Off-Campus Housing

 

The University of Arkansas has an official website to assist students search for off-campus housing and roommates. It can be accessed at:

First time checking out the site? Watch this short tutorial on how to get logged in and started searching! 


Only registered users can access the listings. Students can login to the site using their UARK central login credentials, while parents and guests can register for a guest account to view listings. 

Current students can also search roommate posting and post subleases for free! Watch this 10 minute tutorial on how to post a sublease.

 When searching for rental properties, please note that Fayetteville city code only allows for three unrelated people to live in a single-family zone. Four unrelated people may live together if the dwelling is in a multi-family zone. Fayetteville's zoning maps can help in determining which zone a property is in. 

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The University does not endorse any particular off-campus properties and students should make their own inquiries as to conditions of purchase or lease. 
The listing of rental units on this site is a service to local rental property owners and University of Arkansas students, faculty, and staff. Rental property owners are responsible for reporting information fairly and accurately, and the University and Off Campus Partners cannot guarantee the completeness or accuracy of such information. Inclusion of any property or rental unit on this website does not constitute, and shall not be construed or reported as (1) an endorsement or approval by the University or Off Campus Partners of the landlord, its properties, or its business practices, or (2) a warranty or representation by the University or Off Campus Partners as to the quality, safety or other features of such property and/or its owners or management agent(s). The University and Off Campus Partners expressly disclaim any and all responsibility for any problems that may arise with regard to such property or rental units or with regard to disputes between landlords and tenants concerning such property or rental units. All prospective tenants are encouraged to exercise their own good judgment when evaluating a prospective rental unit or landlord.