Sublessor "you have a place to lease"
Sublessee "you are looking for a place to lease"
If you are a resident looking to temporarily lease your apartment or bedroom or are a non-resident hoping to find temporary housing, you have come to the right place!
Eligible residents must be regularly enrolled in a university recognized degree granting program and carry at least twelve (12) units per quarter. Additionally, your university student account must be current and there must be no Holds on your account.
Please consider the following eligibility regulations in order to sublet:
|i.||Academic Year: Sublease agreements may be for a maximum of three quarters. The person you select to sublease your room or apartment must meet all of our housing eligibility requirements as outlined in the Associated Residential Community Housing (ARCH) handbook.|
|a.||Summer: Sublease agreements may be for a maximum of three months. The person you select to sublease your room or apartment must be affiliated with UC San Diego and provide proof of their affiliation. Summer affiliates include visiting graduate students and scholars, Post docs, Researchers, Conference attendees, anyone working on campus during the summer, new incoming grad students, and Fellows. Undergraduate students are not eligible as sublessees|
|ii.||The current resident (sublessor) whenever possible, is responsible for providing key(s), mailbox combination and parking permit(s) to the temporary resident (sublessee).|
|iii.||The temporary resident (sublessee) must pay the rent during the period of the sublease on the first of each month and no later than the fifth of each month at the Central Cashier’s Office. Rent paid should be no more than the amount charged by the University for the apartment. The current resident (sublessor) continues to assume full responsibility for any unpaid rental costs, late fees, and/or damage charges that are assessed during the sublease period.|
|iv.||The temporary resident (sublessee) must comply with all policies and procedures as indicated in the current resident’s (sublessor’s) rental agreement and the ARCH handbook.|
|v.||The current resident (sublessor) is responsible for all personal property left in the apartment during the sublease dates.|