Housing Options

ECPI University Student Housing in Coastal Virginia

Coastal Virginia – A great place to live.  An even greater place to go to school.

Off-campus housing makes an education accessible to students from outside of the Coastal Virginia area.

The goal of student housing services is to provide safe, maintained, and cost effective rooming options so students can focus solely on their education.  Student housing offers a strong sense of community by surrounding you with likeminded individuals who share similar career goals.

Typical off-campus housing includes a furnished two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in a quiet community located near restaurants, gas stations, grocery stores, shops and most importantly campus. The apartment can accommodate up to four students at a time.  Every community includes a swimming pool and fitness center. Housing fees include utilities (excessive usage fees may apply) and internet access!

A Housing Representative is available to assist you with your application and answer any questions you may have about different housing options. Student Housing and Student Services maintain office hours to assist with roommate matters, maintenance items, or facilitate apartment transfers.

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Typical Student Housing Apartment Example

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Apartment Communities

Waterfront Apartments

1431 Bayhead Dr. Virginia Beach Va. 23456
Phone: 757- 468-4507 | Website | Map Link

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Runaway Bay Apartments

100 Runaway Bay Dr., Virginia Beach, Va. 23452
Phone: 757-340-7941 | Website | Map Link

Runaway Bay Apartments exterior view

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Park Crescent Apartments

6450 Crescent Way, Norfolk, VA 23513
Phone: 757-855-7275 | Website | Map Link

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Greenwich Village

5305 Bleecker St, Virginia Beach Va. 23462
Phone: 757-490-0140 | Website | Map Link

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Hunters Mill Apartments

397 Brixton Dr. Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
Phone: 757- 456-9300 | Website | Map Link

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Housing Complexes

Student Housing is designed to accommodate four (4) students of the same sex per two (2) bedroom two (2) bath apartment.

All apartments come furnished with:

Sofa, chair or love seat, coffee and side tables, lamps, four (4) twin beds, two (2) large or four (4) small dressers, nightstands, dining room table with four (4) chairs. Apartments will also have a washer/dryer, community pool and a community fitness center.

The Housing fee covers Rent, utilities (electric) up to $110.00 (overages to be paid by students equally), internet and Furniture rental.

Online Payment

To make a payment, please click here: https://payments.ecpi.edu/

Eligibility & Housing Policies

Student Eligibility

To be eligible for student housing, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Unmarried.
  • Has lived more than 50 miles from campus for at least 1 year prior to their program start date.  (Students from the Eastern Shore are considered eligible for student housing.)
  • Pass a background check with no history of felonies or drug-related infractions. Misdemeanors (not drug related) will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
  • Agree to abide by all student-housing policies, rules and procedures.

FAQ

Is transportation available?

Transportation is not provided to campuses from student housing. A vehicle is strongly suggested but not mandatory. Bus service through Hampton Roads Transit (www.hrt.com) is very affordable and convenient to student housing, campuses, and area attractions.

Can I choose my roommate?

Yes, you can request a roommate by listing their name/s on your application. Special requests are based on availability and a first come, first served basis so it is important that all parties involved complete the application as soon as possible.

Can I bring my pet?

No pets are allowed.

What if I don’t like my roommate?

If you feel that you cannot resolve an issue with a current roommate, Student Services or Student Housing will be happy to mediate to help come to a resolution. If this does not help, you can request a move to another apartment.

What do I need to bring?

Be prepared to bring utensils, pots and pans, dishes and glassware; Household supplies--light bulbs, cleaning supplies, toilet paper, etc.; Linens for a single (Twin regular) bed, pillows and coverlets, shower curtain, bath mat and towels. The bedrooms will have two (2) single beds, one nightstand in each bedroom, and either one dresser or 2 chests of drawers.

Am I eligible for student housing?

To be eligible for student housing, students must meet the following criteria:

  1. Unmarried.
  2. Has lived more than 50 miles from campus for at least 1 year prior to their program start date. (Students from the Eastern Shore are considered eligible for student housing.)
  3. Pass a background check with no history of felonies or drug-related infractions. Misdemeanors (not drug related) will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Will all of my roommates be students? Can I request to room with a non-student?

All occupants of student housing must be active students at the schools they are attending.

Are storage areas available?

Storage closets are in most apartments. We highly recommend not bringing too many items. Remember, this is student housing and only temporary.

How far is the student-housing complex from campus?

The apartment communities are anywhere from .5 miles to 8 miles from campus.

Does the living area come with standard appliances?

Each apartment used for student housing has a full kitchen with stove, microwave and dishwasher and a full sized Washer and Dryer.

How long can I stay in student housing?

For as long as you are an active student and meet the qualifications for student housing.

Can I request a tour of the apartment?

An apartment is normally available to view on Campus Discovery Days and Open Houses.

Are bicycle racks available?

Most apartment communities have bicycle racks or areas where bicycles can be secured.

Do you have co-ed apartments?

No, we currently do not offer co-ed apartments

What happens if a roommate decides to move out?

This will not affect you at all. All apartments are for accommodating 4 students, your price will remain the same regardless of the number of students remaining in the apartment. There may be occasions when students are asked to relocate to another apartment in order to maintain a minimum occupancy level of three students.

Can I have guests?

You can, however guest hours are limited. Guest hours are limited from 10:00 AM until 10:00 PM.

Is parking available? If so, how many parking permits do I get?

Parking is available. Some apartment communities issue parking passes when you check-in with the rental office. You will be allowed only 1 parking pass if needed or available.

What are some security features of the complex?

After hours, private security companies are utilized in patrolling the properties.

Where can I do my laundry?

Each apartment has a full size washer and dryer in the apartment

Can I decorate?

You can decorate, but we request that you be considerate of your roommates and only decorate the common areas (living room, kitchen, hallways) with moderate and restrained decorations.

Is housing closed during holiday breaks?

Housing apartments are available for occupancy as long as you are assigned to student housing, even over holiday breaks.

Whom do I contact if something is broken and needs to be fixed?

If it is part of the apartment, i.e. appliances, plumbing, windows, doors, and then you can report it to the management office at your apartment complex. If it is furniture, you can report it to the Housing office.

Will I receive a separate bill for housing?

Student Housing charges are separate from your tuition charges. However, housing payments are typically made through the college in which you are enrolled. Your financial advisor will be able to work with you to determine best possible options for you to pay for your education expenses, including student housing.

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