College Freshman 2013-10-25T05:39:34Z
Students are not allowed to live off campus in housing.
College Senior 2013-07-17T01:05:33Z
Off Campus Housing at Ashland is irrelevant mostly because most students are "traditional college students" and campus policy requires them to reside in the dorms unless they live within so many miles of the school. However, being a "non-traditional" student, (married with kids) it was not likely for me to live in the dorms with me kids. So I did have my own home and commuted to the college.
College Freshman 2013-05-26T13:47:33Z
Because Ashland University is a residential University all full time students (12 or more credit hours per semester are required to live in University housing unless they have a pressing reason for an exception (like having a family) or that they live within 35 miles of the campus. Students living within 35 miles of campus are allowed to live at home. Because I live in a village that is within 35 miles of the college campus I am living at home while attending Ashland University. Students that do live off campus can easily find housing because the nearby residents and landlords are very used to Ashland University students looking for housing opportunities with many sharing their homes with students and earning money that way. The people of Ashland are friendly and very supportive of the students going to Ashland University. There is lots of street parking and plenty of off-campus housing opportunities within walking distance of the campus. Ashland is a safe area and housing costs are pretty typical of a small city.
College Senior 2013-03-15T01:47:00Z
Ashland does not allow off-campus housing unless you are 23, married, or a convict. Some people try to sneak around this, but you can rack up large fines if the university "finds you". The on-campus housing is not bad, especially with senior apartments being an option.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-01T21:37:26Z
You aren't able to live off campus until you're 22 or if you're considered a commuter living with parents. Some people lie and have a house that their parents own etc but if you get caught there could be some issues. I believe that the student senate is working to lower the age you're allowed to live off campus. But living on campus is nice because its smaller and you can walk everywhere-classes, food, football games etc.
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