When you moved into
the dorms on campus, you did not have to meet any significant
requirements. As long as you were an enrolled student and had
financial aid, parental income or your own savings to pay for your
housing costs, you were approved to move into one of the dorm rooms.
However, moving out
on your own requires you to meet criteria for renting and occupying
an apartment or house. Before you fill out, submit and pay for a
rental application, you need to ensure that you satisfy these
requirements for living in university
student housing in Baton Rouge.
Good Rental References
Most landlords want
you to submit several references who can vouch for your rental
history. If you live in the dorm, you could get a referral from the
university’s department of student housing. You also can list the
resident advisors or hall directors who were in charge of your
Landlords also want
you to have enough income to pay the rent on time each month. Your
income must be double if not triple the rental price of the
apartment. All sources of revenue including your student aid package
and wages from your job will be considered.
You can learn more about the requirements for moving into university
student housing in Ion
Baton Rouge online. Contact Ion Baton Rouge to
schedule a tour or fill out an application. You can also go to their
website for details.
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