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Off-Campus Housing: The Office of Student Recruiting publishes a Housing and Relocation Guide to assist admitted students in finding housing. A list of realtors who have been helpful to our students in the past are included in the Guide. Note that realtors do not charge the renter (student) for their services. There is also a housing video to help students get a sense of nearby neighborhoods where students commonly live. A referral service is provided for admitted students seeking a roommate. Please complete the Roommate Referral Questionnaire if you are interested. An updated list will be emailed to admitted students beginning the third week of April.

Additionally, Housing Day is being held on Saturday, March 21, in tandem with Law Day for Admitted Students being held on Friday, March 20. Click HERE to access the agenda for these events and to REGISTER. Note that during Law Day on March 20, there will be an optional housing session in the afternoon. Current law students will be available to discuss their housing choices and answer your questions. Housing Day (Saturday, March 21) offers a bus tour of neighborhoods close to the campus in which many law students reside. Realtors will be 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.

Please know that staff members in the Office of Student Recruiting are always available to assist students as needed.


Do you want to live in a laid back environment or in a fast-paced urban setting? Are you willing to commute to the law school or are you looking to live less than a mile away? To help you understand the variety of housing options and neighborhoods near Miami Law, we have put together a video in which Miami Law students help answer your questions with testimonials about living in Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, South Miami, Brickell and Dadeland.