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Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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UNO has a very safe campus, located in one of the safest neighborhoods of New Orleans. The crime rate is very low, and in recent years, the only crimes to occur are thefts and burglaries, with the occasional drug- or alcohol-related arrest. All students feel safe at UNO, comforted by the active presence of patrolling police officers. However, New Orleans is a different story. As recently as January 2013, the mayor has been calling for funds to increase the police force. New Orleans is considered by many to be the murder capital of the US, with 199 investigated murders in 2011 alone, and an estimated 40 gangs in town with over 600 members. The Lakefront, Uptown, Carrollton, the Warehouse District, and Lakeview areas of New Orleans are considered pretty safe, but it’s important to consider the susceptibility of a location to flooding should another hurricane strike. Also, New Orleans is not like most cities where there are good and bad neighborhoods; everything is all mixed in, and areas differ block by block, house by house.

Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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Commuting into the Central Business District in New Orleans can be hell, as is crossing the Huey Long Bridge which is somehow always under construction. New Orleans is considered more of a “car city” in that most people choose to drive rather than use public transportation. The bridge from Mandeville into Metairie takes a solid 25-minutes even without any accidents. In one report, New Orleans ranked 27th on a list of America’s 75 Worst Commutes, due to the daily congestion on I-10, as well as I-12.


We Have 303 University of New Orleans Apartment Listings

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thumbnail 3 Bed $1,400 6225 Cameron Bl, New Orleans, LA June 26th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $620 - $745 3000 Gentilly Boulevard, New Orleans, LA March 18th
thumbnail 4 Bed $2,300 6562 Canal Bl, New Orleans, LA June 26th
thumbnail 0 - 3 Bed $900 - $1,800 8600 Pontchartrain Boulevard #209, New Orleans, LA March 18th
thumbnail 1 - 3 Bed $715 - $1,100 6419 Derbyshire Drive, New Orleans, LA March 18th
thumbnail 0 Bed $2,400 Esplanade Crete, New Orleans, LA May 6th
thumbnail 0 Bed $1,600 145 W Harrisin Avenue, New Orleans, LA June 26th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,695 429 34Th Street, New Orleans, LA June 25th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,085 - $1,580 3443 Esplanade Avenue, New Orleans, LA June 27th
thumbnail 1 - 3 Bed $650 - $1,075 3.5 miles from University Of New Orleans June 13th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
Studio $565
Two $885 - $945
One - Two $725 - $1,075
Two $2,200
Two $2,850
One - Three $1,050 - $1,850
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