Washington DC remains once of the most exciting cities to live in. People, culture, and cuisine come from all over the world to make strong neighborhoods and intriguing cross-town opportunities. DC has high-brow think tanks, an underground music scene, and hundreds of festivals in between. You’re going to live in DC. Start by finding a place to stay.

In addition to on-campus housing, the Office of Residence Life provides all students with resources to select and secure off-campus housing. The Office hosts a housing fair each spring to connect interested students with local rental opportunities that may meet their needs. Additional guidance is available year-round through the content and links on this website.

Finding a Rental

See rental listings specifically for Georgetown Law students and review important things to consider as you start your search.

Other Resources

Review resources for selecting between apartments, reviewing your first lease, and resolving conflicts between a landlord and tenant.

Frequently Asked Questions

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