The Pennsylvania State University makes no representation whatsoever regarding the housing or the landlords listed through this list. The properties listed are done so at the request of the landlords to assist students in locating possible off-campus housing opportunities. Students are responsible to inspect the property and negotiate lease terms with any landlord. The Pennsylvania State University has not inspected or investigated these listings or landlords in any way and is not endorsing any specific properties or landlords for students by this listing. The Pennsylvania State University disclaims any responsibility, among other things, for the condition of any premises, terms of any leases, treatment by any landlord, or compliance with any applicable local zoning ordinances.
What is adjacent housing? Adjacent housing is a privately owned and operated housing facility that agrees to conform to certain criteria as listed below.
- The facility does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, handicap, age, or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran.
- Residents of the facility will be primarily Penn State Students.
- The facility is within walking distance from the campus.
- An on-site resident manager is employed.
- A tenants’ organization is established and meets regularly.
- Terms of leases coincide with the academic calendar of the University.
- Provision is provided for release from the lease if a change of assignment is necessary because of academic program requirements.
- Leases for the facilities meet the guidelines established by The Organization for Town Independent Students(located at University Park.)
The adjacent housing at Penn State DuBois is the Quads at Penn Meadows, across the street from the campus.
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