With 4,350 students enrolled at Penn State Behrend and nearly 1,700 living on-campus, there is a strong need to provide our college community with off-campus housing alternatives. We have partnered with BrainWebs Housing Registry System to provide both landlords and tenants easy access to information regarding off-campus housing.
For students with a current on-campus contract, it is strongly encouraged to first request a release from this contract before signing a lease with an off-campus landlord.
Behrend students, faculty and staff may now search on-line for available rental properties near the campus. Using the on-line system tenants may also subscribe to a "wait list" which will send an immediate notification as new properties are listed, thus keeping you up-to date on available rental units. Please note: Although the Division of Student Affairs facilitates the sharing of information regarding living units, off-campus dwellings have not been inspected by Penn State Behrend, and the college does not take responsibility for the facilities listed.
Off-Campus Housing Resource Manual (Word)/PDF
This manual provides helpful information regarding the choice of a dwelling, the signing of a lease, your rights and responsibilities as a tenant, or any number of other issues pertaining to rentals in Pennsylvania.The legal information contained here is offered in summary form and is intended to serve as a general guide to students renting in Pennsylvania. It is not intended as a substitute for professional advise and/or counseling from an attorney.
Post rental properties
Landlords and agents may now list, maintain, and remove rental offerings directly through BrainWebs. Rental properties may be listed for a period of 30 days before renewal is required. This keeps rental information up-to-date for potential tenants.
Andrea Myers, Office of Student Activities
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sponsored by: Penn State Behrend Student Government Association and the Student Activity Fee.