Living Off-Campus

Deciding whether to live on or off campus is a significant decision. In addition to the conveniences, opportunities, and freedom that either option presents, you must also consider the responsibilities associated with both. In many ways, living off campus means you will assume more responsibilities such as, paying monthly bills, cooking and cleaning, and the responsibilities associated with living in a neighborhood that includes college students and non-students. Living off campus also has financial implications. Costs that are included in room and board charges for living on campus such as food, Internet, television/cable and utility bills are new expenses that you will have to consider and manage in addition to a monthly rent. The question for you to answer is, “Are you ready to live off campus and on your own?"

Here are some resources to help you after you decide to move off-campus:


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