Ole Miss Off-Campus Housing


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Apartments Near Ole Miss

Rent College Pads is a student-focused marketplace helping college kids, find, compare and decide on Ole Miss apartments. We offer a variety of tools specifically suited to students looking for a place to live near campus. If you’re looking for roommates, check out our Facebook integrated roommate finder where you can see other renters looking for housing. Filter our Ole Miss off-campus housing listings by the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, amenities, pet allowance, and more to help you find the perfect pad!

Finding Ole Miss off-campus student housing has always been a chore. We are fixing that. All of our off-campus housing options have been verified and approved by our diligent team of campus managers. We even follow up with you and the landlord to make sure you have found your perfect house for your next semester. Because there are so many options to consider before making a responsible renting decision, check out our Ole Miss apartments guide below.


Renting Ole Miss Off-Campus Housing

For students looking to live in Ole Miss off-campus student housing, the best time to start looking is during the spring semester. The Ole Miss apartment and housing search peaks in February. If you’re looking to live with a few friends or roommates, it’s a good idea to get moving on finding a place before aFebruary.  

However, if you’re planning on living alone, you have a little more time to find your new home. But just because you have a little more time to find your Ole Miss apartment, doesn’t mean you should take forever to do it. It’s best to have a place on lock down no later than May. Keep in mind that the early bird gets the better apartment. 

Rent Prices in Oxford, MS

Rent prices for Ole Miss off-campus housing is actually pretty affordable. Even if you were planning on living on your own, a studio will only run you on average of $650 per month. However, if you were planning on living in a one-bedroom place, that will be the priciest option available to you.

Now, if you’re not too concerned about sharing groceries, and saving some money sounds like a good idea, you should look into getting a couple roomies. You can save a few hundred dollars every month by living with two or three other people. We aren’t trying to persuade you to live with more people, but just think about all the things that extra cash could go towards that you would have been spending on rent if you lived alone. 

Here’s a breakdown of the average cost of rent per person, per bedroom for Oxford apartments and houses:











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Life at Ole Miss

Students of Ole Miss have access to awesome restaurant options near campus, including quirky, delicious, down-home eateries and fine-wining-and-dining choices. No matter what kind of cuisine you’re craving, you can bet that you’ll be able to find something to satisfy your taste somewhere around Oxford. As for the bar and nightlife scene, there are a ton of great bars in the area that are geared towards supporting both the football team and the college in general, which means that there are great drink specials. The jazz scene is also alive and well in the area, so there are more than a few choices for venues that host live music on a nightly basis. You won’t want to miss any of these top-rated restaurants and bars!


  • Ajax Diner
  • Big Bad Breakfast
  • Soulshine Pizza Factory
  • McEwen’s Oxford
  • Handy Andy


  • The Growler
  • The Blind Pig
  • The Coop
  • The Levee
  • The Library