Moving Into an Apartment or House
Prior to looking into off-campus housing, it is important to look at all of your options and resources. The Division of Student Life has compiled a list of resources for students to use before, during, and after their off-campus experience.
Below are some links to relevant information to look at during your apartment search:
- Tips for Finding An Apartment
- Rental Deposits
- Moving In Checklist
- Utilities - Water
- Utilities - Cable & Internet
- Utilities - Electricity & Gas
- Things to Know Before You Sign a Lease
For more information on things your should be aware of during and after living in your apartment/house, visit the off-campus living guide. The off-campus living guide contains legal information, campus resources, maintenance information, and more.
Wanting To Stay On Campus?
More than 1100 students return to the residence halls each year! You can select to live in a single, double, or suite-style room throughout campus. UH&D offers contract releases for study abroad, internships and co-ops outside of Johnson County, and early graduation. Students off campus are also able to move back into the heart of Hawkeye life!
To learn more about On-Campus Living, please visit the housing website.