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Student Apartments in Rochester, NY

Student Housing Rochester

It’s impossible to talk about this city without bringing up one of the most important landmarks, though – the University of Rochester. Home to over 10,000 students that hail from around the world, the campus is like a time machine to ancient Greece with a touch of modern elegance. When you’re not unwinding after classes by the Genesee River with friends or cramming for exams at the Rush Rhees Library, you’ll find yourself at Wilson Commons where the cool kids hang (mainly for the burrito bowls and chicken tenders).

Speaking of drool-worthy food, did you know that Rochester is the first frontier of culinary innovation in the country? Okay, that may be a slight exaggeration but it’ll make total sense when you hit places like Zweigle’s, famous for “white-hot” hot dogs that have achieved mascot status and Nick Tahou’s “Garbage Plate”, which is hamburgers paired with a tower of macaroni salad and fries.

Do you know what’s even better than these, though? Staying at the awesome student housing Rochester NY provides around the uni. The Lodge on W. Henrietta is especially worth mentioning for its vintage-style décor, spacious apartments ranging from 1-bedroom apartments to 5-bedroom cottages, and amenities too many to list. 

The Rochester off-campus housing is also a recreational paradise - 24/7 fitness center, enormous swimming pool, a clubhouse full of gaming choices, and courts dedicated to basketball and volleyball. The Rochester University of Technology lies only minutes away, but if you still don’t feel like walking it, The Lodge offers a private shuttle service to let you enjoy those precious few minutes of extra morning sleep.

If you choose to live in one of the studio apartments Rochester NY offers around the university, you’ll be right next to cultural giants like Susan B. Anthony House & Museum, the Strong Museum, and the Memorial Art Gallery, where you can channel the uppity art critic in you.

So, if you’re moving to the City of Festivals and Flowers, you might as well take a leap of convenience and stay in Rochester student housing right around the uni, where all the action is. Book now on Unilodgers.

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  • No secrets. We promise: You pay the rent, the whole rent, and nothing but the rent - we don't do commissions, booking fees, or hidden charges.

  • There’s one for everyone: In pants and in student housing, "one size fits all" never works. We offer you a variety of options such as choosing an entire place, a shared apartment, or a private room - whatever suits your needs.

  • We ❤ students: We ensure that all properties listed with us are comfortable, welcoming, and suitable for a student’s lifestyle.

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About Rochester

When it comes to ‘must-sees’ in the USA, places like the Big Apple always make the cut. But if you really wanna get under the skin of a great state like New York, you need to pay attention to the road less taken. With Rochester student housing dominating travel blogs’ “most relaxing accommodations in NY” lists lately, it’s fitting that we get into the deets of the city.

Rochester is a city that, despite being under-the-radar, is easy to fall in love with. Its endless parade of festivals and events, acres after acres of parklands, and world-class wineries give most neighborhoods this aura of born-coolness. Having led quite a few historically significant human rights movements, Rochester’s always been at the forefront of the revolution.