Law students at Ohio State have a variety of housing options from which to choose, including on-campus housing in graduate student residence halls, a university-operated apartment complex for families, and privately owned apartments located just a short distance from the Moritz College of Law.
South Campus Gateway
Wouldn't it be wonderful to live in a new apartment that included Internet, cable, a fitness center, and in-unit washer and dryer? What if that same apartment was just steps from the Moritz College of Law? That was one of the goals behind the South Campus Gateway apartment complex, and the safety, convenience, and quality of life within the apartments have made it a popular choice amongst Moritz students. Law students get first preference on renting the apartments, and about one-quarter of all Moritz students reside there. More Information on South Campus Gateway
Law students also have the option of living in one of the University-operated buildings near the law school. Due to renovations of some graduate residence halls, space is limited, so it is recommended you visit the OSU Housing web site as soon as possible to ensure housing. More Information on University Housing
Law students have a wealth of choices when it comes to living in privately owned housing. The location of the Ohio State campus, and specifically the Moritz College of Law, allows convenient access to many large and small apartment complexes with varying costs and amenities. More Information on Off-Campus Housing