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American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine Housing

Assisting Students with On-Campus and Off-Campus Housing

American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) housing takes great pride in assisting students in finding housing that is safe, comfortable, and conducive to study.

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Study in Paradise at AUC’s Sint Maarten Campus

Our Sint Maarten campus overlooks the beautiful Simpson Bay Lagoon and is adjacent to the 18-hole championship Mullet Bay Golf Course and Mullet Bay Beach. 

Our campus location enables students and their families to access stunning beaches, excellent diving, sailing, and sports activities, and countless local markets and duty-free shopping.

Students have the option to live on-campus or off-campus. No matter where you choose to live, you’ll want to ensure that your environment is conducive to the rigors of medical school. AUC’s Department of Housing and Residential Life will help you find the place that’s right for you.

Benefits to Living on Campus

Convenience is a prime benefit to living on campus at AUC. Students who choose to live in one of the 80 furnished apartment units on campus have easy access to such AUC resources and amenities as the on-campus gym, basketball court, and WiFi. Campus living also offers students the chance to interact with like-minded peers from a wide variety of cultures and backgrounds from across the globe to form a unique community experience that is difficult to replicate off campus. Relax without the worries that conventional housing can entail and concentrate on being a student instead.

Housing Resources

Housing Guide

Information to assist you in getting prepared for your stay on-campus during your first semester in medical school.


Possible layouts of housing available.

Apartment Rules

Housing Agreements, Terms and Conditions.

Off-Campus Housing

At some point during your time at AUC, you may choose to explore off-campus living options. While the potential to spread your wings and enjoy greater independence sounds exciting, the decision can be a bit overwhelming, especially if you are venturing out on your own for the first time. Choosing to live off campus will present a new set of variables and responsibilities. The good news is that AUC staff is available to help you make the transition easier and less stressful, whether you are a student seeking a place to live for just yourself or for an entire family with its own unique needs.