PGSU Grad Workers Housing Inquiry
Email address *
What year are you in your graduate program?
What department are you in?
What is your monthly income (including partner's income, if applicable)? *
Your answer
How much do you pay in combined monthly rent and utilities? *
Your answer
What is the maximum amount of rent and utilities you would consider affordable to pay per month? *
Your answer
Do you have positive savings every month? *
Check as many as apply: after rent, utilities, groceries and transportation, I have enough money left over for... *
What are the sources of your monthly income? Select all that apply
The widely-adopted standard for housing affordability is for monthly rent to exceed no more than 30% of monthly income, which means a maximum rent of $835 on the average graduate stipend. Before taking this survey, were you aware of this standard?
How many places have you lived since starting your degree at Princeton?
When considering a living situation, what aspect of your housing matters most to you? Please rank on a scale of 1-6, with 1 being the most and 6 the least important element of your housing relative to each other
Rent + utilities
Number of roommates
In-unit amenities
Commute cost
Commute time
Housing continuity
When considering a living situation, what aspects of your housing are not negotiable? Select all that apply.
Do you currently live in university-run housing? *
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