol Hill, DC -|- Row Home -|

$1,101
4Stay

FINE CITY LIVING

$7,256
HomeAway

Fabulous 1890 Victorian home on Capitol Hill; 100 steps to metro, #1

$10,849
Zeus

4BR Home near Dupont Circle

$3,946
Zeus

Navy Yard BR in Hip Complex

$3,225
HomeAway

89 WALKSCORE, Just Renovated & 2 Min Walk To Red Line Metro &

$3,762
HomeAway

Adams Morgan DC, beautifully furnished 2-bedroom + den close to all at

$942
4Stay

Capitol Hill Room

$5,160
HomeAway

Cozy Basement at the best location, free parking!

$1,210
4Stay

Spacious room with ensuite master bath

$4,377
HomeAway

Victorian Flat in Capitol Hill- US Capitol/Eastern Market/Union Statio

$7,370
Zeus

Dupont Circle 2 Bedroom with Private Terrace

$896
4Stay

Students rental

$2,192
4Stay

Quiet and Close to Downtown

$5,574
Roomster

5 Bed/ 2 Bath townhouse in Mount Pleasant Neighborhood

$1,103
Bungalow

Available 6/1 - Cozy Townhouse in Columbia Heights - Bedroom 1

$3,332
HomeAway

Capitol Hill Cottage - 1/2 block from Lincoln Park & minutes to Ea

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Summer Housing in Washington DC

As Colleges around the country break for summer – a whole host of interns and political minded people descend upon Washington for seasonal work and job experience. All of these interns need housing and unfortunately the landlords know this. Not only are short term leases a lot more expensive than normal – the competition is fierce. The cheapest way to find a place to stay would be to look for dorm-style housing in Washington DC's universities. The campus' always rent out the dorms during summer time – but move quickly. These rooms book up fast.

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