The following is provided to assist students as they make the transition to living off campus.
This booklet, published by the Dean of Students Office, is designed to assist students in finding suitable housing, understanding a lease, and inspecting a dwelling. It also provides an overview of campus resources and a review of local ordinances, including zoning ordinances.
The off-campus housing form is provided to assist Villanova University students in finding a roommate. This site is password protected and is only open to Villanova University students seeking other Villanova University students as roommates. Villanova University has not inspected nor investigated these properties, landlords or roommates and makes no endorsements.
Please see our list of area apartment complexes located within 10 miles of the University. This list is provided for convenience and does not contain pricing or availability. Students should check with each apartment complex for this information. Villanova University has not inspected nor investigated these properties/landlords and does not endorse any specific properties/landlords. Villanova University does not post available property listings from individual landlords. Landlords and students often use local newspapers or online services for local housing availability.
Many neighboring townships have enacted zoning ordinances that restrict the number of students that can live together in a particular property. These ordinances also restrict where students can lawfully reside within the township.
Please click HERE to access a list of Township Approved Student Homes. PLEASE NOTE: These homes are approved for student use by the townships, not the University. Villanova University has not inspected nor investigated the listed properties/landlords and does not endorse any specific properties/landlords.
Villanova University makes no representation whatsoever regarding the housing, landlords or roommates listed through this site.
Students are responsible to inspect the property and negotiate lease terms with any landlord and/or roommate.
Villanova University has not inspected or investigated these properties, landlords, or roommates in any way and is not endorsing any specific properties, landlords, or roommates.
Villanova University disclaims any responsibility, among other things, for the condition of any premises, terms of any lease or agreement, treatment by any landlord or roommate, or compliance with any applicable local zoning ordinances.