While our community caters to Clemson students, you do not have to be a student to qualify for tenancy. For more information regarding community guidelines and rental qualifications, please visit our leasing office or give us a call.
Our properties are conveniently situated near Clemson University and downtown. All of our communities have resident parking and are within walking distance of public transit. Several are also located in the same geographical area just west of College Avenue and north of Highway 28 South, where residents can walk to nearby stores and fast-food restaurants. Contact us to schedule a personal property tour!
Each month you will be charged your base rent, your unit specific sub-metered water and electric usage (there is no minimum charge, you only pay for what you use), $5 for trash, $5 for pest control, and $20 for WiFi. There is a $5 admin fee for utility billing. Renter's insurance is $14.95 per month.
District at Clemson manages several communities of student housing near Clemson University, including The Farm, The Estate, The Ranch, and The Hideaway. View our floorplan pages to learn more about a particular property that interests you, or contact our leasing staff to ask a specific question. At each of the communities that we oversee, providing excellent service to residents is our #1 goal.
The District at Clemson offers individual contracts so residents can rent housing by the room. Each resident signs an agreement to rent their own student room and shares the living room, kitchen, and other communal areas with roommates. This approach eliminates several of the problems commonly associated with traditional apartment contracts. If one roommate pays late or moves out early and incurs fines, other residents won’t be affected because they have no financial liability for their roommates. Parents who co-sign for their students also appreciate that we rent by-the-bed because these contracts reduce the financial risks for them and their students.
To apply for an apartment, each new resident must complete the online leasing application for their housing community of choice. In some cases, residents are required to have a guarantor co-sign on the lease with them, and their guarantor must complete a leasing application as well. Once the applications are approved, both the new resident and co-signer will receive an email to review and electronically sign the lease. If you do not have a guarantor, please reach out to our office for additional solutions.
Installment payments can be made through your online rent portal and are due on the first (1st) of each month. The District at Clemson allows residents a grace period until 11:59 p.m. on the fifth (5th) to make their payments without penalty. Payments made after that time are considered late and are subject to fines. To avoid missing a payment, we suggest that residents schedule recurring payments on the first of the month.
Interior designs vary from one housing community to the next, but high-quality appliances and fixtures remain a consistent feature at all District properties. Most of our housing units have stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, while select units have washers and dryers, wall-mounted TVs, or smart home features, such as keyless entry. Please note that our units do not come furnished.
The Resident Portal keeps things simple and secure for residents looking to pay their rent, view other account charges, explore their payment history, submit maintenance requests for their off campus housing, and more. To learn more about how the Resident Portal works, get in touch with our office and we’ll be happy to help!
Community amenities are available in several of our housing communities. The Estate Clemson has a cutting-edge fitness center and a beautiful resort-style pool. The Farm features an outdoor fireplace and hangout area. All of our communities also are pet-friendly and have public green spaces or private porches for students to enjoy outdoor activities.
Student Quarters is proud to be an initial member of the College Student Mental Wellness Advocacy Coalition. In partnership with the Hi, How Are you Project, the coalition recently conducted a College Student Mental Wellness Survey to better understand the student experience. With accurate and actionable data in hand, the Hi, How Are You Project and Coalition members will co-create industry wide training programs, connect residents to campus resources for mental health and wellness, and promote ways to manage stress and anxiety in college. If you or someone you know needs help, please reach out. You can find the Clemson University resources here.