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If an applicant is under the age of 19 on the date the application is submitted, a parent or guardian over the age of 19 must sign as the lease holder on their behalf.
Please be aware that accommodations are limited and are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. When a Lease Agreement is signed – the application does not reserve your space. If you need assistance or have questions during the leasing process, please contact our leasing office at 334.451.3201.Contact Us
Step 1: Submit an application, online or in person, to the leasing office with the parent’s or guarantor’s information, with the exception of the “Roommate Profile.” Complete the “Roommate Profile” with the underage applicant’s personal preferences.
Step 2: Sign, initial, and date each page of the lease contract with the parent’s or guarantor’s information.
Step 3: Complete and sign the Guarantor Leasing Agreement.
Step 4: Submit a request to the leasing office for the underage applicant to be added to the lease as a “child occupant.”
*Once the resident turns 19, contact the office to update the lease agreement.