There are no CMC housing facilities available on the Washington Program. Students are responsible for arranging their own independent housing in DC. During the orientations in Claremont, students are given the necessary tools and guidance to finding housing and selecting roommates. This information includes descriptions of different neighborhoods in Washington and the surrounding suburbs, a housing resource guide, and specific websites where students can research available housing.
Washington Program students often live together in group housing, which reduces costs and eases the challenge of living off-campus in a new city. Once accepted, interns should also discuss Washington housing with alumni of the program, current interns, or any other contacts they may have in the D.C. metropolitan area.