Housing and Dining

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Housing Options


You can rent a 1, 2, or 3 bedroom apartment in a local complex, and many are only a few minutes from campus. You can search the internet, of course, or use ApartmentFinder.com. You might also consider rent-to-own housing found on sites like RentToOwnLabs.com; these are rentals that you can eventually opt to own which students may find useful to stay in the area or rent out to others.


Sherman College does not have on-campus housing; however, an area local housing is available and includes private owner listings including homes, duplexes, rooms for rent, roommate listings and for sale by owner.
Local Housing Classifieds are provided through the Office of Student Affairs. The listings are free advertisements and supplied for information purposes. The Office of Student Affairs will not be held liable for the results of issues arising from housing selection. Use your best judgment when researching all housing options.


Rental Property Owners: You will be entitled to a 60-day (2-month) posting. At the end of 60 days, the posting must be renewed by submitting a new application.

Dining Options


The college has partnered with AVI Foodsystems to provide a full-service café, as well as a Starbucks coffee program, located on the upper floor of the Gelardi Student Center.

AVI Foodsystems also provides a “Market C” micro market concept in the cafe of the Gelardi Student Center. This concept provides the campus with convenient, self-serving access to fresh sandwiches, salads and platters, hot coffee and tea, bottled beverages, as well as a wide variety of snacks, pastries and much more.


Cribb’s Kitchen-Burgers and Wraps

Wade’s Restaurant– Home-style southern eats

Willy Taco-Mexican Restaurant

Sully’s Steamers– Sandwich Shop

Monsoon Noodle House– Pan-Asian noodle dishes & Bubble Tea 

Initial Q– Social Bar & Smokehouse