Moving off-campus is a rite of passage for most students – another step on their road to independence. At The Landing in Greenville, our goal is to make that transition as easy as possible for you and your child by providing outstanding student housing.
The Landing offers both professional on-site management and 24-hour on-site maintenance.
Our local executive director is supported by skilled and experienced teams focused on resident services, maintenance, and residential life. Your child can seek assistance at any time by meeting in person with the office team members or by filling out a quick and easy work request online.
At our East Carolina University apartments, we offer individual leases by the bedroom, not the unit. You and your child are only responsible for paying your rent, even if your roommate graduates or transfers.
As a part of the lease agreement, The Landing requires each student to have a Guarantor --- a person 25 years of age or older who is a resident of the U.S. that will vouch for the financial responsibility of the lease. If a Guarantor is not available, you can qualify through the LEAP Program which will act as an institutional co-signer for you.
Moving your child out on their own can be expensive. We try to ease that financial burden with our all-inclusive living. We support families with many student-friendly amenities that are free and included in the overall rent. There is no additional cost for:
The safety and security of residents is our number one priority at The Landing. We offer secured windows, keyed apartment and bedroom doors, on-site courtesy officers, and on-call Community Assistants.
We're proud to offer our community a vibrant residential life program focused on social, physical, charitable and educational activities. Our residents are active participants in a variety of monthly resident events hosted by our dedicated team of community assistants and managers. Residents will make new friends and create long-lasting memories while enjoying movies by the pool, volleyball tournaments, and a multitude of other social and academic events.
Every year, many students hope for the opportunity to become a The Landing Community Assistant (CA). CAs are assigned to groups of residents and offer peer guidance and support during a student’s transition to off-campus housing. CAs contact residents weekly and assist them with everything from how to use appliances to roommate problem-solving.
The Landing hires approximately 12 CAs a year who are paid at an hourly rate. The CA position provides students with valuable resume-building experience through their work as a community leader, problem solver, event planner, sales associate and friend.
The Landing is owned by Pierce Education Properties, a San Diego-based owner, manager and developer of student housing and education-based real estate. Pierce owns and manages a national portfolio of approximately 12,500 beds of upscale, purpose-built, off-campus student apartment communities serving students and universities throughout the U.S.