Whether you’re ready to explore a new neighborhood, landed a summer internship, or just want to live your best Philly life, here are some trusted options for student-friendly and recent-grad-ready housing.
Make off-campus housing a breeze! Common is a residential manager making city living easier for renters through the thoughtful use of technology and design. Common operates thousands of units of co-living and traditional apartments in cities across the country. Renters choose Common for their all-inclusive options, built-in community, and people-first property services. With options in Fairmount, Fishtown, and Francisville, Common's beautifully furnished suites allow students to arrive with their suitcases and settle in.
Plus, there are so many benefits of renting with Common, like:
- Private furnished rooms or traditional units in modern, thoughtfully designed homes
- Beautifully furnished indoor and outdoor community spaces
- Community events curated by Common's member experience team
- Discounts and perks from local and national businesses partnered with Common, and more!
American Campus Communities
Experience the best in Philadelphia student living at an American Campus community! Chestnut Square, The Summit at University City, University Crossings and University Village are four unique communities designed with students in mind. You’ll love American Campus Community's fully furnished apartments, resources for academic success, and modern amenities to help you stay fit, healthy and happy.
Plus, with locations near Drexel University, University of Pennsylvania and Temple University campuses, you have convenient access to class and Center City! For more information or to apply online, visit AmericanCampus.com/Philadelphia. You’ll see why they say: You’re going to love it here.®
Villanova University Summer Intern Housing Program
Every year, Villanova University Conference Services provides apartment housing accommodations for approximately 200 out-of-town students who come to the Greater Philadelphia area for summer internships. They offer up to 10 weeks of housing, starting with the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend (stay tuned for 2023 dates!).
A competitive weekly rent that includes utilities as well as complimentary Wi-Fi, cable TV, fitness center, and library use and parking make the program popular with interns and area employers alike.
A detailed program description can be found on the Intern Housing Program website where online registration opens annually in January and is available until all housing spots are filled. Visit their website to learn more