Apartments Near UCF College of Arts and Humanities
UCF's College of Arts and Humanities offers more than 120-degree programs and areas of study. After hours and hours of pouring through hundreds of degree options, you've finally landed on the best focus of study to make a career out of. Now it's time to decide what apartment you should call home over the next year. We want this decision to be less overwhelming, so we've put together a few tips to help narrow down your options.
Choosing an Apartment Near the UCF College of Arts and Humanities
Joint or Individual Leases
There are tons of apartments near the UCF College of Arts and Humanities that are student-centric and offer individually leased apartments. This is a great option if you're looking to rent a bedroom with roommates while only worrying about your portion of the rent. If your degree holds the majority or all of your classes at UCF's Downtown Campus, you may want to find a friend or two to share an apartment with since these apartments offer joint leases and the price of a Downtown apartment may be a bit pricier.
Some apartments are all-inclusive, which means your utilities are included in your monthly rent. This can help you budget your monthly spending. Check out this list of communities that include utilities near campus, and be sure to ask the leasing team when you reach out to the community.
Believe it or not, a lot of communities around the UCF College of Arts and Humanities have gone pet friendly! Some even have bark parks to let your furry friends socialize while stretching their legs. Have a pet allergy or just not looking to share an apartment with someone else's pet? That's OK, most student communities offer roommate matching to help you find roommates with similar lifestyles.