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66 apartments for rent in University Of Scranton, PA

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Scranton, PA 18505 Map

(570) 507-7832 Check Availability
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  • $795 - $1,375
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Scranton, PA 18508 Map

(570) 209-9071 Check Availability
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  • $760 - $1,180
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Scranton, PA 18508 Map

(570) 972-2181 Check Availability
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  • $900 - $1,240
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Clarks Summit, PA 18411 Map

(570) 291-5116 Check Availability
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  • $965 - $2,255
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Wilkes Barre, PA 18702 Map

(570) 209-9809 Check Availability
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  • From $1,491
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Plains Township, PA 18702 Map

(570) 795-8018 Check Availability
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  • $830 - $1,400
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Kingston, PA 18704 Map

(570) 338-4084 Check Availability
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  • $980 - $2,136
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Edwardsville, PA 18704 Map

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Rolling hills, a fast-moving brook, a nearby river, and open green space may at first give the impression of a pastoral landscape, but this is the setting for Scranton, a mid-sized city in Northeastern Pennsylvania. This region – which includes the Pocono Mountains – is known for its numerous attractions: casinos, ski resorts, the Electric City Trolley Museum, the Steamtown National Historic Site, the Houdini Museum, and more.

The University of Scranton, a private Jesuit university, was founded in 1888. Located on a bend of the Roaring Brook in downtown Scranton, this university features a beautiful 58-acre campus between the Steamtown National Historic Site and Nay Aug Park Gorge and Waterfall. The university consists of four colleges and offers 61 bachelor’s degree programs and 25 master’s degree programs.

When you search for an apartment near the University of Scranton, be sure to check out Scranton and neighboring Dunmore. Downtown Scranton is a great area filled with shops, pubs, restaurants, and museums. The Hill Section of Scranton features several historic buildings, including the oldest building in the city, the Tripp House, built in 1771.

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