Here is a list of useful resources for students living off-campus:
- Roommate Nation – A roommate matching service for students looking for apartments, or students with apartments looking for a roommate.
- Renter’s Guide for Students – The basics that all prospective tenants should know when renting a place off-campus.
- Can I live off-campus?
- How do I find out about an available place to rent off-campus?
- Where should I live?
- How and when should I apply for off-campus housing?
- How much does it cost to live off-campus?
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Renter’s Checklist – Questions that prospective tenants should ask when inquiring about a property listing.
- Renter's Insurance
- Lease Guide
- Landlord Responsibilities
- Tenant Rights and Responsibilities
- When I move in…
- When Things Go Wrong…
- Security Deposit – Getting it back
- Threats of Eviction
- Breaking a Lease
- Apartment Reviews – A student government website that allows tenants to share their experiences of living off-campus.
Other Important Documents
The California Borough
- A Ready Reference – Borough Ordinances
- Utilities Information - see Renter's Guide for Students, then click on "How Much Does it Cost to Live Off-Campus?"
Questions? Please contact the Office of Student Affairs (email@example.com) (724-938-4439)
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Notice of Violation
This posting will be placed on the properties that did not qualify for occupancy permits. If you are renting off-campus housing and your property is posted with notice of violation, you may remain in the residence for the remainder of the semester. If the landlord complies with the stipulations, the property should be available. If your building is posted, it is very important that you contact your landlord concerning your housing status.