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Being a college student can sometimes become problematic when looking for a new home.  Moving to a new place each year or finding the perfect roommates may be the most daunting tasks when beginning your search. From first time freshmen to senior seniority, student apartments are always a great option when considering where to live! Living in student housing can be quite beneficial while working on your studies and choosing the perfect place to live can enhance your college experience and by-the-bedroom rentals make cheap apartments near USF a budget friendly option. Student housing can come in all shapes and sizes to bare-minimal to fully furnished or even luxury communities to fit any and all of your needs! 

Is this the first time you will be living on your own? Select a fully furnished student apartment to make your move a breeze! You can chose to bring your own bedroom furniture and have your living room already furnished or just have a furnished bedroom! Furnished places give you the option to have your new home already decorated! Perhaps you are looking for a roommate? Student apartments often come in dormitory style living. Meaning, you have the option to live with two or three other roommates. You can have your own bedroom and share a kitchen with your new college friends. Celebrate game day in your new common area or on your balcony! School pride and unity lives throughout student communities! Looking to live on your own? Easy! There are plenty of one-bedroom off campus housing communities located on or near campus to make meeting new friends a  simple task even for those of you who are shy! Student apartments often offer many opportunities to meet your neighbors by hosting social events such as pool parties and bar-b-ques.  Do you need a place to study in walking distance of your new student apartment? Living on or near campus makes it easy to enjoy the school's facilities. However, many student communities include business centers or quiet study areas where you can study during midnight hours for finals! Do you want to bring your pet? Many student housing communities allow you the opportunity to bring your furry best friend along! Selecting what amenities you would like to have in your new home is just another advantage of living in a student apartment.

If you're looking for an apartment on the North side of USF campus, check out this page for apartments near 42nd Street.

Are you a college graduate student or a university senior looking for a cozy, quite space near campus? Student apartments are available just miles you're your college campus! This means that you are still minutes away from your campus library and social events but can enjoy a more calm and relaxed environment conducive for studying.  Select a student apartment with a pool or park where you can grab a book and read in the plush environment. Maybe you want the feeling of living in a countryside manner while still having city style facilities? Graduating in just a few months but still want to live out the next semester as a student? Easy! Select a student apartment with a shorter lease! Some off campus housing comes in the option of month-to-month leases or even a six-month lease. Keep in mind that these shorter lease options may be more expensive than living in student apartment with a one-year agreement.  Student housing communities come in a variety of accommodations to ensure that you will have the perfect living experience throughout your collegiate years! 

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