Finding a place to live and deciding whom to live with (or choosing to live alone) are two of the most pressing felt needs grad students experience–especially incoming grad students.
The university offers a lot of resources on their off-campus living page. You can check it out here at http://studentaffairs.psu.edu/offcampus/.
In addition, we would love to help in any way that we can. We offer this forum for housing ads as a service to all grad students at Penn State whether or not they are involved with PSCG. Since we don’t know everyone who posts on this forum, please read the following disclaimer.
DISCLAIMER: We cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information or in any manner the service or quality of service offered in the ads or housing information. We do not endorse any landlord, management company, or individual who lists their information here. This is simply a venue for such information and listings. We reserve the right to delete or edit any ad without notice. We encourage you to talk at length with any person you might meet through PSU’s Off-Campus Housing website or here on this forum, especially their spiritual commitments, understandings, lifestyle, and involvements. Your living situation and those with whom you share housing are important decisions. We encourage you to pray and seek the Lord’s leading as you make decisions.
To post an ad, click on “Housing Ads” in the forum list below. Login or register. Then create a “new topic”.
As you do so, please consider the following:
- If you are looking for a roommate, it is suggested that you clearly and concisely describe your preferences in your ad. And you are encouraged to briefly describe your spiritual interests as people often through this forum are seeking Christian roommates and living situations where they share common convictions. Because of the faith convictions of PSCG, please only post ads for same gender living situations.
- If you are a landlord looking for a tenant, please note that according to the Fair Housing Act you are not allowed to discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status or handicap. So, while roommates are allowed to inquire about and discuss religious commitments, landlords are not.
portions of this post were edited from similar information posted at http://gradcru.org/umich/housing/