College Senior 2013-05-23T19:23:18Z
I know other people who had plenty of luck finding off-campus housing, so I can't be too harsh on Marquette for this, but I had a hard time finding anything--it didn't seem to matter when I actually looked for housing, none of it really fit what I was looking for. Everything seemed to either be a 1bedroom apartment or a 5-bedroom house, and I just wanted a 2-bedroom place for my roommate and me. Also, it seems like NO ONE in town allows animals, even just a rabbit and hamster. Prices are decent, though--some places are laughably expensive, but most landlords know their target clientele and know that students are only going to be able to pay so much.
College Sophomore 2013-03-16T03:23:09Z
Everything's expensive, horrible, and sketchy. As a pizza delivery driver, I've seen the inside of basically every apartment complex in the city, and I have been impressed by exactly NONE of them - aside from the on-campus Woodland Park apartments.
College Junior 2013-02-26T05:35:35Z
There are lots of choices, but some of them aren't exactly what I'm looking for.
College Student 2013-02-21T01:53:57Z
Don't know i've never had to do Off-Campus housing, lived with my parents when i went for the 2 years other than that there is a lot of housing and apartments all over marquette, ishpeming, and negaunee.
College Sophomore 2013-01-19T03:47:17Z
There are pleanty of housing options you can take into consideration. One option is to rent an off-campus apartment. They're clean, neat, and most of them are already furnished. It's not a long bike ride or drive to campus either. Another option is going in with a couple friends and renting a house. It's stable, cozy, and near town so you won't have to go far. Also, most of the houses are close enough for you to walk to school everyday. I suppose a con to living off campus would be that you really do miss out on a lot of the college experience. There's just not the same community feeling as there are in the dorms.
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