Just a note: All residents must be 21 or older before their reservation start date.
Under 21? The Harvard Kennedy School has a great housing guide for DC.
“By my third day living at ISH-DC- I knew I made the right decision to live here…from the moment I walked in the door I immediately had a new family.”
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 Availability
(Updated July 15, 2019)
|August 1||7 Vacancies||8 Vacancies|
|August 15||6 Vacancies||4 Vacancies|
|September 1||6 Vacancies||5 Vacancies|
|September 15||7 Vacancies||5 Vacancies|
|October 1||9 Vacancies||6 Vacancies|
|October 15||9 Vacancies||7 Vacancies|
|November 1||10 Vacancies||7 Vacancies|
|November 15||10 Vacancies||7 Vacancies|
|December 1||10 Vacancies||7 Vacancies|
|December 15||18 Vacancies||13 Vacancies|
|January 1||25 Vacancies||21 Vacancies|
|January 15||25 Vacancies||21 Vacancies|
|February 1||20 Vacancies||17 Vacancies|
|Spring 2020||20 Vacancies||17 Vacancies|
There’s no better way to quickly settle into Washington, DC and gain new life-long friendships than to live at ISH-DC.
Just a note: all residents must be 21 or older before their reservation start date.