The realization that my youngest daughter, Raquel was attending college and was going to be out of my sight for four years was heart wrenching (she was my baby girl). I knew I had to let her spread her wings yet, that does not come without its concerns.
Although she decided to attend a private college in-state, student housing was not an option. I was on a mission to find her safe and affordable living accommodations. “Not so easy”, we visited dozens of apartment communities/neighborhoods which made it was extremely stressful and time-consuming.
My personal college experience with Raquel became my passion as I asked myself, what if I could help other families avoid experiencing the same issues we did?
We are here to help college students find apartments close to their college.
College can be difficult, but finding housing is easy using College Vida By offering a complete listing of available properties, and helping the entire process with the student and the agent.
If you’re looking for college housing, take advantage of our search function to find the ideal place to base your college experience.
We also give students a place to post subleases
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a long-term subleaser or someone to fill a vacancy during the summer; you’ll find exactly what you need using our website.
Frequently asked questions
Q: I’m looking for a new apartment near my college campus, how do I start searching?
A: Click the Find An Apartment search box to the right and enter the college, city, or zip code you’re looking for!
Q: How do I post my sublease?
A: Click the Start My Listing link in the Post Your Sublease section to the right. You can edit all your information and post your sublease!
Q: What is the difference between a sublease, sublet, or relet?
A: That’s a good question! Sublease is the common terminology used by college students when referring to getting their apartment lease taken over by another student. However, the actual legal term for this is called relet or sublet, which is the action of signing your apartment and all its liabilities over to the new renter. We highly recommend you speak with your apartment complex to obtain proper permission and fill out the correct paperwork.
Q: How much does it cost to post a sublease?
A: It costs $25 for a 30 day listing
Q: I’m a parent of a college student and looking for an apartment for my son/daughter, where can I do this?
A: Click the Find An Apartment search box above and enter the college name or city. Then you will be able to view all of the apartments that cater to college students in your son/daughters college town!
Q: I’m a property manager and want to add or upgrade my current listing, how do I do this?
A: You can email us and ask for more information regarding listing and pricing!