Student Housing Interest Form

Southwestern Law School is very pleased to offer 133 brand new, fully furnished, state-of-the-art apartments to our students commencing Fall 2013. While on-campus housing is not guaranteed, entering students will be given priority for a large percentage of these unique student residences on a first-come, first-served basis. Family housing is also available. At this time, to indicate your potential interest in on-campus housing and assist us in planning for future occupancy, please complete this form. Students will have the opportunity to submit a formal application for on-campus housing upon admission to Southwestern. Please note that this form in no way affects a student’s admission status and completion of this form only indicates interest in housing. Details about the formal application process for on-campus housing will be available in the coming months. We invite you to visit www.swlaw.edu/studenthousing periodically to learn more about Southwestern's exciting new student housing complex and view images of our construction in progress. Please note: If you currently attend or have been admitted to Southwestern Law School, your email address will be provided to Peak Campus Management so that additional information regarding housing may be forwarded to your attention.
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Please note: • One year lease required, with occupancy from August 3 to July 15. • Tenant pays for electrical usage. • Fully secured covered and assigned parking stalls available for additional fee. • As with many student housing arrangements, rental payment schedules may require prepayment at the beginning of each semester. • A lease guarantor may be required subject to applicant’s credit history (typically parent or family member). • Unit rental rates and parking fees are subject to change. Estimated Monthly Rent (dependent on location and view) • Studio: $1,380 - $1,700 • One Bedroom: $1,600 - $1,925 • Two Bedrooms: $2,200 - $2,600

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Since 1911, Southwestern Law School has served the public as a nonprofit, nonsectarian educational institution. Southwestern does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, veteran/military status, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law in connection with admission to the school, or in the administration of any of its educational, employment, housing, financial aid, scholarship, or student activity programs. Nondiscrimination has been the policy of Southwestern since its founding.


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