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Housing Information

The College of Law provides a variety of resources that can assist LL.M. students in securing affordable and appropriate housing in Syracuse. However, the College of Law does not arrange housing for students.  Nearly all of our students enter into monthly lease agreements with a property-owner  to rent an off-campus apartment. It is common for students to rent an apartment with one or more other students; which usually reduces the cost of monthly rent. Popular options for an apartment include the newly-constructed Campus West Apartments and the Euclid Avenue neighborhood because they are located close to campus and students can usually walk to and from the law school. Other resources commonly used by students are the websites: orangehousing.com and Craigslist.   Additional options for apartments include the outer-Comstock and Westcott neighborhoods, as well as various apartment buildings in downtown Syracuse. Students should be aware that by entering into a lease they are entering into a binding legal document and, therefore, may be subject to the obligations therein.

The Syracuse University campus and local Syracuse area are serviced by the CENTRO bus system and by Zipcar.

For More Information:

Andrew S. Horsfall, Esq '05 L'10
Associate Director of Admissions
Assistant Director of the LL.M. Program

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