Student Housing Information
SOLEX college offers our international students a variety of housing options. If you are searching for a safe, clean, comfortable place to stay, you should experience life with an American family or fellow students.
There are lots of advantages of homestay. First of all, you will receive a full immersion into the English language environment. Secondly, all our homestay locations are close to public transportation, so you won’t need to worry about being late to school. And what is crucial, this type of housing is affordable and can fit your budget.
By staying with a family, you will get your own room and as much privacy as you need. However, you will be also able to get all the help you need from the family. Whether you are looking for directions or need recommendations for a place to go or things to see, the family you stay with will be more than happy to assist you. Your social life will become much more varied with them! Homestay will definitely enhance your American experience.
SOLEX College can also offer you housing without anyone living there except your fellow students. You will get a separate bedroom and will only have to share the bathroom with another student. It is still a great chance to practice English, since all students come from different countries and they don’t speak the language you do. It is a great opportunity to socialize and make friends from all over the world.
If you want to find a reliable and convenient place to stay, ask your advisor about the housing options and select a house that meets your needs. You can also submit your housing request here or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
SOLEX College can help you find an accommodation that fits your needs. We have some options available for you, and prices vary from $750 to $1200! Some houses have meal plans included.
Remember to contact SOLEX College about housing in advance. Availability is limited.
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HAVE QUESTIONS OR READY TO GET STARTED?
Call us at 866-79SOLEX (76539) to speak to an admissions representative or request more information via e-mail.