Parents with Young Adults Living Off Campus

It makes sense that while students navigate this exciting period of their lives, you often take care of the demanding details for your young adult. Here at Timbercreek Communities, both you and your post-secondary-aged student can find off-campus housing in apartments close to campus. We aim to make it easy for parents and students to research neighborhoods, amenities, rental rates, and lifestyles at our communities.

When apartment hunting, many college students are focused solely on finding a place that is near campus and close to their friends. We understand as a parent you want to dig a little deeper before putting their stamp of approval on your son or daughter's new home away from home. Parents have concerns about safety and security, and the reputation of the landlord.

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A home away from home

It can be challenging to find the perfect home away from home for your student. Creating a community environment for our residents is our number one priority. We make the necessary changes to make sure your student is comfortable and happy at our community.

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A great start for school success

In our communities we know how important it is to you and your student that a learning environment is protected where they live. We work with all residents to ensure that they respect their neighbours and a peaceful environment is maintained. Many of our communities are located close to campus reducing the commute and leaving more time for studies.

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A place for peace of mind

We know you have many things to worry about when your student is moving away from home but their living situation shouldn't be one of them! With on-site professional management and maintenance, we're always available to address your student's needs.


  • Should parents be concerned about safety at off-campus housing?

  • What are some safety tips that parents can share with students while they are living off-campus?

  • What calendar dates do parents and students need to be aware of?

  • If parents want to be involved in their son/daughter's college years, but don't want to be overbearing, what are some options?

  • What are some items that parents can put in care packages to send to their children at school?

  • Should students moving into off-campus housing get tenant's insurance?

  • What are some tips parents can give students who are considering entering a lease?

  • What money management tips should parents share with their college students?

  • What are my responsibilities and liabilities as a guarantor or co-signer?

We're here to help!

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