UIC Students, Faculty & Staff
All individuals with a NetID are able to view up-to-date listings around the Chicagoland area. Users are also able to search for roommates, post listings for rental properties, and subletting. To login, click the NetID Login on the right. If you are still waiting to receive a NetID or are a student at another Chicago school, then you can apply for a temporary account here.Temporary accounts are only allowed to view ads.
Landlords are able to list rental properties through our Off-Campus Housing database. This service is free to use and is an excellent way to connect directly to UIC students. Newly registered landlords can create postings immediately. All postings will be made public upon approval of their account which usually takes between 1 – 3 business days.
If you’re looking to live off campus, you’ll need to know where you want to live, and how you’re going to get your basic needs met. Here you can find services ranging from apartment agencies that will drive you around Chicago to listing sites that will give you the tools to find your own apartment or roommate. Also, don’t forget to check out the hints, tips, and apartment finding resources on the right side of the page. These can be especially useful to people looking for their first apartment or roommate.
Apartment Listing Sites
Rent to Own Homes
UIC Off-Campus Housing
Arc at Old Colony
Utilities & Amenities
RCN – Cable, Internet, and Phone
Comcast – Cable, Internet, and Phone
Direct TV – Satellite, Internet, and Phone
AT&T – Cable, Internet, and Phone
Dish Network – Satellite and Internet
Exede – Satellite Internet
Basic Talk – VOIP Phone Service
Peoples Gas – Natural Gas Company (Additional Peoples Gas Information)
ComEd – Electric Company
CORT – Furniture Rental
AreaVibes – Neighborhood Information
In My Area – Utility and Insurance Information
Off-Campus Housing: What You Need To Know
Local internet providers
All Connect – Utility Information
Real Estate Services
Student Housing Complexes
UIC Commuter Student Resource Center is in no way endorsing or speaking for the quality of the experience of these companies or agencies. Students should navigate companies as an informed consumer and consult other resources and reviews. Students should use reasonable caution when signing with landlords and selecting roommates.