Many students choose to live with a roommate for financial, social, or other reasons. Before you start searching for a roommate, review the information below to determine what qualities you are looking for in a roommate and if having a roommate will work for you.
The Office of Residence Life maintains a Roommate Networking Database where you can browse for roommates. This service is available only to USF students and is free of charge.
USF Roommate Search
Some additional resources you can use to find a roommate include:
One of the first steps to finding a roommate that is right for you is to determine your own style of living and compare it to the style of living of your potential roommate. Have an open conversation with your potential roommate to get to know each other better and share lifestyle preferences. Below is a list of a few questions to ask each other:
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