Housing & Meals
Students will live at a guesthouse centrally located in Ho Chi Minh City in double occupancy rooms that are comfortable and clean. Each furnished room includes a private bathroom, small refrigerator, television and phone. The rooms are serviced daily, including basic cleaning and laundry picked up (for those students using the inexpensive laundry service). Rooms are air conditioned by wall units, typically run only when people are in the room. Students will have the option to live with a Vietnamese roommate from Loyola’s partner institution in Ho Chi Minh City, the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (USSH). See photos of the program housing.
Although students on the program will not have a traditional meal plan, there are many options with regards to food. Located within close proximity to the dormitories are dozens of student-oriented "canteens" and family-run restaurants, both of which serve reasonably-priced and delicious meals for groups or individuals.