It may be easy to feel like you are living in a dormitory with your roommate and a few roommates.
But if you are a student who has been on a college campus, you have no choice but to rent out a dorm or apartment.
Here are the rules for renting out a campus apartment.
What is a dorm?
A dorm is a space where students live during the academic year.
Rental housing is allowed in dorms only if it is at least 20 square feet, and the space is not located in a public place.
If you are renting a room or a house on campus, it must be in a residence hall.
You cannot rent a room at a university campus.
Rented rooms can be shared with a roommate.
What happens if I need to move?
If you have been living at your dorm for the past two weeks, you may be able to move out in a few weeks.
You will still need to make rent payments and rent your apartment.
You can’t move into your dorms if you have a permanent medical condition, a disability, or a serious illness that requires hospitalization.
How do I rent a dorm at Penn?
If your apartment is a student dorm, you can rent it through the College Housing Office (HOA).
You will need to sign a contract with the HOA and submit your rental application to the Hoa.
If your lease is for more than 30 days, you will need a waiver from the Hoan to rent a student room.
Students will not be able move into a student bed and breakfast during the semester, unless the lease is extended.
To rent a space, you must pay a $50.00 application fee and have your housing documentation.
If the lease has not been extended for at least 90 days, the student will have to apply again for a new lease.
How to apply to live at Penn When you rent an apartment at Penn, you should include the following information in your application: Name and address