University of Alaska Anchorage Off Campus Apartments

University of Alaska Anchorage Off Campus Apartments

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Wildlife/College Life

Nestled in the heart of—surprise!—Anchorage, the University of Alaska Anchorage is surrounded by beautiful lakes, ponds, and wildlife. This four-year university, the largest in the state, is as excited about education as a beaver would be about his own lumberyard. 88% of those surveyed by College Prowler said the school’s professors possess above average knowledge—and that’s for a professor. Whatever major you decide on, you’re sure to make plenty of friends; the University of Alaska Anchorage enrolls approximately 16,500 eager-to-learn students. You’ll be so proud to be a Seawolf you’ll be rocking green packs in no time. Just keep the wildlife out of your new place, because “my woodchuck ate my homework” just never works.

Housing With Personality

One of the most popular majors at the University of Alaska Anchorage is psychology. Whether you need a quiet place to study the human mind or just one devoid of mind-numbing icebreaking activities, off-campus housing is the way to go. Not only do apartments offer affordability and freedom, but…well, do you really need another reason? Around the UAA campus, you’ll find multi-unit complexes waiting for your lease-grubbing fingers. Apartments in the area offer up to three bedrooms, so you’ll have plenty of behavior to study (e.g. impromptu sing-alongs, bickering over the last frozen burrito, etc.) with a couple of roommates. Take a look at our apartment hunting guide to avoid moving in with roommates prone to late night wrestling matches.

Off-Campus Catharsis

The Alvin S. Okeson Library is a fantastic resource, but not exactly the right venue for letting loose on Friday night. Luckily, there’s plenty of great places to visit around the campus where screaming 80s songs at the top of your lungs won’t make everyone hate you. If you don’t have a car, hop on the People Mover (free if you flash your student ID) and make your way around town. An evening out at The Peanut Farm Sports Bar & Grill is the perfect antidote to last night’s last-minute term paper writing. If ramen isn’t your idea of a satisfying meal, stop by Uncle Joe’s Pizzeria for a slice. You’ll never run out of fun things to do off campus (unless you get kicked out of every place for singing off-key renditions of Celine Dion tunes.)

Average Apartment Rent in Anchorage

# Bedrooms Jul Jun May 3 Month % change
Studio N/A N/A N/A 0%
1 Bed $1,471 $1,471 $1,418 3.7%
2 Bed N/A $1,558 $1,558 0%
3 Bed N/A $1,150 $2,025 0%

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1BR/1.0BA in 415 N Bragaw Street

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3BR/1.0BA in 5412 E 22nd Avenue

3BR/1.0BA in 5412 E 22nd Avenue

Anchorage, Alaska, 99508

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2BR/1.0BA in 3200 Latouche Street

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1BR/1.0BA in 1523 Kinnikinnick Street

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5300 E 4th Ave Unit 112, Anchorage

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