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Leaving your dorm to live in off campus BYU student housing can be a difficult transition. Dorms provide the structure and ease that some students want; however, off campus housing has some major advantages that can make the move worth it.

More Space:

Dorms are typically very small and splitting it with a roommate can be a straining experience. Even if you don’t mind it as a freshman, such circumstances become undesirable over time. Off campus apartments are significantly more spacious. They typically include a fully equipped kitchen, private or shared bedrooms, bathrooms, a living area, and storage space. Having more space is not only more comfortable but also ideal for hosting your friends.

Real World Experience:

Most people dislike the thought of taking on new responsibilities; yet, it’s something that all young college students need to do in order to mature. Off campus living acts as a slight nudge into adulthood. It adds a number of additional responsibilities, including:

  • Paying rent and other expenses.
  • Cleaning, grocery shopping, cooking, and basic home upkeep.
  • Contract interpretation and execution
  • Coordination with the property manager, landlord, and maintenance crew.

Save Money:

Surprisingly, a lot of off campus BYU student apartments are less expensive than on campus living; however, it takes some research on your part to find the best deal. Renting a luxury apartment is typically more expensive. Make sure you pick an apartment that fits your budget and lifestyle.

Amenities:

One of the major advantages of living off campus is that you’ll have access to a variety of amenities that may be unavailable in a college dorm. These amenities might include a pool, hot tub, grill, sand volleyball and a basketball court.

These are just a few of the benefits of living off campus. Enhance your college experience by moving to off campus BYU student housing!

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