For transfer, upper division and graduate students, we encourage you to explore the below sites for off-campus housing. Please note that SDSU is not affiliated with and does not endorse any complexes advertised on the sites below.
Online Housing Resources
ABODO Apartments is a map that plots all U.S. universities and colleges on an interactive map, so students can easily find housing near their campus. The map also shows nearby grocery stores, public transportation and other amenities.
Apartments.com simplifies the process of finding a new apartment by offering renters the most comprehensive database including millions of detailed and accurate apartment listings across the United States.
ApartmentList compiles rentals from over 100 different listing sources. There’s no need to view multiple websites to search for an apartment. Each city on the website shows local neighborhoods, pricing, noise level, nearby attractions, restaurants, shopping, and more.
Craigslist is a website where people post apartments and rooms available for rent. (Please be aware of potential scams).
PadMapper is a virtual map that can be used to find off-campus housing. You can personalize your search by using the toolbox on the map. PadMapper allows you to search by number of rooms, price and location.
Rent College Pads is an apartment search engine that helps students find housing by working with trusted landlords in nearby neighborhoods. Specifically geared toward college students, Rent College Pads helps with more than just finding apartments by connecting students looking for subleases and roommates through their Facebook integrated platform.
Roomdock is a house sharing and apartment rental platform that helps international students find a place to live in the U.S. Roomdock also offers a variety of concierge services to ensure a smooth move-in.