RMstratosphere wrote:I didn't see the option to live with Halibut in a ballin' apartment highlighted in the email from Dani today. Shame on you, admissions.
I didn't receive this email...shame on you admissions. Or shame on me for not being cool
I guess I may have just outed myself. Damn.
Whether you're looking for a one-bedroom studio apartment within walking distance of the Law School or a house to share with classmates or others, Bloomington offers a wide variety of affordable housing options.
From classic, charming rental houses to newly built downtown apartments with the latest amenities, you will have no trouble finding a place to call home. Being a law student in Bloomington offers several perks: many properties offer discounts to graduate students, including security deposit waivers. When searching for housing, be sure to ask if the property owner offers special rates for graduate students.
Attached to this e-mail is a brief guide to some of the housing options most popular with past and current students. Use this document to connect directly to each property?s Web site. Additionally, each property has a student ambassador ready to respond to any questions you might have about a particular property. A few years ago they were just like you: most had no idea where they were going to live during their 1L year. Don't hesitate to contact them!
The properties listed here are just a small sample of the many unique housing options you have to choose from. There are many other resources available to help you find the perfect environment...including hard-copy packets of materials from multiple rental companies that our office can mail to you. Just call if you would like one! Additionally, most properties offer virtual tours and detailed photos and floor plans to help you get a feel for each location. Some popular rental Web sites include:
• Herald-Times Rentals
• Indiana Daily Student Housing Guide
Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you find what you're looking for or if you have questions about specific properties. We want you to feel at home in Bloomington, both inside and outside the Law School.
I look forward to seeing you when visit campus!
Dani Weatherford, JD ?03
Director of Recruitment and Admissions
Indiana University Maurer School of Law
P.S. If you are looking for a roommate, we can help, too! Send advertisements to me via e-mail for posting on You?re Admitted, our admitted student web site, or view the posts from your future classmates.