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    Apartments Near the UF College of Veterinary Medicine

    UF College of Veterinary Medicine

    Looking for an apartment near the UF College of Veterinary Medicine? We're here to help you find the perfect place to meet your needs. The UF Vet School Florida's only veterinary medical college and is considered one of the top vet schools in the nation. It is located just south of the UF Health and Malcom Randall VA medical facilities near the heart of the University of Florida campus and close to many area attractions and popular neighborhoods including the neighborhoods of Archer Road and Downtown Gainesville, Depot Park, Innovation District, and more. As a busy vet med student, you'll likely have special considerations to take into account while you're looking for an apartment. There is a good chance you're already a pet and animal lover, and you are likely looking for a convenient location to campus. Read on to discover our top three must-have amenities to consider when looking for an apartment.

    Top Three Apartment Amenities for UF College of Veterinary Medicine Students

    Lease a Pet-Friendly Apartment

    Many vet med students are certainly pet and animal lovers, if not already owners. It's important to find pet-friendly apartments in Gainesville so you can have a place for your canine and feline family to call home, too. You're in luck. There are MANY pet-friendly apartments to choose from. As you search, be aware that certain communities may have a pet-deposit or additional "pet-rent" fee to account for furry friends. The up-side – many communities have really stepped up their amenities for pets and offer well-designed bark parks and pet care stations, so Fido stays fulfilled, and the community stays free of pet waste!

    Access to Your Own Washer and Dryer

    As a vet student and likely pet owner, there are a good chance messes and fur are part of daily life. Having access to your own washer and dryer can make life easier if you're frequently washing scrubs or a uniform for UF Vet School clinical rotations or just cleaning up Fluffy's latest mess. Rather than haul and laundry basket back and forth to the community laundry facility, searching for an apartment near the UF Vet school with your own appliances, or hook-ups for your own can be a game-changer.

    Find a Quiet Apartment

    If you're going to be living with a pet (and let's face it, you'll likely be busy studying a lot!) it may be important to consider finding a quiet apartment. Both you and your pets will be much happier in a more tranquil environment. Dogs and cats can be sensitive to noise and there are certain communities in Gainesville that are just livelier by nature than others. Whether it's because they host more resident events, or their location is closer to Downtown attractions, or their layout just means more shared walls with neighbors, you might find some apartments are more prone to noise. Check out our page on quiet apartments for tips on how to choose the perfect place.

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