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Student Housing & Student Apartments Los Angeles

Home to the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern California (USC), California State University and Loyola Marymount University - and other institutions - Los Angeles is one the most popular places to study in the United States. With stellar academic credentials and a number of great neighborhoods to suit even the pickiest of people, LA continues to draw in thousands of domestic and foreign students each year.


Cheap Student Apartments in Los Angeles

$655
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1124 W. Adams Blvd

$655
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700 28th St

$831
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1333 W. 35th Street

$857
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1617 S. Bundy Dr.

$862
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Greenfield Apartments

$882
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1616 Federal Ave

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$1,000
SpareRoom

master bedroom with private bathroom

$1,001
Homestay

Pvt Room + Bathroom near Expo Line.

$1,001
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Sunny House Looking for You!

$1,001
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Cottage Like Room for Rent

$1,001
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Salley home

$1,001
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We accept middle or high school gir

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Find Student Housing near Los Angeles

Student housing in Los Angeles largely consists of two major options: staying in halls of residence or renting private accommodation off campus. Because LA encompasses such a wide geographical area, most students who stay in accommodation off campus opt to live within a short commute of the campus they attend. Private housing is widely available in a broad range of styles, sizes, costs and locations.

In terms of cost, student apartments in Los Angeles largely depend on the rental market of the neighborhood they are located in. Westwood, for example, is the location of the UCLA campus and consequently a lot of students decide to live nearby. However, the median 1-bedroom rent here is $2,660, which is enough to price students from lower-income families out.

For more affordable student housing in Los Angeles, many students gravitate towards areas that strike a balance between reasonable costs, relative safety and access to local amenities. Often, this may mean a compromise on commute time. Despite this, most neighborhoods with a sizeable student community have a youthful culture and amenities that cater towards students.


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