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Louisiana apartments and off campus rentals for college students. 1 bedroom apts, 2 bedroom apts (great for roommates), studios, lofts, duplexes and homes. Search a variety of floor plans, rental rates and leasing options of off-campus housing places including apartments, rooms, condos, duplexes and houses. Maybe you need a cheap apartment because your budget is limited, or it needs to be walking distance from campus because you don't have a car. Whatever your reason you can find your next place today at Campus Rent the apartment finder and college rental site!

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Search our listings and find 1,2,3 and 4 bedroom apartments, 1,2 and more bathrooms, apartments, condos, studios, duplexes, rooms, on campus, off campus, view floor plans, pictures and leasing rates. Find apts close to a college campus, near transportation to campus and with a variety of amenities including air conditioning, business center, cable or satellite, carpet, cats allowed, dogs allowed, ceiling fans, club house, gated access, courtyards, covered parking, disability access, dishwasher, fireplace, fitness center, garbage disposal, hardwood floors, internet access, laundry facility, microwave, patios or balconies, pets allowed, pool, sauna, spa, volleyball, tennis, basketball courts, tile floors, vaulted ceiling, walk in closets, washer dryer hookups, and window coverings.

Louisiana Facts & Figures

Louisiana became the 18th state on April 30, 1812. With its capitol at Baton Rouge. While not obtaining much growth Louisiana lost one US Representative in 2010 down to six (6). It still has a population of over 4.5 million many of whom join the revelry known as Mardi Gras each spring in its more well known city of New Orleans, down on the Mississippi River. There are over 169,000 apartment units in Louisiana the state that calls itself the Pelican State and it has adopted the Magnolia flower, the Bald Cypress tree, the Eastern Brown Pelican and Gumbo as its state icons.