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Find Apartments for UGA Law School Students | Athens, GA

UGA Law School

The University of Georgia School of Law is nationally renowned and known as one of the top law schools in the nation. Established in 1859, it is one of the oldest schools at UGA and full of rich history. Due to its excellence, the UGA law school has consistently attracted graduate students from all around the world—graduate students that are also in need of housing during their studies. If you are an incoming law student at the University of Georgia, then there's a good chance that you'll be looking for apartments for UGA law school students. Fortunately, ApartmentsforAthens was designed to make your apartment searching process as easy as possible!

Where to Live in Athens as a UGA Law School Student

The UGA School of Law is in the heart of North Campus, which also includes the main library and arch. Because of this, UGA law school students may want to consider looking for apartments located in Downtown Athens. The end of North Campus essentially blends into Downtown making it walking distance and a prime location for UGA law school students. Living Downtown would provide a lot of locational convenience as you would be able to walk to most of your classes. In addition, there are many other benefits to living in Downtown Athens--like having easy access to the many businesses located there, including restaurants, shops, boutiques, and bars. There is also a bus stop Downtown that is serviced by both UGA and Athens Transit buses, so making your way across the rest of campus won't be an issue. With that being said, a downside to living Downtown could be the noise and traffic with it being Athens' most busy area. As a law student likely spending a lot of their time studying, you may find that this makes living Downtown less desirable. If this is the case, then you may also want to consider one of the many apartment communities that are only a few minutes from campus and are also in much quieter areas.

Apartment Features to Look for as a UGA Law School Student

Getting into law school is an amazing feat, but the workload and stress experienced as a law student is not something that goes unnoticed. Because of this, you will want to ensure that your living situation does not create any added stress for you. When searching for off-campus housing for UGA law school students, there are certain apartment features that you should look for to best accommodate your busy lifestyle. As previously mentioned, law school requires a lot of studying. Considering that UGA's main library is not open 24/7, it would be a good idea to look into apartments that have study rooms. In addition, furnished apartments can also relieve a lot of the stress that comes with moving and is also something worth considering. Lastly, apartments with in-unit washers and dryers can make your life a lot easier as well, as its very convenient.

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