About this workshop
Renting a first apartment is a big step for students. As they face the legal, personal, and academic implications of living on their own, the University would like them to consider all the critical aspects and make their decision based on educated choices. Parents can help their students think about the steps required to carefully consider what to look for in roommates, in an apartment, in signing legal documents, and in becoming a responsible community member.
Housing and Residential Life (191 KB PDF)
University Student Legal Services 2013 (1.82 MB PDF)
WHERE IS YOUR STUDENT GOING TO LIVE? (939 KB PDF)
Student and Community Relations Renter Education Workshop
University Student Legal Services works with the Minnesota Student Association and Student and Community Relations each year to deliver the Renters Forum. This video includes the full program."
Social Networking and the Search for a Roommate
Using Facebook to find a roommate seems like a quick and easy way to assess how much or little two people will get along, but it is important to remember not to jump to conclusions.