Graduate Shared Apartments

The Graduate Shared Apartments offer the opportunity to connect and build a living-learning environment with fellow JCU graduate students, in a Roman-style accommodation. 

These apartments vary in size and layout, and accommodate two to three students. Each unit includes single occupancy bedrooms, a well-equipped shared kitchen, 1-2 bathrooms, and a common area. It is important to note that the common area might not be a separate room (like a living room), rather additional seating space in the kitchen.

The Graduate Shared Apartments are accessible on the city’s public transportation with up to a 30–45-minute commute by bus or tram.  

Amenities and services include:

  • Single-occupancy bedroom in shared apartments with other JCU graduate students 
  • A shared area (kitchen, bathroom, living/dining space)
  • Fully furnished apartment with shared kitchen equipment (refrigerator, stove & oven, microwave, pots and pans, plates, utensils)
  • Starter kit with towels, bedsheets, comforter, pillow, laundry hamper, and drying rack
  • Central or independent heating (air-conditioning is not guaranteed)
  • Free use of shared washing machines in individual apartment units
  • Free Wireless internet*
  • Access to the Gianicolo gym and Fitness Center, and to the Counseling Office
  • Option to purchase meal plans for the Tiber Cafe
  • Regular cleaning of communal spaces (kitchen, bathroom, living/dining area)
  • Access to online maintenance request portal
  • Building access with entrance code and/or keys for security
  • 24/7 emergency on-call number
  • Each student is assigned to a dedicated JCU Housing staff living near the apartments.  

*John Cabot University does not accept any liability for issues with external internet providers and will not intervene in internet maintenance. For academic research, students should utilize the wireless internet services available at Guarini and Tiber Campuses.

  • Graduate Shared Apartments
  • Graduate Shared Apartments
  • Graduate Shared Apartments