Living off campus is the norm for students after their freshman year. London housing is fun, affordable, and diverse. If you're looking for a young atmosphere, take a look at the student-only apartments of Varsity Commons and Varsity Mills. Want to be in the center of Homecoming and St. Patrick's Day action? Aim for a place in the student ghetto, where keggers prevail for partying holidays.
London housing comes in nearly every form available, even in the near-September months. However, it's always a good idea to secure a residence in the earlier months of January and February. Those with extra cash may want to rent from the two-bedroom apartments of 695 and 675 Richmond Street; these places are downtown, well-maintained, and often boast a swimming pool. In contrast, living in an old house with four other friends reflects a genuine off-campus living experience at a reasonable price. Regardless of where you live, having fun roommates makes all the difference!