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    Apartments near UF

    Apartments near UF

    It's great to be a Florida Gator! And it's great living near campus. Apartments near UF are all conveniently located within a couple miles from UF campus making it easy to walk, bike or use the RTS bus route quickly. Spend more time IN class than commuting TO class by finding an apartment near UF that meets your lifestyle and budget.

    Location of UF Apartments

    Apartments near UF are  located close to campus - you'll have many options for student housing due to the proximity of many apartment communities near the university. Common neighborhoods to hone in your UF apartment search includes the Archer Road, Sorority Row & South, and Midtown neighborhoods. Each of these areas provides UF students a unique off-campus experience to suit any lifestyle. It's always helpful to determine how you'll be commuting to campus when beginning your apartment search. If you own a car, look for apartments with ample parking and understand fees associated with UF parking decals as well as the availability of on-campus parking. You'll also benefit from many apartments on great RTS bus routes allowing you to save on gas and get even closer to your on campus location. If you're a bike rider or enjoy walking, you may want to consider an apartment that is slightly closer to campus. 

    Roommates for UF Students

    Sharing your apartment with roommates can be a wonderful way to enhance your college experience. As a UF student, you'll have the choice of a variety of floor plans at your preferred apartment community, many of which offer individual leases perfect for students. If you don't already have friends to sign your lease with, may off-campus apartments near UF offer roommate matching services that help set you up with compatible people to share your space with.

    UF Apartments Features and Amenities

    Many apartments near UF campus offer incredible amenities that enhance and support student life. First and foremost, really get a feel for the floor plan and location of your apartment. If you require quiet study space, search for an apartment in a quieter location or see if you can arrange to lease an apartment on a corner or upper floor, or further away from street noise or common areas. If you love to cook, a fully equipped kitchen will pay off and many apartments will offer a full appliance package including stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, and disposal. You'll also want to inquire if your apartment offers a washer and dryer or hookups for appliances. Many communities offer laundry facilities near to common spaces perfect for studying or socializing in-between loads. Finally, check out common areas and study zones. If your apartment or roommates are a distraction, you can avoid a trip to UF campus by heading to your apartment's computer lab or study rooms.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Are apartments near UF more expensive?

    As a rule of thumb, the closer you want to live to UF campus, the higher your apartment budget will need to be. There are many other factors at play, such as the age of the apartment community, floor plan size, amenities offered, and interior apartment features. In general, apartments with comparable amenities and features will cost more if they are within walking distance to UF campus.

    What are my options for getting to UF campus?

    You will have a variety of options for traveling to UF campus for classes, including by foot, bike, car, scooter, and bus. Your best option will depend on how close your apartment is to UF campus. Gainesville is a bike-friendly city with bike lanes surrounding campus and most apartment communities feature bike racks where you can store your bike. Traveling to campus by car means you will need to purchase a parking pass, and oftentimes the designated commuter parking lots will require a quick bike ride or walk to your first class. Scooters are a more popular choice for students, since scooter parking can be more convenient and closer to classes. The RTS Bus services most of the apartments near UF and students ride free with their student ID. An app makes it convenient to see when your bus will arrive, making this a convenient options for students who live too far from campus to walk or bike.

    When should I sign my lease for apartments near UF?

    Apartments near UF can help you reserve your space for an August move-in date up to 12-months in advance. You'll find the best apartment deals and the most availability earlier in the season, as soon as January. If you're really picky or have roommates you want to live with, we recommend signing a lease before March, as the most popular floor plans will start selling out at that time. No matter what, we'd recommend having your apartment reserved by the end of May, as availability gets limited during the summer months. You can use the Check Availability tool on SwampRentals.com to check whether your favorite floor plan is still available for Fall move-in.

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