Tucson Resource Guidebook
The best place to start your off-campus housing search is to read through our Tucson Resource Guidebook. The Resource Guidebook offers information about:
How to Search for a Place.
What’s your budget? What kind of place are you looking for? Do you care about the location? What amenities are necessities?
The total amount of such charges cannot be more than one and one-half times your monthly rental amount (1.5 x monthly rent = maximum landlord can ask for up front).
Tips on how to get along.
Did you know that what you do off-campus can affect you on campus?
Off-Campus Housing Phoenix Resource Guide
Are you a UA Phoenix campus student and looking for resources? Check out our Phoenix Resource Guide!
Housing Terms and Abbreviations
Looking for off-campus housing? Please review our housing terms and abbreviations to make searching for an apartment less frustrating.
Do you need help with renter's insurance? Consumers Advocate can help you make the right choice.
For step-by-step information, check out this checklist so you're prepared with housing when you arrive at the UA.
Check out our lease information for help in understanding everything you need to know about leases.
- OCH Roommate Guidance
Before you move in, make sure you turn on or transfer utility services that are your responsibility. If you are unsure of what your responsibility is or who the utility provider is in your neighborhood, ask the landlord.
Tucson Police Department
If you find a place you are interested in living, you can you can go to the Tucson Police Department’s website, and click on “Police Data,” to find current crime statistics by area or address. Also, be sure to check out TPD's information on crime prevention and living safely.