Frequently Asked Questions
The primary purpose of the Co-op house, the Co-op loft, and the Co-op plex is to assist university students who require short-term housing while actively working with businesses in the Fox Valley area.

These three homes provide a fun and unique housing alternative where students can live independently with other students.


What personal things do I need to bring?
The homes are completely furnished with all major furnishings, cooking utensils and kitchen items are also provided. The only items you will need are your own bedding (sheets, pillows, blankets), and bath towels.
Is there a lease I have to sign?
There is no lease however; there is a rental agreement that covers the rules and terms around being a short term co-renter. It is not designed to lock-in any specific time period; rather rent is based on a month by month obligation.
Is there any security deposit required?
Yes there is a security deposit of $150 required to hold your reservation, or prior to moving in. This deposit will be returned to you upon your moving out; assuming responsibilities are met.
Is there a place for me to park my car?
Yes, off street parking is available to all co-renters. The neighborhoods are very safe and secure, and I have never heard of any problems.
When is rent due?
Rent is required to be paid in advance on or before the fifth working day of each month. Partial months moving in and moving out can be paid at daily rate.
Is there a place for me to do laundry?
Yes, free use of the washer and dryer are provided for the renters, at all 3 locations.
Can I somehow connect my computer to the internet?
Yes, Road Runner high-speed internet access is provided in all locations.
Are there any utilities I will need to pay?
No, all utilities are included as part of the monthly rent. This includes water, sewer, electric, heating/air-conditioning, cable TV, and high-speed internet.
Are pets allowed?
Sorry as much as we love pets they are not allowed in the house.
May I have an overnight or weekend guest?
We request that the number of people living in the home equal the number of people holding a rental agreement. However, this does not mean that we would limit your wish to have visitors on the premises and reasonable overnight guests.