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    Two Bedroom Apartments| Tuscaloosa, AL

    2 Bedroom

    If you are looking for an apartment to share with your best friend, want an extra bedroom or living space, you can easily find two-bedroom apartments near UA campus in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The University of Alabama serves more than 38,000 students (about twice the seating capacity of Madison Square Garden) and offers many different apartment styles with the prefect amenities and features right next to campus or within a 5-mile radius from campus. Not sure what size or layout you are looking for? Here are things you should consider and additional tips when looking for 2-bedroom apartments near Bama.

    Things to Consider about UA 2-bedrooms

    First, let us talk about rent. Most student housing apartments are cheaper when sharing a space with another person or more people. When it comes to splitting the rent, one of the benefits to living in most off-campus UA housing options that offer apartments with individual leases is each person is responsible for their part of the rent and will not be affected if the other person is behind on payments. Renting an apartment requires you to sign a lease. Most UA apartments have 12-month leases; however, you can find apartments with six months leases

    If you do not have anyone to move in with, you would be paired with another college student. Most of the apartments are Bama give you the option to pair with other UA college students with roommate matching. You will be able to fill out a roommate preference questionnaire when applying for your ideal apartment. Your new roommate could potentially become your new friend that you can create new memories with and a roommate for the rest of your college experience. 

    The layout and the size of your apartment is everything when looking for an apartment. You will be able to find two-bedroom apartments near Bama where you have your own room, closet space, and bathroom. The area of Tuscaloosa is popular among renters, especially college students. You will be able to find any layout and size that is perfect for you.

    You will be sharing the common areas with your roommate. Sharing a living space with someone also requires sharing responsibilities. It is important to set rules and have discussions on the use of the common areas, especially the kitchen and the living room to avoid future conflicts.

    Living with Roommates in a 2 Bedroom Apartment

    Once you get your assigned roommate, you will be able to contact them. If you are rooming with someone you have never met, reach out to them before officially moving in. This is a wonderful way to break the ice and become familiar with them. Have a conversation about what you all are bringing and if you want to share things like kitchenware. Reach out to collaborate on décor and colors for your shared living spaces so you both feel at home and comfortable. 

    Lastly, create a list of responsibilities for you and your roommate to follow. Having a calendar in the living room and writing down who does what can help you and your roommate stay organized and maintain cleanliness.

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