To post your apartment, fill out the listing form by clicking the link below. Once your student status is verified (first listing free/students only) or payment is received, your listing will be available for 30 days on the OCH website and office.
All housing listed on this site is available on an equal opportunity basis and postings which include references to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, familial status, sex/gender, military status, marital status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression and lawful source of income will not be permitted.
- Each 30 Day Listing
- $25 per unit
- Each 90 Day Listing
- $50 per unit
- 30 Day Listing
- 6 Month Listing
- $200/month with signed contract
- 1 Year Listing
- $150/month with signed contract
How to Pay
We now accept the following methods of payment:
- Credit card payments via PayPal through this web site.
- Check or money order payment through the mail.
- Payment in person.
Online payment page (you will need your listing ID number)
Please do not send cash in the mail.
Apartment Removal Protocol
Off Campus Housing reserves the right to remove rental listings.
- All listings found to misrepresent their compliance with state and local mandates will be removed from the Off-Campus Housing website immediately.
- Upon removal, a notification will be sent to the landlord listing the property.
- The removed property may not be listed again until the landlord presents a valid certificate of occupancy with an approved date no later than the date the property was removed from the Off-Campus Housing website.
Apartment Scam Warning
Please read this apartment scam warning!
Most scams involve one or more of the following:
- Inquiry from someone far away, often in another country
- Western Union, Money Gram, cashier's check, money order, shipping, escrow service, or a guarantee
- Inability or refusal to meet face-to-face before consummating transaction
Example of a common Scam at OCH
- You receive an email offering to rent your apartment, sight unseen.
- Cashier's check is offered for your sale item, as a deposit for an apartment, or for just about anything else of value.
- Value of cashier's check often far exceeds your item - scammer offers to trust you, and asks you to wire the balance via money transfer service
- Banks will often cash these fake checks and then hold you responsible when the check fails to clear, including criminal prosecution in some cases!
- Scam often involves a third party (shipping agent, business associate owing buyer money, etc)