Richard M. Lansing

A Real Estate Agent at Lansing & Associates Realty

Richard M. Lansing

Lansing & Associates Realty

A Real Estate Agent based in University of Central Florida

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Demographics

Demographics

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The University of Central Florida has the second-most students out of every post-secondary school in the country with 59,767 students. To be fair, these students are spread out over twelve campuses, but the main Orlando campus is home to the majority of them. If you wouldn’t feel comfortable at a large school, then UCF definitely isn’t for you. As for demographics, the majority of the student body (59%) is White. The next two largest populations are Latino/Hispanic (19%) and African-American (10%).

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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The University of Central Florida gives its students access to public transportation run by the Central Florida Regional Transit Authority (CFRTA), and also by the school itself. CFRTA has a bus line that goes to the campus and can take students 15 miles southwest to downtown Orlando, or anywhere in between. The school operates a shuttle service that runs both on and off campus. The on campus lines stop at class buildings, residence halls, dining areas, libraries, etc. There are eleven off-campus routes that pick up students who live in nearby rentals (it has a list of around 20 apartment buildings that it stops at). If you want to live off-campus, you should check out this list (available on their website) so you can have an easy commute on one of the shuttles.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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The University of Central Florida gives its students access to public transportation run by the Central Florida Regional Transit Authority (CFRTA), and also by the school itself. CFRTA has a bus line that goes to the campus and can take students 15 miles southwest to downtown Orlando, or anywhere in between. The school operates a shuttle service that runs both on and off campus. The on campus lines stop at class buildings, residence halls, dining areas, libraries, etc. There are eleven off-campus routes that pick up students who live in nearby rentals (it has a list of around 20 apartment buildings that it stops at). If you want to live off-campus, you should check out this list (available on their website) so you can have an easy commute on one of the shuttles.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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Fayetteville’s apartment prices are usually as follows: studio rentals (sometimes hard to come by, but they are on the market) are usually $200 or less per month, one bedrooms are $400 or less, and two bedrooms are $650 or less. Of course, if you’re seeking a particularly nice or upscale rental, you can tack on an extra hundred or two onto these averages, but otherwise these are the ranges you should be shopping in. It’s very easy to find affordable housing close to campus; Fayetteville is definitely your best bet. Springdale, which is north of Fayetteville, is slightly more expensive option on average but is also a viable option if you have a car.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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The University of Arkansas has a contained campus that allows students to use walking as their primary mode of transportation, from their dorm or apartment to class, the library, the dining hall, friends’ places, and then back home. In fact, less than half of the student body has a car on-campus with them (48%). This 48% of the population more than likely are off-campus students who have to drive to class. Campus is located directly west of Fayetteville’s downtown areas, and east of Interstate 540. Most students look for rentals in Fayetteville, although some decide to live in neighboring areas like Springdale, or commute from home if it’s close.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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Colorado State University’s prices for parking permits vary depending on the student. Off-campus students usually pay around $70 less than students in residence halls ($234 compared to $303). However, if students live in the school’s University Village or Aggie Village, the permits are free. These are both nearby neighborhoods that focus on community and an off-campus apartment living style (even though the school owns both). If you want to move out of the dorms, I would highly recommend checking out these two village areas. It’s a great place to meet friends, have your own place, and experience the school’s diversity (there are students from over 60 countries in University Village).

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Southern Fort Collins is generally the part of the city with the lowest annual crime. It contains the three safest neighborhoods: Southbridge Greens, Southwest Frontage Road (near Hat-Field) and South Shields/West Harmony. Most of the communities that directly surround CSU’s campus have higher crime rates than average; many students live nearby so they can be within walking distance, but it’s not worth it if you don’t feel safe walking home after class at night. If you’re looking for safe areas, the western part of the city (Bellvue) and northern part (Giddings) also have low crime.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

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Williamsburg’s colonial sites aren’t the only places in town that are ripe with tradition. Many local restaurants aren’t chains, but rather are family-owned establishments that serve meals made from recipes passed down through generations. Some of the best restaurants, like Fat Canary, the Trellis, Le Yaca, and the Second Street Restaurant are some of the best places to eat in the region. I know that college students eat on-campus most of the time and save trips to restaurants for when their parents visit or for dates, but keep these names, or any other of Williamsburg’s tasty eateries, in mind.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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Williamsburg has tremendous history, and every student in the city should check out historical attractions like Jamestowne, the Governor’s Palace, and other colonial sites. However, these aren’t places you can spend weekends with friends. If you don’t have a vehicle, I would recommend finding a friend who does. This will open up the possibility of driving the 50 miles to Richmond, a fun city that draws students from all around the area on weekends. You can also drive to the Chesapeake Bay or any of the smaller bays like Cobham, Burwell, or Mobjack. You should seek out local places too, like Waller Mill Park and on-campus parties, but it’s nice to be able to have the option of going to Richmond or the water.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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You can search this site to see the average costs of rentals within ten miles of the University of Arizona. Despite its close proximity to a major urban area (Tucson), the prices actually aren’t very high. The average cost of a one bedroom is just $570, and only $781 for a two bedroom. But this isn’t always necessarily always the case; as I browse the listings now I see a handful of nice two bedroom listings that are closer to $600, which is, usually, a one bedroom price range for the area. Many of the local rentals are targeted towards college students, and can accommodate any budget or amenity requirements you have.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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The University of Arizona has found itself sitting pretty atop many rankings, but the one the school won’t advertise is its #5 spot on Playboy’s list of Best Party Schools in the Nation. This ranking is a culmination of attractive co-eds, the year-round warm weather, excellent athletic programs, Greek life, and access to Tucson’s cultural amenities. Students at the University of Arizona and Arizona State University always argue over school pride and who throws better parties. The answer to this question isn’t definitive, but you truly can’t go wrong with the incredible nightlife scenes at both schools.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Chattanooga’s neighborhoods with the lowest crime rates are typically on the outskirts of the city. The three safest communities are gathered in a cluster in the southeastern corner of Chattanooga: Valleyview (lowest crime in the city), West View (second lowest), and Ryall Springs (third lowest). Harrison and Hammillville are two other safe neighborhoods located on the city’s borders. Obviously, there neighborhoods are a bit further away from campus. If you want neighborhoods close to downtown with low crime, check out Dallas Heights and the Northside.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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CARTA, the local public transit operator, runs bus lines that are specifically targeted towards students. Route #14 only runs during the school year, then stops in the summer. There are also five other routes that stop by the university’s campus. The best part is, all students have to do is show their IDs and they can ride for free. Essentially, they have free access to any part of the city. Most students don’t rely solely on public transportation to get around though: 86 percent of students have a vehicle on campus. If you’re looking to move off-campus, keep in mind that commuting via public transportation is a perfectly viable plan.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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At UT, just over half of the students have their own cars on campus. It’s helpful to have a vehicle, but it’s far from necessary. Stops for buses that can take you around the city are lined up on the borders of the campus, and all the areas of the city around downtown are walkable from campus. In fact, Walk Score, a site that measures how walkable a given neighborhood is, gave UT a 91/100 and called it a walker’s paradise. Many students try to look for rentals that are within walking distance of campus so they don’t need to rely on vehicles, buses, or any other type of transportation. If you’re lucky enough to find a great place nearby, you will find that walking is simpler, healthier, and nearly always pleasant in the sunny Tampa weather.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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UT’s campus is a three minute walk from Downtown Tampa--all you have to do is walk across the West Kennedy Boulevard bridge and you’re there! If you want to take the bus, it’s just two stops away. Students often take advantage of this great access on the weekend and enjoy downtown’s plentiful cultural activities. In the past decade or so, Tampa’s culture has surged to the level of other prominent Southern cities like Atlanta and Orlando. There are great music and art scenes to go with the usual establishments like movie theaters, shops, and restaurants. As a student at UT, you will have the best of both worlds: a great campus for academics, and you will be footsteps away from Tampa’s thriving downtown area.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

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The quality of the culture in Terre Haute is nowhere near what you would find in larger cities like Indianapolis, but it has its own small city charm. One of its strongest areas is its culinary scene: there is no shortage of excellent restaurants here. There are cheap quick-serve places like Wise Pies Pizzas and Subs on the southern end of campus, great bars for students like 7th and Elm and the The Copper Bar. If you want a break from on-campus food, the city has a solid selection of sit-down restaurants. Some of the best places, like Tokyo Japanese Cuisine, Exotic Thai, and the Umi Grill Sushi Bar, are on South 3rd Street.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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Local buses are provided for ISU students in the Terre Haute area by THTU during both the day and night, seven days a week. This service is perfect for getting back from your apartment to class, or to the library or a friend’s place. If you want to get out of town for the weekend, or to a transportation hub to catch a flight or train, Greyhound has a station here and can take you to nearby cities like Indianapolis. You can also get to Indy (a popular student destination on the weekends) on an express bus called the Hoosier Ride. There are many public transportation options here, and as a college student you should take advantage of them if you don’t have a vehicle of your own.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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The prices of rentals within ten miles of Meredith are a bit more expensive than your college budget probably allows (on average, two bedrooms cost $911/month). But this is just because cities, in this case, Raleigh, always have more expensive rents. With this said, there are also enough colleges in the area that landlords realize they need to have homes on the lower end of the price range as well. If you look on this site you will see over a hundred listings that are under the threshold of $700/month. So while the average prices for the area may be higher than you may feel comfortable paying, there are more than enough affordable apartments available for college students.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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Parties are never scarce on the weekend, whether you look on Meredith’s campus, in off-campus student areas, at neighboring North Carolina State University, or in the big city of Raleigh. There’s a scene for everyone; some students like going to fraternity or sorority parties at one of the local campuses, others frequent Raleigh’s museums or music venues, while some just like to get dinner and a movie in the city. You will always have things to do on the weekend here, and won’t feel like you have to go home once the school week is over like you would at other colleges.

 
Weather

Weather

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Tallahassee is usually hotter than the rest of Florida. It’s fairly typical for summer days to hit the 90s (the average highs for June, July and August are 91, 92, and 93 respectively), and it can occasionally exceed 100 degrees. Some Americans in cold weather states would say that this sounds perfect to them, but if they haven’t been to the South in the summer they wouldn’t be able to imagine how hot it actually gets. The mild winters are the payoff for this, of course, with temperatures staying in the 50s and 60s. Unlike other parts of Florida, Tallahassee does not usually have to worry about Hurricanes; the last recorded one hitting the city was nearly 30 years ago.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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It’s fitting that a school located in Tallahassee, the capital of Florida, has a stellar political science major. It was ranked 9th among U.S. public universities and 24th in the world by the publication “Political Studies Review.” The political science department also ranked 8th among U.S. public universities in jobs landed by Ph.D. students post-graduation. Students at FSU are able to get internships at the state house, which is just a mile east of campus. If you’re looking to get a job in politics, FSU is a great choice for your future.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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Saint Michaels is served by CTTA’s bus #2, which begins early in the morning and ends late at night. It makes it easy for students without their own means of transportation to live off-campus and still be able to get to classes. So if you find a rental in Colchester, Burlington, South Burlington, or Essex, you can take public transportation to campus. It’s also useful when you want to go to Burlington on the weekend, whether to explore the city, take a friend out to dinner, go shopping, or go to the University of Vermont for parties. Many students here have cars, but if you plan your living situation around public transportation you can use it to get around.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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Saint Michaels College is minutes away from Burlington and Lake Champlain. Best of all, if students don’t have cars, the Chittenden County Transportation Authority provides buses that run from the school to Burlington and nearby areas. In the spring, summer, and fall, students can travel to Lake Champlain to enjoy a day on the water. Or, in Burlington there are myriad great restaurants, shops, and culture. In the winter students aren’t as likely to go out to the city, but there are world-class skiing and snowboarding mountains in Vermont that they can drive to and enjoy.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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The communities surrounding UNC-Charlotte vary in their safety and the amount of crimes reported annually. If you look at a crime map of the area, you will see that Mallard Creek/Withrow Downs, Pine Ridge, Eastway, and Derita are the nearby off-campus neighborhoods with low crime. Newell, University City North, Nevin, and College Downs are areas with higher crime rates. If you talk to students on campus, or to faculty who help students adjust to off-campus life, you will figure out which of these neighborhoods suits you and your budget.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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The campus for UNC-Charlotte isn’t actually located in the city--it’s located ten miles (20 minute drive) from Downtown Charlotte. If you want to find a rental closer to the city and commute to school, be prepared for a longer drive. However, the school is conveniently located in between two major roads. To the west is Interstate 85, and to the east is Interstate 485 (Dr Jay Robinson Freeway and Craig Lawing Freeway). Traffic can sometimes be a problem, but if you find a rental along either of these two interstates (85 and 485), you can have a commute with easy highway miles.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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CSU is technically in Charleston, but the city’s downtown area is 18 miles south of campus. Many students use vehicles to drive back and forth from the city and campus, or from campus to their off-campus apartment, but others don’t have that privilege (or don’t want to pay for gas and repairs). For students who rely on public transportation, CARTA--the local transit agency--runs buses close enough to campus that students can take them to downtown Charleston or anywhere in between. Route #10 is closest to campus (you can catch it on the southern tip), but XP1 (an express bus), which is a little further away, is quicker.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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Students who love urban environments and their rich culture and students who love the great outdoors will both be satisfied with CSU’s location. Charleston, a large city with a great art and music scene, is to the south. The Francis Marion National Forest, a sprawling park with wilderness area, hiking and biking trails, campsites, bays, and everything else that a nature lover could ask for. Depending on your preferences, you will probably be making day trips south to the city or east to the forest. The coast of the Atlantic Ocean is also within driving distance of campus, and is a beautiful destination in warm weather.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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Morehouse’s campus is sandwiched in between Atlanta’s Ashview Heights and Castleberry Hill neighborhoods, and is just a mile away from downtown Atlanta. Students on the east side of campus could easily walk to downtown, and there are plenty of nearby off-campus apartment buildings that are also within walking distance. Students who go here and neighboring schools like Spelman and Morris Brown study hard during the week and take advantage of their close proximity to Atlanta’s best culture on the weekend. If you’re into art, movies, theater, great food, music, or sports, you will love Atlanta’s nightlife on the weekend.

 
Demographics

Demographics

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Morehouse College is best known for being the alma mater of Martin Luther King Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, and Spike Lee, to name a few famous alumnus. The school is the only historically black, all-male private school in the country. The student body is smaller than average with an enrollment of around 2,500 (all of which are men, and the vast majority are African-American). Aside from its one-sided gender and ethnic statistics, the student body is also considered one of the smartest in Atlanta. Morehouse has a top-notch academic reputation, and has been ranked one of the best liberal arts schools in the nation in many fields.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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GCC’s campus is part of southwestern Denison’s Twin City neighborhood, which is the safest community in the city. It had the lowest amount of crimes in the region according to the most recent annual crime report. If you travel northeast of campus you will soon cross into Frontier Village, which was actually the second safest neighborhood in Denison behind Twin City. As a student at GCC, you will be positioned perfectly in the safest parts of town when you’re on campus. In case you’re wondering, Dension’s downtown/city center area had the highest amounts of reported crime.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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Grayson County College (GCC) is located in the outskirts of Denison near the North Texas Regional Airport. Aside from planes at the airport and taxis in Denison, the only form of transportation available to students is by vehicle. If you live off-campus, you will definitely need a car. The school is conveniently located right on Highway 691, and is three miles west of Route 75. Denison and Sherman, two popular places for students to live, are both just a 15 minute drive. Lake Texoma is a 20 minute drive to the north.

 
Weather

Weather

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Summers in Mansfield are contently warm, and rarely hot: there are only around five days every year where the temperature rises above 90. Summer temperatures typically stay in the 70s or 80s on warmer days. The annual snowfall is around 50 inches, which is less than the snowfall in southern Ohio because Lake Erie is to the north. The snow falls the heaviest in January (one out of every three days), and February, but in the other winter months there’s only 3-5 days of snow every year. The temperature lows in the winter range from the teens in January to the 30s in the milder November and March.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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North Central State College (NCSC) actually shares a campus with Ohio State University’s Mansfield campus. This helps out students in a major way when they’re looking for off-campus housing. For one, Mansfield isn’t a large city, and therefore doesn’t have as many rentals as a larger city would. But with two colleges, local landlords know that students at these schools will want to rent in the area. Also, NCSC students can buddy up with OSU students and find housing together--it’s easier to pay a higher rent if you have a roommate or two to split it with.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

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If you’re looking for a nice restaurant near Quinnipiac to take your parents, friends, or a date, Whitney Avenue is a great place to start. DeMil’s, Sergio’s, Smokey’s, Giant’s Dumpling, and Midori all are terrific depending on your preferences. If you’re looking for more selection, you can make the short drive south to New Haven, which is home to some of the best restaurants in the state of Connecticut in my opinion. Most of the great restaurants are located in the Downtown area, and after you finish your meal you can enjoy New Haven’s culture.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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Quinnipiac’s campus in Hamden is located on the outskirts of New Haven (next to North Haven), so if students want to use public transportation to get around it will be done mostly, if not all, through New Haven’s branch of CT Transit. The local buses (the most popular is the J line) run frequently and are reliable enough to use as a primary means of transportation if you don’t have a car. If this interests you, make sure you look for rentals that are a few minutes or less walking distance from a bus stop. Trust me, walking a long way and waiting for the bus during a New England winter can be miserable.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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The eastern border of Liberty University’s campus is defined by Route 29, which, along with Route 460, is the only major road near Lynchburg. Route 29 connects the campus to the towns and cities that surround it, which is why most of the school’s commuters take it every day. Relying just on public transportation to get around isn’t quite realistic for an off-campus student, so you will need a vehicle of your own to commute back and forth. Most students look for off-campus rentals in Lynchburg and Roanoake (which is around a 45 minute drive on Route 460).

 
Demographics

Demographics

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Liberty University is a medium-sized college with around 12,000 on-campus students, but when you factor in the 60,000 students taking the school’s online courses, it has one of the largest enrollments in the country. Even though these online students won’t need to look for local housing, the school still has a large profile in the area and there are plenty of landlords who target their rentals towards college students with cheap rent and close access to the school. Another note about the college’s student body: Young America’s Foundation named Liberty University one of the most conservative schools in the U.S.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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Hofstra University’s apartment costs are inflated due to the school’s close proximity to the most expensive city in America. Students are thankful to be so close to New York on the weekends, but unfortunately, this makes searching for a cheap apartment rather difficult. It’s tough to find a rental for under $1000/month in the area. There are college-priced options in Hempstead, but if don’t snag these deals quick then you will pay for it, literally. The average monthly price for a two bedroom rental within ten miles of the college is $2153, and a one bedroom is only a few hundred dollars cheaper. I would recommend splitting your rental with a roommate or two, and remember that the closer you are to New York City the more expensive the rent will be.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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A testament to the excellence of New York City’s public transportation system (which is arguably the best in the country) is that even though Hofstra is 30 miles away from Downtown, you can take a commuter rail train from Hempstead to Madison Square Garden. If you don’t have a car to get from Hofstra’s campus to Hempstead’s station, the school provides a shuttle back and forth (the Blue Beetle). This shuttle, along with local buses (provided by Nassau Inter-County Express) and taxis, make it easy to get around the local area without a car.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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Memorial Stadium on the University of Kansas’s campus is packed with students on Saturdays in the fall, as the school’s football team plays its home games here. However, basketball is by far the most popular and successful sport for the school. The men’s team advances deep into March Madness every year, and recently won the national championship in 2008. For non-sports activities, downtown Lawrence has become a cultural hotspot. National publications like the New York Times and Rolling Stone has recognized its music scene, which is fueled by the young student population of the University.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Lawrence has been rated one of the best college towns in the country by MSNBC, the American Institute for Economic Research, and Parents & Colleges. One of the most significant reasons the city has earned these honors is because of its safety. College students at the University of Kansas should feel safe walking back from the library or class late at night, or if they’re out with friends in downtown Lawrence. The University of Kansas doesn’t just have great sports teams or academics, but also a low crime rate on its campus.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Edgewood’s campus ranks 8th on the list of Madison areas with the lowest crime. The area south of it (Seminole Highway/Nakoma Road) ranks fifth, and to the north, the Regent St/Virginia Terrace area ranks first. Students here shouldn’t worry about walking around campus late at night as long as they use common sense and steer clear of the lake and arboretum south of campus after dark. Comparatively, Edgewood’s campus is much safer than the University of Wisconsin’s campus that’s closer to downtown.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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Madison is considered one of the best college cities in the country--it’s best known (aside from the fact that it’s Wisconsin’s capital) as the home of the University of Wisconsin’s main campus, which is located near downtown. Edgewood is a bit further away from downtown, but is impressive nonetheless. Its campus sits on Lake Wingra, and the University of Wisconsin’s beautiful arboretum (which attracts outdoor enthusiasts in the warm weather). Madison is a great city with bars, clubs, and venues designed specifically for college crowds.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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One of the Bay Area’s greatest attributes is its connected public transportation infrastructure. The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority runs a light rail station near the college that can take students to nearby areas like San Jose, Sunnyvale, and Mountain View. There are also two bus stops near Mission, and a commuter express shuttle. It’s viable to get to practically anywhere in the Bay Area, from San Jose to San Francisco, using just public transportation, as long as you know where to make the connections.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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The region of the Bay Area that Mission College is in (San Jose, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara) is one of the worst places in the country for college students trying to find rentals with a small budget. One bedroom apartments near the college are, on average, $1684/month, and the price shoots up to $2142 for two bedroom rentals and $2863 for three bedrooms. However, you should be able to find rentals on the low end of the price range, especially if you include studio apartments in your search. But the thing is, the low end in this area is still very expensive. Keep your eyes peeled on the market and grab any bargains as soon as they’re posted on this site.

 

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