Once you receive your acceptance or think you may be coming to school in Chicago, reach out to StudentSpace immediately.
The first and most important step is to reach out. We are accessible via phone, email, text, skype, etc. We are here to answer your questions about anything ranging from the most common topics such as budget, safety, and public transportation to student life, nearby yoga/boxing classes, or signing a lease without visiting Chicago.
- Graduate students can contact us by telephone, email or by visiting our website. We are here to answer your questions about buildings, prices, transportation, parking, neighborhoods, shopping, dining, student life or anything else!
- Schedule tours to visit properties and see for yourself the great apartments and lifestyles available for you in the city.
- StudentSpace will provide advice for your particular living needs, school locations and budget.
Review your criteria in detail (budget, location, size unit, pets, parking, furniture, etc.)
We intentionally don’t have a search function on our website. The rental marketplace is overcrowded. We specifically work with you to narrow down your options as there is so much discrepancy and inaccurate listings online. We only work with reputable landlords so you know you are getting the best of what you expect and what you pay for!
Tour With StudentSpace
Sounds pretty straight-forward and it is. We work with your schedule so you can visit anytime to visit a bunch of your top choices that we have worked together with you to narrow down for your trip. AND, for those of you that are not able to visit prior to your move-in date, we can help you sign a lease remotely! Itâs a very smooth and easy process that we help approximately 50% of students with each year.
Sign A Lease
It’s really that easy when using our service. The service doesn’t stop there. Since thousands of graduate students reach out to us each year, we are getting more and more referrals from them given our level of service. We are always here to answer any questions during and after your move-in. This can range from setting up utilities, figuring your renter’s insurance out, or just finding the best places to eat nearby