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USA Locations: Where We Provide Homestay
USA Locations: Where We Provide Homestay

Are you excited about the idea of studying abroad or hosting a student, but not sure about your location? Check out our 15 destinations.

Updated over a week ago

We Currently Offer Homestay in 15 United States Markets

Check out the beautiful and diverse homestay destinations below. International students can enjoy life in the California sunshine, explore the green forests in Washington, relish in the excitement of New York City, relax on the warm-water beach in Florida and more—the choice is theirs!

  • Los Angeles, CA

  • San Diego, CA

  • San Luis Obispo, CA

  • Santa Barbara, CA

  • Seattle, WA

  • Washington D.C.

  • Arlington, VA

  • New Jersey

  • Chicago, IL

  • Philadelphia, PA

  • Boston, MA

  • New York, NY

  • Miami, FL

  • Tampa, FL

  • Orlando, FL

Please note: If your desired location is not listed above, we do not offer homestay services in that area yet.

Why Only 15 Markets?

We have a solid inventory of reliable host families in the markets listed above. This is extremely important because we strive to match internationals with their host families as quickly as possible. Recruiting host families is a process, and host onboarding / background checks take time. We can provide the best possible service for everyone involved by offering homestay in the 15 locations listed above.

Additionally, we partner with premier high schools, colleges and language schools in each location. It is important for us to pull through for our partners and prioritize these locations first. Most international students decide on a destination, apply to a school, receive their class schedule and then apply with StudentRoomStay for their homestay services.

Exceptions for Study Abroad Groups

Sometimes, we provide homestay for a large group of students, sent to us by our international agency partners. Occasionally, these students are planning to study abroad in a city that is not available in our list of markets. In this case, we might make an exception and do our best to find host families in that market for the group's period of study.

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