No, while we are predominantly student housing we rent to anyone who meets our rental qualifications. Please contact the office for a list of criteria we use to qualify applicants for residency in our community.
Individual lease liability essentially means that your lease makes you responsible for only your specific bedroom and portion of the common area. Basically, you are not responsible for the payments of any other tenants.
Rent is due on the 1st of each month or the day that you move-in.
Your rent is based on a contractual amount and is divided into 12 equal installments due monthly. We have already taken into consideration the two weeks you will not live here in August.
We offer a wide range of amenities – so many, in fact, that there are probably too many to list in this FAQ. Here is a full, comprehensive list of all the amenities that we have to offer.
Yes, all of our units come fully furnished! For the common area, that includes: a couch, lounge chair, dining room table*, dining room chairs*, and even an in-unit full-sized washer and dryer. Each bedroom includes a mattress, bed frame, dresser, desk, and chair.
The bed size is Full XL, but fitted queen size sheets do fit on the beds.
No, we don’t have any one-bedroom floor plans, but we do lease by the bedroom. That means you are only responsible for your specific rent amount each month, so you get the common area and space that you’d get with a one-bedroom apartment at a much lower rate. You also don’t have to worry about responsibility for a roommate’s rental payments.
Yes! We are a pet-friendly community that loves furry creatures of all shapes and sizes. There is a non-refundable pet fee of $250. We allow one pet per lease agreement, and we do have a few breed restrictions. Please contact the office for a list of pet policies and breed restrictions.
Cable, internet, and trash are provided for as a part of your rent. Residents are responsible for electricity and Water. Water is a flat rate of $10 a month. Electricity is determined by usage and provider rates and divided by the number of occupants in the unit. We generally tell residents to budget around $50-$80 per month for electricity charges.
It depends on when you sign your lease agreement. Our lease terms are fixed and revolve around the academic calendar. All leases are written with a fixed lease end-term date, ending each year on July 31st.
No, you do not necessarily need a guarantor, but it does depend on how you go about qualifying. Unless you qualify as an international student or self qualify, you will need a qualified guarantor in order to sign a lease agreement. Please contact the office and speak with a Leasing Consultant about the different ways to try and qualify.
Yes, our resident portal makes paying your rent online convenient and easy! Your resident portal also gives you the ability to submit any maintenance requests and view any upcoming resident events.
Yes, parking is available, and best of all, it’s free! We recommend you register your vehicle with the leasing office and obtain a parking pass. There is a limit of one vehicle per resident.
We do have a Tiger Transit located right in front of our office. The transit runs every 5-11 minutes from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. while classes are in session. You can download the Transloc Rider App for more specifics.
We do allow coed living, but it must be agreed upon by each resident in the unit. Each resident will have to come to the leasing office to sign a coed agreement before they are able to move-in.
Your lease does not come with renter’s insurance, and our insurance will not cover your personal belongings or any other liabilities. We recommend purchasing your own renter’s insurance policy.
It depends at any given time, but we are always looking for qualified candidates in advance of any specific job openings. We typically hire a number of part-time Leasing Consultants to assist in the day-to-day operations of the property. Hours and duties will vary. Contact the Leasing Office to see what positions may be available.