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Off-Campus Housing

The Chapel Hill-Durham-Raleigh area provides students with diverse options for housing, from rural to urban, and from shared apartment to single-family homes.

The school Admissions Office works with several local apartment complexes and has representatives at the Open House/Admitted Students Days in April.

If you are seeking off-campus housing, rental information is available through the following online search engines:

Please use your best judgment in seeking housing online.

Popular neighborhoods for current students within a close vicinity to the law school, UNC park and ride, and UNC bus lines are:

There is also an online bulletin board for housing and roommate postings on My Carolina Law, as well as on the Facebook page sponsored by the UNC Law Ambassadors.

Map/Directions for UNC School of Law

On-Campus Housing

The University Department of Housing and Residential Education works to create an inclusive on-campus housing environment that promotes personal development, citizenship, involvement and leadership. View their web site for additional information about apartments on campus for single and married graduate students.

The Department of Housing and Residential Education consists of educators, full-time professional staff and para-professional student staff who, through exemplary facilities management, organizational effectiveness, student-centered learning and assessment initiatives, strive for student success, self-awareness and satisfaction.

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