Students have many options for their living arrangements, both on and off campus. It’s important that students and families explore these options and make informed housing decisions.

On-Campus Housing

University Housing’s residence halls are unique communities built specifically for your student’s success, with readily available resources, support, services, and events. Live-in staff members are available 24/7 to help consult on any issue. In-house resources such as tech centers, academic advising, and workshops are available and help students try new things and meet new people. Returning residents can pick their own rooms and take advantage of unique programs and halls.

Off-Campus Housing

Off-Campus Housing Services is a resource within University Housing to help students and families navigate the housing search. The service is designed to provide students with the resources to make informed decisions and to offer follow-up support as needed. Off-Campus Housing Services provides educational programs, builds relationships with landlords, and meets individually with students who need assistance.

Rental Resources

Students have access to free counseling for tenants interested in learning more about their rental rights and responsibilities. Information on state and local rental laws, regulations, and lease-screening services is available at the Tenant Resource Center.