You Need a Place to Live, Right?

"off-campus apartments" with featured images of Hillsborough Street & Stanhope student apartments

Living in a dorm is too expensive (especially since you have to share a room and a bathroom), and most of us don’t want to live at home. That leaves living in an apartment off campus.

There are plenty of apartments and townhouse complexes near NC State. Each offers different amenities, base rental rates, and unique perks (like pet-friendly units or a direct shuttle to Main Campus). And you can choose if you want to live in a student apartment complex.

Now you could always drive around and around looking at different apartment complexes… or you could just use this handy map. And list.

Off-Campus Apartments by Location

Choosing the next place to live generally starts with choosing the best location, whether you want to be within walking distance of campus or closer to the highway for work or easier travel. Start here to choose your location.

Apartment Rent Costs and Amenities

Here’s all of the information you need to know about living in these off-campus apartments, from base monthly rent rates, whether the apartment has an individual lease, if you need to bring your own furniture, if there’s a direct shuttle to NC State, if the complex allows pets, and what amenities are available for residents.

NOTE: This list is separated into student housing and non-student housing communities. Scroll to the bottom of the list to change the view. 

Get a Complete Guide to Campus

Living off campus comes with its own challenges (like unexpected traffic) and its own perks (like having your own room and bathroom at an apartment). Find everything you need to know about commuting to NC State University and living in off-campus housing in the latest NC State Student Commuter Guide, and follow The Student Saver for more money-saving tips and campus news.

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