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Five tips for UMass students moving off campus

Brilee Weaver, Managing Editor

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Off campus living can offer freedom to students who choose to forego the world of RA’s and dorm rooms ever-present on college campuses. Yet, for all of the positives of off campus living, getting a space outside school boundaries also comes with unique challenges. What do you need to know before you make the leap from Southwest to Brandywine?

Brilee Weaver can be reached at [email protected] Or follow her on Twitter @BPWeaver16.

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