After the residence halls, student may want to considering renting space in university-owned properties managed by the Real Estate Office. Properties available include single-family-style houses and an apartment-style building.
For listings, call (775) 784-4180 or visit the Real Estate Office website
ASUN offers undergraduate students access to legal advice through its Legal Services program.
While living in campus residence halls is usually be best option for Nevada students (especially for students under 18), it is important to note that off-campus housing is readily available around the university and the larger Reno-Sparks area.
Students and parents may be interested to use the following alphabetized list of search engines and listings websites to find more information:
DISCLAIMER: This information is provided for informational use only. This information does not reflect an opinion or endorsement by the University of Nevada, Reno or Residential Life, Housing, and Food Service.