It is not hard to find off-campus housing at all. Most of the available off-campus housing sites are found within the surrounding blocks of campus. Upperclassmen are the likeliest group of students to stay off campus, as the College does not offer any off-campus complexes to higher-year students. Students will need to find their own apartment or place to live, which means they will not be paying the College to live there.
Even though some upperclassmen stay off campus, the majority of upperclassmen at Sage tends to stay on campus because all full-time undergraduate students are required to live in campus residence halls. Students either need to get special permission to live off campus or they need to be part-time students. Some of the perks to staying on campus include not fighting commuter parking, worrying less about safety, and not paying rent. The quality of off-campus housing is decent in the blocks around campus, but anything else is generally not high-quality at all. Off-campus housing is widely available during the summer and during the first few weeks of school. The nice housing complexes can become limited if people are satisfied with where they are staying. Off-campus housing is generally affordable if students decide to room with other students and split the cost; the price can range from $200 to $350 per month. Mostly, the College is easily accessible to students who choose to live off campus.