Off-Campus Housing - Services Offered

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Services Offered

  • Advocacy and support for Cal Poly Humboldt students seeking off-campus housing

  • Up-to-date list of local property managers and independent landlords in the greater Humboldt area

  • One-on-one meetings and consultation from housing liaison about rental processes, housing market themes, and all things off-campus housing

  • Virtual consultation through email, Zoom, and phone on a case-by-case basis (Consultation occurs primarily in-person)

  • Student housing needs assessment and planning services

  • Up-to-date information on landlord-tenant rights, responsibilities, and relationships

  • Virtual property showings and liaison services for out-of-area students seeking off-campus housing in Humboldt (*dependent upon landlord/property management policies on pre-lease viewing*)

  • Educational materials for students and community partners related to off-campus housing solutions for Cal Poly students

  • Information sessions and presentations about off-campus housing in Humboldt for Cal Poly Humboldt classes, university departments, and student clubs and organizations

  • Referrals for campus and community services related to off-campus living

  • Off-Campus rental listings newsletter updated weekly

  • Tips and tricks for protecting personal information and avoiding scams online while looking for rentals

  • Mediation for roommate, tenant, and landlord conflict

Off-Campus Housing Coordinator

Amanda Masse, the Off-Campus Housing Coordinator, can help you with off-campus housing questions and resources.

• No Hate Zone - All are welcome
• LGBTQ Friendly
• Se habla español
• Nolo Press Tenant Rights Landlord  resources

Make an Appointment
with Amanda

You can also reach Amanda at 707.826.5509 or by email to

The Off-Campus Housing Coordinator is a key member of the Housing and Residence Life staff with responsibilities in three general areas including: (1) helping current students transition from the on-campus to off-campus housing market, (2) working with students and community members to develop connections and advocate for the housing needs of students, and (3) work with property managers and landlords to create greater access to housing for students.  This position reports to the Director of Housing and Residence Life.