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Student Housing & Student Apartments in Houston

Houston is a thriving student city, with more than 400,000 are enrolled in higher education in the Greater Houston area. With 43,000 students, the University of Houston (UH) is the largest academic institution in the city. Other major universities include Rice University, Texas Southern University, Baylor College of Medicine and the University of St Thomas.

Cheap Student Apartments in Houston

$684
Unilodgers

The Vue at MacGregor - 4 Bedroom 4 Bathroom Apartment- D1a

$689
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Icon - Houston - 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom B3

$684
Unilodgers

The Vue at MacGregor - 4 Bedroom 4 Bathroom Apartment- D1

$829
Student.com

Falls of Maplewood - The Waterwood - 1 Bedroom Apartment

$999
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Aspen Houston - 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom - Frisco C

$649
Unilodgers

The Vue at MacGregor - 4 Bedroom 4 Bathroom Apartment- D2a

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$619
Airbnb

Private room in a golf view house.

$476
Airbnb

One Quite spacious BR NW Corridor Home( #2 BR)

$829
Student.com

Falls of Maplewood - The Waterwood - 1 Bedroom Apartment

$1,490
College Student Apartments

Village On The Parkway B1

$1,091
Airbnb

Modern 1Bd near Downtown/Midtown-1st Floor

$626
Airbnb

Tranquility! Great amenities. Near Exxon & IAH.

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Finding Student Housing near Houston

When it comes to student housing, Houston has plenty of choice in terms of cost, style and location. Affordable neighborhoods popular with students include Greater Eastwood, East Downtown and Montrose (especially the area around St. Thomas). These areas offer lots of smaller, older apartment complexes, garage apartments, duplexes and small homes with lots of character. More modern apartment complexes are also available, but cost slightly more due to the increase in square footage and number of standard amenities you’ll receive.

Those with a larger budget might also consider Midtown and Upper Kirby, both of which have several establishments that cater towards students. Again, prices within these areas can vary depending on an apartment’s age, style, size and available amenities.

UH is a commuter campus, and is unlike other universities in that it does not really have an established student community living immediately around it. This is partly because the surrounding area lacks amenities and has a poor reputation, while the city’s car culture make other neighborhoods of Houston a much more attractive proposition. Many students in Houston therefore opt to buy or rent a car to make the commute quicker and less hassle.

For the best student apartments in Houston, browse through Nestpick’s extensive selection now.


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