No. 2, Fenway/Kenmore: Total 5,334 students, with more undergrads than grads. Home to Boston University, Emmanuel, Simmons and Wheelock colleges.
No. 3, Jamaica Plain/Mission Hill: Nearly 4,000 students live in these two neighborhoods. Northeastern University, Massachusetts College of Art, Wentworth Institute, and the nearby Longwood Medical Area.
No. 4, Dorchester: Boston's largest neighborhood has 2,765 students, many from the University of Massachusetts Boston, which does not have any dorms.
No. 5, South End: Roughly 2,067 students live in the neighborhood, with somewhat more grads than undergrads.
No. 6, Back Bay/Beacon Hill: Two of Boston's poshest neighborhoods also have 1,849 students, many attending Emerson College and Suffolk University.
No. 7, Central/Downtown Boston: 1,614 students.
No. 8, Roxbury: 1,208 students
No. 9, South Boston: 748 students
No. 10, Roslindale: 741 students
No. 11, East Boston: With 669 students, Eastie one of the fastest growing collegiate population in the city, drawn by lower rents and public transportation.
No. 12, Hyde Park: 558 students
No. 13, Mattapan: 519 students
No. 14, West Roxbury: 475 students
No. 15: Charlestown: 234 students