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Student apartments in Houston
Book your student housing and make Houston your home. Whether you are looking for a shared or a private room, or an entire unit, we are ready to help you find your perfect home. If you do not have roommates, that is no problem! Many of our listed buildings offer roommate matching and we can work to guide you through a smooth process. If you need additional information, don’t hesitate to give us a call or contact us on live chat.
Houston is fastly growing into one of the most populated and largest cities in the US. It is brimming with a rich diverse culture, impeccable food at every corner, and unique attractions.
Take a stroll through the Museum District and experience breathtaking architecture and art at every turn. The home of 18 cultural, historic, and science museums including The Menil Collection and Museum of Natural Science center. Beneath Houston’s skyline, Discovery Green is filled with striking art. Find a relaxing spot at Hermann Park and connect to nature. Houston prides itself on sports by showcasing Minute Maid Park, the home of the Houston Astros, where fans join at the center of downtown to celebrate. Go ahead and book your Houston accommodation and witness firsthand Houston’s astronomical hospitality and diversity.
Student living in Houston
Living in Houston as a student can be an exciting experience as the city is abuzz with people and activities throughout the day and night. Head over to the historic Houston Heights and spend a quaint morning exploring the local thrift shops and cafes at the Heights-strip. After lectures, bike or walk to Buffalo Bayou park and take a glimpse at the mesmerizing skyline and gather to study and enjoy the beautiful gardens. Head over to the popular and unique attraction that Montrose and River Oaks deliver. You’ll enjoy trendy and unique bar scenes and electrifying attractions.
From opportunities to explore superb cuisine, vibrant events, and incomparable shopping, it’s hard to be bored in Houston.
Where to study in Houston?
Houston is committed to providing the highest quality of education. There are more than 315,000 students enrolled in over 500 degree and certification programs offered in the universities and colleges in the area. The Greater Houston area has 14 major institutions of higher learning.
University of Houston is the largest academic institution in the city. Founded in 1927, it is a leading public research university that educates approximately 50,000 students each year. In the heart of Houston is Rice University, offering over 50 undergraduate majors. Rice has eight academic schools, including engineering, music, humanities, natural sciences, business, architecture, continuing studies, and social sciences.
Other prominent universities and colleges include Texas Southern University, Baylor College of Medicine, the University of St Thomas and the Houston Community College System.
Frequently asked questions about student housing in Houston
How do I apply for a student room in Houston?
First, you don’t have to worry about costs using our helpful services. Student.com does not charge you anything for this service: you’ll only need to pay the rent to the property you end up selecting.
Applying for student rooms with Student.com is very simple. First you can click “view rooms” on a property you are interested in. After this, click “Enquire” to create an account and you will have a booking consultant reach out to you shortly to help you find the best option specifically for you. We will help you with all questions and make sure you are getting the best deal available.
What options are there for contract length?
Some properties built for student housing may have a 12-month minimum, but the majority of our rooms can be leased for 6 months or more. The longer the lease term, the lower your monthly rental rates will be. Enquire on our site and we will work to find the best option for you!
I can see you offer different types of student rooms. What do these room types mean?
We offer three different types of rooms. In a Shared Room you’ll share your bedroom with a roommate. In a Private Room you’ll get a private bedroom and share other facilities. If you book the Entire Place, you’ll get a private bedroom, bathroom and cooking facilities.
The rooms in shared apartments are typically more affordable and the properties can help you with finding roommates.
Are bills included in my rent?
It varies according to the property! In most cases, bills are included in the total cost of our student residence, so you’ll only have to pay the rent and nothing else. However, make sure you check to see if this is the case with the property you choose.
Can I see a property before moving in?
Depending on the property, you will either be able to have an in person tour or a virtual tour. Enquire about the rooms and we will help get this set up for you.
What is a guarantor and will I need one?
A guarantor is a person who signs the rental contract with you and commits to paying your rent if you can’t. Usually this is a family member, but it can be anyone who will agree to guarantee your rent. Most properties want you to have a guarantor. If you are an international student and do not have a guarantor, most properties will still allow you to rent a room but they might ask for additional deposits and proof of enrollment, along with an I-20 form. Our booking consultants can help you get all of this sorted once you are ready to book.
What if I didn’t get an answer to my question here?
If you have any other questions, just check out our FAQ page or contact one of our booking consultants through phone or live chat. They are always happy to help!