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Graduate Student Housing
Graduate students have two options to live in on-campus apartments close to Fisher's campus.
Space in Fisher Commons is limited and granted on a first come, first serve basis. Contact Fisher's Graduate Programs Office to inquire about living at Fisher Commons.
Housing in the Neil Avenue Building is available to students who are single or living away from spouses and/or children, and are enrolled in a graduate or professional curriculum at The Ohio State University.
The Neil Avenue Building, located on the southern edge of the Columbus campus, is a five story, air-conditioned residence hall for men and women. Single apartments with kitchens and private baths are available. For more information pertaining to on-campus graduate living, or for a housing application, refer to the Office of Residence Life's website.
Student Family Housing
Buckeye Village is a 396-unit apartment complex provided by the university for married students or single parent students with dependent children. Both one- and two-bedroom apartments are available. Buckeye Village is located less than a mile northwest of the center of campus and bus service is available daily via the university bus system. Students seeking family housing are urged to apply at the time they apply for admission to Ohio State.
A request for information about any university sponsored housing may be indicated on the Graduate School Admission Application, or by writing or calling:
Rooming houses, apartments, and homes provide rental housing for many Ohio State students. The Office of Off-Campus Student Services provides information on available rental units as well as offers a roommate referral service.
Office of Off-Campus Student Services