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The Department of Housing and Residential Life provides assistance to students, staff, and faculty with identifying off-campus housing options. A web-based search engine of community listings and information about off-campus apartment complex listings is available along with other resources such as:

  • Individual consultations & appointments
  • Over-the-phone guidance
  • Knowledge of the greater Miami area &
    specific neighborhoods where students typically reside
  • Roommate search assistance

The 8th annual Off-Campus Housing and Roommate Fair will be held on April 10th from 11:00am-2:00pm in the University Center.

Participants typically include management companies and landlords who speak with students about their off-campus properties, Realtors who assist students with their searches, and other vendors, like furniture rental companies are usually in attendance...all on campus to help you with your search for off-campus housing.

The University also provides a guide to off-campus students living in Coral Gables and South Miami. The general information provided may also be useful to other off-campus students.

Guide to Living in Coral Gables & South Miami

Neither the University of Miami, nor the Department of Housing and Residential Life, endorses any of the apartments or individuals listed on our website, and the service is provided solely for your convenience. We want to remind everyone of the importance of protecting yourself as landlords/roommates when dealing with potential tenants/roommates. Please refer to the Federal Trade Commission's site on Rental Listing Scams (http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0079-rental-listing-scams) for information on scams and how to protect yourself from them. If you feel that you have experienced internet fraud, please visit the FBI's Internet Fraud Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov. If you feel that you have been scammed, please visited the FTC Complaint Assistant at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/Information#crnt&panel1-1

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If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our office at (305) 284-4505 or via email at housing@miami.edu.