Resources for UCF Students Living Off Campus
The Office of Neighborhood Relations partners with many other UCF offices to provide exceptional services to UCF students living off campus. One such campus partner is with the office of Student Legal Services, which offers UCF students free legal counseling and court representation in various areas of the law. Students are encouraged to contact that office directly when posed with questions about students’ rights as tenants or about the lease agreements, which is a legal binding document.
Knights Guide To Living Off Campus is a free resource for UCF students living off campus and provides valuable information tenants should be aware of including:
- Choosing the right place to live
- Signing a lease
- Rights and Responsibilities as a tenant
- Tips for finding a roommate
- And much more
Please visit the Off-Campus Housing website to search for available rentals. You can customize your search to include properties, rooms within houses and even by roommates.
For information on local crime statistics, please see the UCF Police Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
Student Care Services compiled a listing for services by County. If you are in need of Health/Medical, Housing/Shelter, Mental Health, Food Pantry/Meals or other county agencies, please check out their Resource Guide.