Lunch n' Learn Off-Campus Living Sessions: The Division of Student Affairs, the Office of Government & Community Relations, and other campus partners offer informational sessions on how to find an apartment, safety and lease signing tips, documenting damages, how to be a responsible neighbor and more. The 2019 schedule of sessions can be found here.
Life Outside the Box: Off Campus Housing Guide for International Students - This guide, published by the Tulane University Office of International Students and Scholars, is a great resource for students moving to New Orleans.
BestColleges.com Student Renter's Guide - With the increasing emphasis on fiscal responsibility for college students, the experts at BestColleges.com have created a renting guide with sections on what to do before signing a lease, tenant rights and insurance, and warning signs of rental properties.
CORT Furniture Rental - CORT makes moving off campus simple by providing furniture rental packages and housing information. CORT will deliver and setup your entire apartment with stylish furniture, and when you’re ready to move, we’ll pick it all back up. Make move in day just like any other day.
Tulane University Legal Assistance Program - The Tulane University Legal Assistance Program (TULAP) is a legal services program funded by the Tulane University Associated Student Body. TULAP provides free legal advice, low-cost representation, free notarial services, and information regarding legal rights to current Tulane University students, staff, and faculty.
LawHelp - Law Help connects people of low and moderate incomes to free legal aid programs in their communities, answers questions about their legal rights and helps them with their legal problems.
A Guide to Louisiana Landlord and Tenant Rights - This report from Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry summarizes landlord and tenant rights in Louisiana.
The Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center - The Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center (GNOFHAC) is a nonprofit civil rights organization that fights to end housing discrimination under the federal Fair Housing Act. The federal Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, disability, family status, and national origin. GNOFHAC provides educational trainings, free and confidential legal services, conducts fair housing investigations, and handles housing discrimination complaints.
Apartment Search Overview - Use this document when you inspect a new property to keep track of the condition of each unit, its pros/cons, and your priorities.
Apartment Budget Planner - Organize payments and plan your budget with this worksheet.
Roommate Search Self-Reflection - Planning to live with roommates? Fill out this self-reflection worksheet to identify your own priorities and make conversations with future roommates easier.