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TransCanada Rentals has just implemented an student housing
rentals section. In the off-campus student housing rentals section, you can search for off-campus student housing for universities or off-campus student housing for colleges located in Canada.
We have created over 100 unique
pages for many of the respected universities and colleges in Canada, where students can find off-campus housing
near those universities or colleges. Students can also take advantage of our Walk Score feature for each off-campus housing unversity or college
which will allow students to see what amenities are close to the universities or colleges when staying off-campus in their student housing rentals.
Students, view our student housing rentals »
Off-Campus College Living: Guide to Successful Neighborhood Relationships
Living off-campus can be one of the most fun and rewarding experiences a college student can have; however, without proper effort, students and their neighbors could potentially run into some conflicts. This student housing guide should provide several useful tips for students to help them establish a good working relationship with their neighbors and community.
The best way to start a great relationship with neighbors is simply to introduce yourself. Like most move-in situations, neighbors appreciate getting to know the most recent members of their community. Introducing yourself to your neighbors will help them see you as a person--and not just another rambunctious college kid. Make an effort to exchange phone numbers in the event of an emergency, and be sure to ask around about neighborhood events and volunteering opportunities to leave a good impression.
Parking and Shared Facilities
The simple key to a successful relationship when it comes to shared facilities is respect. Many students have cars on campus, and apartment complexes that house large numbers of students will often be pressed for parking space. Respect others' right to park, be sure to obtain the required parking permits or stickers, and be sure to park only in designated areas. Laundry, exercise rooms, and lobbies require the same respect; keep noise to a minimum, and clean up after yourself. Not only will this engender more respect from neighbors, but it will also make for a cleaner and more usable facility for the entire complex. It's also important to remember that, just like other paying tenants, students have equal rights to the shared facilities. If you are experiencing discrimination of any kind simply for being a student, speak with management staff, your landlord, or a city official who can help resolve the issue.
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