The Village at NEOMED, On-Campus Housing
Students are able to live on campus at The Village at NEOMED, a new residential community located on the NEOMED campus that is independently owned and provides the luxury of apartment life on campus.
The Village at NEOMED is open to faculty, staff, research assistants and graduate students as well.
The Office of Enrollment Services publishes a Housing Referral Book each spring an updates it with any additional listings at the end of each month as information becomes available. This guide is not a complete list of all apartment complexes and rooms in the area, but is merely a compilation of places that students have traditionally lived. It is intended as a resource in helping students in their search for convenient housing while attending the Institution.
As of September 2014, new listings (#32 and #33) have been added.
For questions about the Off-Campus Housing Referral Book or to add a rental property to the list, please contact Natalie Milone at email@example.com, 330-325-6570.
*Also check out RotatingRoom.com for possible rentals. This website is a resource for medical students to rent and sublet rooms while doing away rotations. The website is designed specifically for medical students and requires that students register with their neomed.edu email address.
Potential landlords submit housing information to the Office of Enrollment Services. The Housing Directory then receives a major update on an annual basis, with minor updates periodically throughout the year.
The listing of rental units on the Housing Referral website is a service to the local rental property owners and Northeast Ohio Medical University students, faculty and staff. Rental Property owners are responsible for reporting information fairly and accurately, and the Institution cannot guarantee the completeness or accuracy of such information. Inclusion of any property or rental unit on this website does not constitute and shall not be construed or reported as (1) an endorsement or approval by the Institution of the landlord, it's properties, or it's business practices, or (2) a warranty or representation by Institution as to the quality, safety or other features of such property and/or it's owners or management agent(s). The Institution expressly disclaims any and all responsibility for any problems that may arise with regard to such property or rental units or with regard to disputes between landlords and tenants concerning such property or rental units. All prospective tenants are encouraged to exercise their own good judgment when evaluating a prospective rental unit or landlord.
Northeast Ohio Medical University reserves the right to eliminate any local rental property owner from the listing.
The classified ads in local newspapers may provide local housing options:
- Akron Beacon Journal
- Youngstown Vindicator
- Canton Repository
- Record Courier (Kent)
- Aurora Advocate
- Cuyahoga Falls News Press
- Gateway News (Streetsboro)
- Hudson Hub-Times
- Stow Sentry
- Tallmadge Express
- Twinsburg Bulletin
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