Off-campus Housing Sites
- A frequently updated listing of properties is available at ub.jumpoffcampus.com
- Kanaree, a local company that students can hire to research properties
- The Connecticut Post
- New Haven Register
- Stamford Advocate
Campus Bulletin Board
Located inside the lobby of the Student Center on campus, the local rental information bulletin board has proven to be very popular. On the bulletin board you can find information on various types of rentals or post your personal need for a roommate.
Local Realtor Information
Pradhan Group Corp
Keller Williams Realty
This information is provided as a service to the community. The University of Bridgeport makes no representations about the condition of any property found through these venues, has no role in any transaction involving these properties and in no way endorses any of the properties found through these venues.
At the University of Bridgeport, all full-time matriculating students with fewer than 90 credits who live more than 30 miles from campus and are under 21 years of age are required to live on campus. However, some graduate and upper class students choose to live off campus in the surrounding community.
Our goal is to assist you in making decisions about living off campus and to enable you to develop a housing search strategy. We have provided information on how to find housing options that best meet your needs, your rights as a tenant and where to get help if you have any questions. There are several ways to find rental housing in the Bridgeport and surrounding communities.