In order to live in the Dudley Co-op, there are a few steps. First, you must first go to the house at 3 Sacramento Street for dinner to see the house, interact with the resident students, and get a feel for the vibe of the house and the responsibilities of living in a co-op. Fifteen minutes before our 6:30 p.m. dinner starts, one of the Co-op Tutors will meet with you to discuss living in the co-op and to explore whether it seems like a good fit for you. To set up an appointment for your interview and dinner, contact the Co-op Tutor, Bradley Craig (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the Resident Dean Laura Chivers (mailto:email@example.com).
Next, if you are still interested in living in the Co-op after meeting with the tutor, contact the Dudley Community office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-495-2256 and request your name to be placed on the Co-op waitlist. Once your name comes up on the waitlist and you are offered a room in the Co-op, you will need to submit a Dudley Co-op Relocation Form in the Residential Portal.
There are no phone interviews. It is important to get a feel for the Co-op in person before you make the decision to live there. If you know of students who might enjoy living in a small, welcoming, cooperative community, please encourage them to visit the Dudley Co-op. If you think this sounds interesting for yourself, consider this an invitation to dinner some night soon!