The University of Dayton and the Dayton community offer a wide variety of housing options for students. In the Dayton metropolitan area you will also find homes, condominiums and townhouses to rent or buy, as well as an array of apartments to fit any lifestyle. Housing Options (PDF) »
University Place, Plumwood Terrace and L-Street are on-campus housing options for law students.
Plumwood Terrace, a 55-unit apartment building located three blocks from the School of Law, contains efficiency, single and two-bedroom apartments with limited indoor parking for an additional cost.
University Place, located across the street from the School of Law, offers studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units. Limited parking is available at an additional fee.
More information, including rates and details about on-campus housing, is available on the University of Dayton Office of Residence Life's website. If you desire on-campus housing, you can reserve your space as soon as you have paid your first seat deposit.
For off-campus housing, rents generally range from $350 to $700, depending on tastes in décor and location and if students are living alone or with one or more roommates. Many students live near campus, in surrounding suburbs or even commute from the Cincinnati area. Some of our law students take advantage of the renovated lofts available in downtown Dayton.
Our housing brochure (PDF) contains a sampling of apartments near campus and in the surrounding community. It is merely a sampling of what is available and is not inclusive of the many apartments, houses, condominiums and townhomes available in the Dayton community.
You may also want to check various locator services such as Apartment Locators (937-298-3087) and Apartment Guide (888-343-8031) as well as the following websites:
The Office of Admissions staff is happy to counsel students and answer any questions or concerns about on-campus and off-campus housing in the Dayton community. More information about housing and parking is available to students once they are admitted to the School of Law.