One Health: Automated Roommate Match Service
Need to cut the cost of your annual meeting housing? Share a room at the Boston Sheraton, the offical meeting hotel for One Health! To find a roommate to share with, you can check with colleagues, post a notice on Medlib-L, or use MLA’s roommate match application.
How Does It Work?
- On the next page, fill in the quick form with your name, email, and other information, then click the "Continue" button.
- The system will look at current entries (it matches for gender and smoking preferences only).
- You will immedately see if there is a match and the system will notify both you and your prospective roommate via email. If there is no match, wait a few days to see if one arrives via email.
- Once you receive a match, it is your responsibility to contact your prospective roommate and make arrangements and reservations. This web service is for helping you to exchange contact information only. MLA will not make reservations for you.
MLA offers this roommate match application as a service to members. MLA bears no responsibility or liability for the roommate arrangements that you enter into as a result of using this service, including but not limited to any disputes that arise regarding payment of hotel room charges, any personal injuries sustained during your hotel stay, or any other damages that you may incur from using this service.
In addition, you voluntarily waive and hold MLA harmless from any claims you may have against the Medical Library Association arising out of the roommate arrangements that you make as a result of using this service.
By clicking on the link below, you acknowledge that you have read, understand, and accept these terms and conditions.