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Written by Christine Shuster
Off-campus housing isn't very hard to find. But before you make the big move, you first need to apply and be approved by campus housing to live off campus. While most students generally tend to live on campus, it is sometimes worth it to live off campus because of the money you will save. Staying on campus also keeps you in "the loop" more about what's going on around campus.
In terms of off-campus living arrangements, students live in both apartments and houses. Apartments are around $650 a month for a single bedroom and not much more for a double bedroom. Apartments and houses are both pretty affordable to rent, and there are a good amount of choices near campus. The streets right off of campus usually have houses for rent, and as close as a block away, there is an apartment complex that some students stay in.
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