A stay at Boston’s cultural homeradies international will set you back $5,000
A stay in a cultural homeroom at Boston University will cost you $5 (U.S.) a night, according to the university’s website.
That’s on top of the price tag for a stay in an apartment in the same building.
The homestays are run by the American Cultural Center (ACC), a private nonprofit organization that is part of the University of Massachusetts system.
Students who want to stay in the institutions homestys can book through its website or by calling 1-877-739-8989.
The program was created to “ensure that cultural homers, who make a huge difference in society, have access to quality cultural programming and services,” according to its website.
A visit to the ACS can also cost students $10.50 a night.
Students will also be able to book a cultural hall with its own private dining room for $2,500 a night or $6,000 a year.
The college is trying to attract more people to its program, and the college’s director, Carol Crain, told CBC News she hopes that can happen in the near future.
“We’re just trying to find ways to increase the number of people that are interested in coming and staying in cultural facilities and that’s what we’re going to focus on, to increase interest in this program,” she said.
“It’s really an incredible opportunity for people to have a stay at the facility and it’s really a great way for people who want that experience.”
The college said it will be adding a full-service dining room and room service soon.
But for now, the college said the program will only offer one room per student and students can stay in two rooms at one time.
The center is currently in the process of updating the website to make room for more spaces, including more rooms.