The law school does not provide on campus housing but Miami is a large, metropolitan city full of diverse housing options and locations in which to live within a convenient distance of campus. There are a variety of options within walking and commuting distance of the law school.
Assistance for Students
To assist students in finding off campus housing, the Office of Student Recruiting provides:
An Apartment & Relocation Guide – this guide offers connections to local realtors (who do not charge a fee) and information on housing day (in tandem with Law Day for Admitted Students).
Housing Day - this is typically held in late March in tandem with Law Day for Admitted Students. This day provides a bus tour of neighborhoods close to the campus in which many law students reside. Realtors, law students and staff members are also available to answer questions and offer assistance. Further, Law and Housing Days offer entering students the opportunity to meet one another to consider rooming together. Details on this day are in the Admitted Students area of this site.
Watch this Housing Video to get a sense of different Miami neighborhoods where law students commonly live.
For More Information
Keep in mind the University is situated in the heart of Coral Gables and surrounded by an abundance of housing options to meet students’ needs and budgets. Also, the Miami-Dade Metrorail has a stop at University station, which is right on campus, making it convenient to get to and from school for students living in the Dadeland or Brickell neighborhoods.
Staff members in the Office of Student Recruiting are available to assist students on an individual basis. Housing questions should be directed to the Office of Student Recruiting (305)-284-6746 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org