128 Off-Campus Apartments near UM

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Information

Located in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, U of M is one of the largest schools in the United States. U of M engages students with research opportunities beginning at the undergraduate level and also offers a variety of off-campus opportunities for studen ts to pursue. U of M is dedicated to the advancement of learning, and it shows in all of the opportunities that are offered to students. Graduates of U of M often stay in the Twin Cities area due to a thriving business community. ... Read More

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You may encounter two different types of leases in your student housing search. A "joint lease" is the traditional lease that you're probably most familiar with. Some properties offer an "individual lease". The type of lease properties on For Rent University offer are clearly marked by color and icon, as illustrated below.

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Individual Lease: The lease terms and conditions are set per person. You will share common living areas with roommates, but you are only respnsible for your personal lease agreement. Typical of roommate matching.

Joint Lease: The lease terms and conditions are joint and several liability. This is when two or more parties are equally responsible for the lease terms and conditions. All roommates are equally obligated to the lease agreement. Typical where you have your own roommates.

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