Housing and Services
John Cabot University offers on-campus housing to students admitted to our graduate
programs. The cost of housing is not included in the tuition. Please note that spaces
are limited. Students may request preferential housing on the housing application;
however, the actual placement is on a first-come first-serve basis. For more information
please visit our graduate housing page or neighborhood apartment page. Please contact [email protected] should you have further questions about JCU Housing and Residential Life.
More information about housing for the MAs programs:
- Information for U.S. citizens, permanent residents of the United States, or Canadian citizens.
- Information for citizens of countries other than the United States or Canada.
In the Tiber Cafe you will find great food prepared and served with care in a friendly atmosphere. The Tiber Cafe pays close attention to special diets and allergies and offers allergy-friendly alternatives to all guests. From home-style favorites and vegetarian cuisine to Mediterranean recipes and international dishes, the Tiber Cafe provides a variety of choices. The staff loves trying new recipes, so the menu varies each semester. Customer requests are always considered. Contact [email protected]uto find out more.
Italian law requires that all non-Italian students living in Italy have medical insurance, whether they need a Permit to Stay or not. John Cabot University works with Cultural Insurance Services International (CISI). Find out more about medical insurance.
Doctor on campus
To support the wellness of students, staff and faculty members, JCU offers the services of an English-speaking campus doctor. The doctor is available for in-person consultations three times a week, and you can book an appointment by emailing [email protected]. This service starts during the first week of classes and is free of charge to members of the JCU community. For medical needs outside of the doctor's office hours, an English-speaking on-call doctor is available.