Check out this page for information on workshops to help you get ready to live off campus, places to rent, and other resources.
Know your rights and responsibilities as a renter and be ready for off-campus living.
Led by UCM staff as well as local landlords, property managers, and City of Warrensburg staff, workshops cover real-life issues and scenarios that you'll encounter as a first-time renter.
Using the Off Campus Living handbook, these one-hour sessions cover:
All three sessions will be held in the Elliott Student Union, room 219.
(The same information is presented at each session.)
You may be best friends now, but after a few months of living together even best friends can disagree about how things should go. Save yourelf stress by using a roommate agreement! Below are some exmples from other organizations; feel free to use one of these or make your own - but we recommend you use one no matter what!
Remember: No matter what these forms or web site state, YOUR LEASE is the final authority on the terms of agreement with your landlord.
Before you sign your lease - or even afterward - be sure to read our Off Campus Living Handbook. It's full of useful information to help you save money and avoid problems.
Don't be afraid to ask questions. A lease is a legal, binding document; in other words, you must abide by what is says or there will likely be significant financial consequences.
These businesses manage multiple properties of different kinds for several property owners.
These are apartments in one or more buildings in the same area, all managed by one person.
These businesses are owned and operated by one or more owners; they may have multiple kinds of apartments or houses to rent.
Click here for a listing of apartments near the Missouri Innovation Campus in Lee's Summit, MO.