At RocRooms, we offer the type of housing environment that graduate students seek. Over the past year, we’ve received increased interest from graduate students at R.I.T. and U of R because we provide an atmosphere conducive with rigorous university programs.
We have rules against parties and limit the number of guests (5 per home) so that the home remains comfortable for all roommates. Graduate students find peace of mind living with RocRooms because of our rules and communication with tenants.
Many graduate students look for single rooms and live with other students that they have not met before. We can set prospective tenants up with each other’s contact information so that everyone can communicate before making final decisions. Usually roommates get along fine because we have rules that are for everyone’s benefit and easy to follow. If there happens to ever be a problem with a roommate, we encourage communication and have a warning system if rules are not followed.
We also provide you with all furnishings so that you don’t need to move heavy furniture all the way from home to Rochester. You also won’t have to waste your time and money buying new furniture. If there is ever a problem with the home that requires maintenance, simply fill out a maintenance request form online and we will fix it as soon as possible.
We understand that Graduate school is expensive and offer rooms at competitive prices. You can’t find more affordable housing on campus. The average rent for a RocRoom is about $600/month for a 12-month lease. This all-inclusive rent is paid in one easy online, monthly payment and includes all costs: rent, utilities, heat, electric, wireless Internet, cable, laundry, water, cleaning service, lawn maintenance, and snow removal.
Sometimes, problems with housing can be a distraction and we do everything we can to minimize the effort you spend making housing work for you. We do the work so that you don’t have to. We want to make housing simple for students so that you have extra time and energy to focus on you number one priority: education.