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Off-Campus Housing

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4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: There is plenty of options to choose from when finding off-campus housing.

3 College Senior

Off-Campus Housing: Most students I know who live off campus enjoy the freedom that comes with it but not the price that needs to be paid for that freedom.

4 Recent Alumnus

Off-Campus Housing: A lot of freedom with off campus housing.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: Only off campus housing you will find will be in Hopkins territory

3 Recent Alumnus

Off-Campus Housing: Most students live on-campus, but some seniors live off-campus near senior housing. Some sports teams have houses in the area.

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Because student housing at Loyola is unlike any other school, close to 80 percent of all Loyola students stay on campus all four years. The dorms are very nice, and all students, freshmen included, have the opportunity to live in apartment-style housing. After freshman year, all housing is apartment-style. Sophomore year's housing is not as good, as the rooms in Newman Towers that house four people are generally very small. The rooms that house six people are large, however, and both four- and six-person rooms in Campion Tower are a decent size.

Most students opt to live on campus their sophomore year regardless of the size of their room because junior and senior housing apartments are extremely large. Senior year, many students also have the opportunity to live in townhouses on the outskirts of campus as well, which is a happy medium between being on campus and being more independent as a senior.

Facts & Statistics

Undergrads Living Off Campus
17%
Freshmen Living Off Campus
2%
Average Off-Campus Room & Board
$7,200
Average Rents
  • 1 BR: $750
  • 2 BR: $1,000
  • 3 BR: $1,500

Student Polls

Rate the off-campus housing on the following topics    Based on 41 responses

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  • Availability
  • Cost
  • Ease of obtaining/process
  • Landlords
  • Parking
  • Proximity to campus
  • Proximity to public transportation
  • Proximity to shopping
  • Quality
  • Safety
  • Variety

What is the off-campus housing selection like near campus and is it worth it?    Based on 44 responses

  • 2% Totally worth it. It's easy to find a place, and prices are reasonable.
  • 32% Price and availability can vary, but the added freedom is still worth it.
  • 34% High prices and/or limited choices keep most students on campus.
  • 32% Not worth the hassle or expense. Everyone just lives on campus.

How helpful is the school in helping students find off-campus housing?    Based on 43 responses

  • 21% Extremely helpful.
  • 33% Somewhat helpful.
  • 42% Not very helpful.
  • 5% The school does not allow students to live off campus.
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