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Housing

Both on-campus and off-campus housing options are available to all Warner students.

On-Campus
Students enrolling at the Warner School should consider taking advantage of the University of Rochester graduate and family housing.  There are a variety of housing opportunities adjacent to campus available for graduate students -- from a high-rise apartment building next door to College Town to townhouses located in a rustic setting adjacent to the campus.  Since there is limited on-campus graduate housing available, to have the best opportunity of getting graduate on-campus housing you should plan on participating in the housing lottery, which requires you to submit a completed application by early May.  Details about housing choices, the lottery, and housing policies are available through the links below.  
 
Students and their families come from around the world, reflecting the diverse enrollment at the University of Rochester. Our communities encourage students and their families to become involved and celebrate the unique contributions that each person can bring to this living and learning environment.
 
The Assistant Director for Residential Life responsible for Graduate and Family Housing and the graduate community advisors (GCAs) staff are available to provide support, address concerns, and encourage involvement in our graduate communities.
 
For more information, check out our blogs at:
https://blogs.rochester.edu/golerhouse/
https://blogs.rochester.edu/universitypark/
https://blogs.rochester.edu/whipplepark/
 
Graduate Housing Documents:
2016-17 Graduate Housing Policies and Guidelines
2016-17 Graduate Housing Application
 
University Apartments Office
University of Rochester
020 Gates Wing
Susan B. Anthony Halls
P.O. Box 270468
Rochester, New York 14627-0468
(585) 275-5824
(585) 276-1886 (fax)
uapts@reslife.rochester.edu
 
Off-campus
In addition to on-campus housing opportunities, there are many apartment options near campus. The Office for Off Campus Living helps international students understand the process of renting an apartment in the United States and helps you locate neighborhoods that are suitable for your lifestyle and budget. They offer off-campus housing advising, rental application and lease reviewing services, and occasional tours of Rochester neighborhoods. The office also can provide you with maps of Rochester, renter’s insurance information, safety checklists, and other information.

The Office for Off Campus Living maintains a database of housing opportunities within proximity of the University of Rochester campus. 

To correspond with the Coordinator for Off Campus Living, please send an e-mail to offcampus@reslife.rochester.edu.
 
Off-Campus Living Program
University of Rochester
020 Gates Wing
Susan B. Anthony Halls
P.O. Box 270468
Rochester, New York 14627-0468
(585) 275-1081
(585) 276-1886 (fax)
offcampus@reslife.rochester.edu