Recognized as one of the top 15 research universities worldwide, UCSD fosters a culture that sparks discoveries and drives economic impact. If you’re either not interested in (or are over) dorm life while you attend UCSD, we’ve got a variety of off-campus housing options.
Many of the following apartment communities are walking distance to UCI, University Center as well as Concordia University. They even provide amenities tailored to the college student with study and business centers that are even open late during finals time.
Residents of University Town Center, a collection of studio to 3-bedroom apartments and townhomes near UCI, have access to study centers, pools, fitness centers, clubhouses that stay open late during finals.
Landlords and rental companies look for consistency in rent payments and to see if any money is owed to a prior landlord or apartment manager. However, if you’ve had bankruptcies, evictions, foreclosures, or unpaid loans or credit cards, this may be a red flag to them as well.
There are obvious things to consider when choosing what apartment to rent; number of bedrooms, floor plan, square footage, etc. Apart from the apartment itself, there are some key aspects to consider that you may easily overlook especially if you’re a first time renter.
The appeal of roommate life is how there’s always someone around to keep you company and share in your interests, but what makes the arrangement even better is the reduced cost of living from splitting rent and utilities.