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Student housing in Austin

If you are looking to call Austin, Texas home, there are many reasons to make the move. Austin reigns supreme as the most liveable city in the “Lone Star State,” and you can make it your home by booking student housing in Austin from Student.com.

We offer cheap student apartments located just blocks from the University of Texas. Live steps from college in sleek, spacious student apartments surrounded by restaurants, museums, and a buzzing social scene.

If you need more information on the off-campus student housing we offer, contact us via phone or live chat. Our booking consultants are always happy to help and give you more information about the current student housing availability in Austin.

Get to know Austin 

Sitting centrally in Texas, Austin is located a few hours from other major cities in the state, such as Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio.

The second-largest state capital in the United States, Austin is also the fourth-largest city in the state of Texas. It is a city bursting with sunshine, an entrepreneurial spirit, a strong sense of community, and an unwavering passion for music.

A hotbed for technology, start-ups, and innovation, Austin is blessed with a thriving economy, and a booming job market. Throw in vibrant entertainment, film, art, and food scenes, plus stunning outdoor experiences, and you get a wonderful place to study, live, and work.

So, it is no surprise the capital of the “Lone Star State” has become one of the fastest-growing and most diverse cities in America, with almost 20 percent of its residents being foreign born.

Known for its famous phrase “Keep Austin Weird,” the city is a diverse community with people from all walks of life. From world-class chefs, famous actors, singers, artists, fashion icons, and writers, to businessmen in suits, there is room for everyone in Austin.

Music, film and art 

Austin has always been popular among artists, musicians, and music lovers.

With over 200 venues and daily music events, Austin lives up to its reputation as the “Live Music Capital of the World.”

There are also a variety of museums, galleries, and film theatres sprinkled across the city.

Great weather 

One of the biggest draws to Austin is the city’s climate.

Thanks to the year-round sunshine, the weather in Austin is gorgeous. While other areas bake in the Texas summer heat, Austin is a little cooler, thanks to the surrounding hills in nearby Texas Hill Country.

In the wintertime, temperatures are moderate. When the sun sets on cooler evenings and the soft purple glow highlights the sky, you will see why the city is also called “The Violet Crown.”

Student living in Austin 

Austin’s deep appreciation for all kinds of people, commitment to personal freedom, and an open-minded sense of community lend to fantastic student living.

There’s no shortage of things to do in Austin. At the heart of the action is its thriving downtown area. The cultural epicentre of Austin is packed with a plethora of well-known restaurants, buzz-worthy bars, and terrific nightlife.

Sixth Street, the city’s vibrant entertainment district, is distinctly Austin. Located within the city’s urban core, the historic street has a bustling array of bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues.

Closed to through traffic on weekends (Thursdays–Saturdays), the area is packed with people in search of a good time.

With over 11,000 square feet (over 1,000 square metres) of event space, five bars, two stages, and multiple floors, Maggie Mae’s is one of Austin’s most iconic and premier destinations.

For small bites and live music, head to Firehouse Lounge & Hostel, a low-lit craft cocktail bar. Reserve your spot and enjoy a robust cocktail program at Midnight Cowboy, Austin’s premier cocktail destination.

North Austin 

If you prefer to be out of all the excitement but still want to be in proximity to the downtown area, the northern end of the city is ideal for you.

You’ll still find strips of award-winning breweries, restaurants, bars, and vintage shops such as North Loop and Anderson Lane. Step into Room Service Vintage, the best vintage store in Austin, and take in the funky home décor. Relax with a good book at Cherrywood Coffeehouse, or enjoy a late-night live blues performance at the legendary Skylark lounge.

East Austin 

For an eclectic mix of culture, rich history, and new, vibrant bars, eateries, and shops, head to East Austin. One of the fastest-growing areas in Austin, it has transformed into one of the trendiest, most diverse neighbourhoods in the city.

Full of flavour and possessing its own unique vibe, East Austin is where the hipsters and urban-centric can reap the benefits of the downtown vibe minus the high costs.

Go two-stepping at the hip White Horse, or sip some mezcal cocktails at Whisler’s. Check out exciting art galleries and studios, like Canopy and grayDUCK Gallery.

The perfect place to settle down, the East Side offers a lot for those who appreciate walkability, food trucks, and trendy coffee shops and bars.

South Austin 

A melting pot of old and new, trendy establishments, and numerous places to explore, the southern part of Austin is the preferred choice to live for most foreigners. There’s a lot to see and do, and plenty of it is at South Congress (SoCo), a popular strip of entertainment, music, shopping, and restaurants.

West Austin 

If you prefer to experience more of Austin’s natural, lush beauty instead of its urban vibrancy, head west to the wealthy and reputable area where you can enjoy breath-taking views of the picturesque countryside.

Getting around Austin 

The city’s public transportation system isn’t the most expansive. The majority of the population prefers to drive themselves. But there are still several methods of transportation for getting around Austin, whether it’s the metro, ridesharing (Uber), biking, or scooters.

And if you need to fly out of the city, the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, with over 500 daily flights, is just a few miles from downtown.

Where to study in Austin? 

University of Texas at Austin 

A world-renowned higher education and research-intensive institution, UT Austin (also often known simply as Texas) is one of the largest and most prestigious universities in America.

It’s also one of the highest-ranked in the world, placing 47th and 72nd in the 2022 Times Higher Education and 2023 QS World University Rankings, respectively.

UT Austin provides a first-class education to over 50,000 students. Its academic offerings are divided into 13 schools and colleges and spread across more than 170 fields of study.

The university also has highly ranked graduate programs, including the McCombs School of Business, Cockrell School of Engineering, and School of Nursing.

Texas has a large alumni base. Among its half a million alumni are award-winning actors Matthew McConaughey and Marcia Gay Harden, famous astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, and NBA great Kevin Durant.

Austin Community College 

A public institution, Austin Community College offers associate degrees and certificates in 31 different fields to over 40,000 students.

The school has an open admissions policy and utilises a semester-based academic year. The student-faculty ratio is 21 to 1.

St. Edward’s University

St. Edward’s University is a thriving private Catholic university catering to approximately 5,000 students.

A top liberal arts university, St. Edward’s offers a wide range of subjects at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels. The university offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in 50 areas of study divided among the schools of Behavioural and Social Sciences, Education, Humanities, Natural Sciences, and the School of Business.

Frequently asked questions about student apartments in Austin 

How do I apply for off-campus housing in Austin on Student.com? 

You can use our search and location features to compare student housing in Austin based on multiple criteria. After finding a property you want to book, go to the property page by clicking ‘View rooms’.

On the property page you’ll need to choose the room type you’d like to live in. After making your choice, click ‘Enquire’ or ‘Book Now.’ One of our booking consultants will then be in touch with you to complete the booking process or to answer any questions you may still have.

What are the different types of student rooms you offer? 

We offer three types of student rooms in Austin:

Shared Rooms – In this room type, two or more people share the same bedroom. Other living facilities are shared with occupants from other rooms.

Private Rooms – Unlike shared rooms, this is a private bedroom for just one individual. Depending on the property, your bathroom may be either private or shared. All other living facilities will be shared with occupants from other rooms.

Entire Place – This is a fully self-contained apartment with completely private facilities. You’ll have your own bedroom, bathroom and a kitchenette for cooking meals.

Are bills included in the rent? 

In most of the properties we list in Austin, your bills are not included. Some properties include all bills though, and more than half of our properties in Austin offer all students free Wi-Fi.

You can check the property page of the property you’re interested in to see if any bills are included there.

Are the apartments fully furnished?

Most of the apartments we list in Austin are rented furnished. But this depends on the property you choose, so make sure to check on the property page if your chosen property is rented furnished or not.