College Freshman 2013-11-18T17:57:46Z
have not been able to live off campus, school requires 2 years in the dorms
College Junior 2013-11-18T02:43:04Z
Most places to rent are over priced, with no \amenities, no off street parking. Obtaining a place, usually requires a background check and a credit check, proof of funds/incomes, and if you don't have it, your parents have to sign to be legally responsible for your rent. No where accepts pets and 1 year leases are hard to get out of when you go home in the summer.
College Freshman 2013-11-11T16:32:28Z
the off-campus housing selection at Marshall University is fairly decent. There are a lot of choices and almost all of them are really close to the Campus. it can be cheaper than living on campus but you also have your own food expenses which can be very costly. Overall, Marshall does a good job assisting students with off-campus housing.
College Junior 2013-11-05T02:48:58Z
Super cheap which is why I give it 3 stars. The town itself has a relatively low income population, so they aren't the prettiest apartments. The safety is about as good as anywhere, be careful and you'll be fine. they always seem to have ample parking.. But if you bring a bike (both at an apartment or to campus) make sure that you get a SOLID METAL u-lock. someone goes around with bolt cutters and steals bikes with cable/chain locks. I've had 2 stolen so far. That's the only regularly occurring crime here. and that's pretty typical of any college campus
College Sophomore 2013-07-22T21:08:28Z
There are a few different options for off campus living, but because of the large campus and the smaller sized city, the likelihood of finding a place is slimmer than some of the other places in West Virginia.
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