FAQ

What is FOUND Study?


FOUND Study manages several dormitory & apartment style student and intern housing facilities nationwide. If you are a college student, working an internship, or a young professional, you are eligible to live at FOUND.




Who can live at Found Study?


To be eligible to live with FOUND, the applicant must be able to certify either (a) that they are currently enrolled as a student and are taking one or more courses, or (b) if the applicant is not taking classes during the semester, the applicant both (i) is registered to take classes in the following semester, and (ii) is working at an internship that provides beneficial learning.




What are the dates I can make a reservation / sign a lease?


Residents may book by semester, quarter, 3, 6, 9 and 12 month intervals.

To view availability, go to the residence you are interested in, and look for the semester options in the Rooms & Rates section.




What is included with the room? Amenities? What does FOUND provide and what do I need to bring?


The room rate includes all utilities (water sewer gas, electric, trash, wifi, AC/heat), a fully furnished room (twin bed, desk, dresser or closet, desk with chair), and communal study and kitchen areas. To learn more please fill out our form here.





How much does it cost to live at FOUND?


To view availability, go to the residence you are interested in and look for the semester options in the Rooms & Pricing section or fill out our LEARN MORE form for more information.





How does room selection work?


Rooms are assigned on a first come, first served basis depending on your room type. We cannot guarantee views, floor numbers, closeness to elevators, etc.; however, if you have any special requests, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate. If you reserved your room directly with your school/company, they will handle all pairing and room allocation.





Does FOUND study offer meal plans / food service?


Since FOUND is not on-campus housing, we do not offer meal plans. However, all of our facilities offer in suite or communal kitchens for residential use.





Where can I apply?


You can call us at (866) 341-2818 or fill out our Learn More form to start your application process.





What is a Guarantor? Who can be one?


A guarantor is a person over the age of 21, usually a parent, who agrees to be responsible if you are ever unable to fulfill the financial obligations of your housing agreement. If you can't get a parent to be a guarantor, the next best bet would be a relative or friend.






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