Off-Campus Housing

Off-Campus Student Life (OCSL) offers a variety of programs and opportunities associated with living off campus focused on those who may be renting in or near the St. Thomas campus.

Off-Campus Listings

Off-Campus Student Life maintains a list of off-campus housing listings in the area around the St. Thomas campus. Students can search for properties by a variety of methods. The map feature on each property listing allows students to see the distance from the St. Paul or Minneapolis campus to the property.

Listings are submitted by landlords or property managers and approved for content by OCSL staff. Please note, the University of St. Thomas does not inspect, verify or endorse any rental listings that appear on this list. The appearance of any listing does not indicate any endorsement by the university.

The St. Thomas housing and roommate list is updated each weekday that new information is received. Please contact us at (651) 962-6138 or with any comments, questions or concerns.

Neighborhood Staff

Students living in the neighborhood have a number of resources at St. Thomas; staff in OCSL dedicated to supporting them.

Amy Gage is our staff member focussed on neighborhood relations.  She works with students renting off campus to help them manage their relationships with neighbors, understand community norms around our campus, and problem solve challenges they may encounter.  Amy can be reached at or 651-962-6123

Neighborhood Student Advisors (NSAs) are undergraduate students who work for Off-Campus Student Life to plan and implement programs for the students living in the neighborhoods around St. Thomas. Programs range from cooking classes, financial literacy programs, and meet your neighbor events. To see what programs they have planned, visit our programs page. To contact an NSA, visit our staff page.

Renter Resources

Off-Campus Student Life produces this publication with information about living off campus in a rental situation. It includes information about finding a property, entering into a lease, and tenant rights and responsibilities. For a hard-copy of the publication, visit the OCSS office on the second floor of the Anderson Student Center, ASC 253. To view the information online, as well as have access to sample leases, sub-lease, co-tenant agreements, and other documents, click here.