RocRooms: The Right Off-Campus Housing Choice for RIT Students
RocRooms' Mentality: A Bit About Us
As an RIT alumnus, RocRooms’ founder created studious living spaces in Henrietta and the City of Rochester
with the mindset of an RIT student. From a single bill for all of your housing-related expenses to easy
our goal is to provide desirable and convenient off-campus housing near RIT.
It can be hard to focus on classwork when you’re prone to procrastination. Our off campus housing is
designed with the high achieving but procrastinating-prone student in mind. Being guaranteed your own
space and a level of quiet that is hard to find, even in on campus housing, can be a few things we can
assist you with to make your academic year a successful one.
We expect housemates to be courteous of the studying needs of others. If you need peace and quiet in your
RIT off campus housing, living with RocRooms is a great solution. Why trust the RIT Housing Connection site,
a spreadsheet lineup of potential roommates whose personalities are largely anonymous, when you can visit
your prospective house and even meet your roommates before you move in?
What Our Residents Think About RocRooms
What our residents think about our properties near RIT
RocRooms knows the momentary panic that sets in when you find your RIT Housing Confirmation is for an
inconvenient housing situation. When students live in RIT housing at the RIT Inn and Racquet Club, they
have the added frustration of depending on unreliable bus systems thanks to parking permit restrictions.
When you begin to look at apartments near RIT, consider our dedication to your comfort in a well-kept home.
Our Most Popular RIT Homes
RocRooms wants our residents to be as close to their universities as possible, and our RIT off campus housing
selection is no different. With none of our RIT-oriented housing being more than 4.5 miles away from campus,
it’s easy to choose affordable, quality housing without having a long commute.
What Sets RocRooms Apart
Read about it here.
Also read our blog articles about The Province
and Park Point.