Make the most of living off-campus.
Extensive resource for students who currently live off-campus and/or those thinking of moving off-campus.
Local Area Housing Database
To assist current students, faculty and staff with their housing search, the Off-Campus College Office has secured The Housing Registry service. This database contains apartments and rooms for rent, as well as a roommate registry. The housing and roommate search features are available to the Binghamton University community through the use of their University email.
Property Owners, Rental Agents and non-members of the University Community are invited to post their rental vacancies on The Housing Registry free of charge. Please read and follow the Posting Guidelines as they are strictly enforced. All postings must comply with the Fair Housing Act and local, State and Federal rules and regulations.
Binghamton University employees do not approve, inspect, or supervise the premises described, nor does the university become party to housemate/subletter/landlord/tenant matters.
To assist students with finding off-campus housing, Off Campus Programs and Services works with a third party vendor, The Housing Registry, to aid in your housing and roommate search. The Housing Registry search features are only available to the Binghamton University community through the use of their University email.
This database contains apartments and rooms for rent, as well as a roommate registry. Brokers and non-members of the University Community are invited to post a listing on the Housing Registry as long as the guidelines are followed.
Please Note: Off Campus Programs and Services does not investigate, endorse, or guarantee the accuracy of the information provided in the listing, the condition of the accommodation, or the suitability or performance of either the lister or any prospective tenant. Binghamton University shall not be responsible for any loss or damage suffered or incurred by any individual or entity arising out of or relating to the listings. Binghamton University shall not be deemed to be a party, and shall have no responsibility or obligation to enforce such agreement.
While OCC does not recommend any one insurance company to deal with, we HIGHLY RECOMMEND that students living off campus obtain renters insurance. Renters insurance will cover a loss of property in case of fire, flood, theft, etc. Contact any insurance company to obtain this valuable resource.
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Forms and Information
OCC has plenty of information to assist you as you prepare to move off campus. We can also help you if you already live off campus and have questions. Check out our forms and information page to answer any questions you might have.