Only for students.
Experience the desirable luxury apartment homes that Franciscan of Arlington has to offer! Our elegant apartments in Arlington, Texasprovide carefree living with the most extraordinary of amenities. Each floorplan caters to your individualized needs; we offer a one, two, and three-bedroom apartment homes to fit a variety of budgets. Whether you are enjoying apartment features such as our stainless steel appliances, over-sized walk-in closets, and plush carpeting, or community features like our two waterscape pools and Jacuzzi, resident coffee bar, and state-of-the-art fitness centre.
The Franciscan of Arlington student accommodationdelivers the utmost satisfaction for anyone's expectations! The Franciscan of Arlington allows you to experience the diverse culinary scene of the city as well as the wide range of shopping opportunities conveniently located a mere minute from your new home. Only 20 minutes outside of Fort Worth, The Franciscan of Arlington is a dream for commuters or anyone who frequents the city. For sports fanatics, AT&T Stadium and Globe Life Park are only a 15-minute drive away. Lake Arlington is also nearby, offering many recreational opportunities like fishing, canoeing, and boating: a dream for any outdoorsman!
Swimming Pool, Fitness Center, Picnic Area, Club House, Spa/Jacuzzi, Cinema Room, Access Gates, Fenced Community, Business Center, Laundry Rooms, Valet Trash Service, Dog Walk Trail, Microwave, Dishwasher, Pantry, Refrigerator, Walk-in Closet, Patio, Outside Storage, Garden Tubs, Fireplace, Wood Floors, Laminate Floors, Alarm System, Ceiling Fans
Pet policy type: Cats and dogs
Maximum number of dogs: 2
Pet deposit fee min: $200
Pet monthly rent min: $10
Pet policy fee min: $200
Valet Trash Service
24-Hour Clothing Care Center
Preferred Employer & Military Discounts
HDTV Media Room
Exclusive Internet Cafe
BBQ Grills & Picnic Area
Pet Friendly Environment
Covered Parking Available
Social Activities for Residents
Two Waterscape Pools
State-of-the-Art Fitness Center with Free Weights
Plank Flooring Throughout
Room Amenities: Bed, Bedside table
Room Amenities: Bed, Bedside table
Room Amenities: Bed, Bedside table
How does room selection work?
<p>Rooms are assigned on a first come, first served basis depending on your room type. They cannot guarantee views, floor numbers, closeness to elevators, etc.; however, if you have any special requests, please let us know and They will do our best to accommodate. If you reserved your room directly with your school/company, they will handle all pairing and room allocation.</p>
What is included with the room? Amenities? What does they provide and what do I need to bring?
<p>The room rate includes all utilities (water sewer gas, electric, trash, high-speed wifi, , AC/heat), a fully furnished room (twin bed, desk, dresser or closet, desk with chair), and communal study and kitchen areas. </p>
What are the dates I can make a reservation / sign a lease?
<p>Residents may book by semester, quarter, 3, 6, 9 and 12 month intervals.</p>
What are the eligibility requirements of booking?
<p>To be eligible to rent a room in the residencies, the applicant must be able to certify either (a) that they are currently enrolled as a student and are taking one or more courses, or (b) if the applicant is not taking classes during the semester, the applicant both (i) is registered to take classes in the following semester, and (ii) is working at an internship that provides beneficial learning.</p>
How long is the lease term?
<p>Unless otherwise stated, our leases are for twelve (12) months.</p>
How are they going to pay rent?
<p>Everyone on the lease will be able to pay online via our resident portal. Upon move in, leaseholders will receive his or her login information and instructions on how to access the resident portal.</p>
How long does the approval process take?
<p>After submitting your application, which should take about five minutes, you will hear back from us within 2-4 business days during normal business hours.</p>
What documents will you need from me?
<p>If you are an employed US citizen, they will need a copy of your current government-issued ID, your signed letter of employment, thirty days (4 weeks) worth of recent pay stubs, and your two most recent bank statements. If you're an international student, well need your current government-issued ID or passport, Form I-20, and some qualifying documents from your Responsible Party.</p>
Am I liable as a guarantor after my son or daughter leaves but their roommates stay behind?
<p>Yes! The personal guaranty remains in effect until ALL residents vacate and the apartment is surrendered empty and free of everyone. This means that you could be held financially liable for persons that you did not intend to personally guaranty when you signed the guarantor agreement.</p>
Will my daughter/son and I get a separate lease from the others in our group?
<p>No, there is one lease for each home. All applicants will sign the same lease and have joint and several liability. they treat student leases the same as they do any lease.</p>
What are the minimum Guarantor requirements that the property would typically accept?
<p>If you have a FICO score, the minimum score is 630, and if employed, the minimum total annual income accepted is 3 times the monthly rent. Your income can also include liquid assets. Please contact your leasing agent for more details.</p>
The person I am guaranteeing for does not have credit. Do you still need to screen them?
<p>To be fair, firm, and consistent they run the same screening on everyone the age of 18+ who applies to live here. If you are going to be an occupant or guarantor of one of our homes, they will run a screening that may include credit and rental background.</p>
I’m an international traveler, expat, or foreign student. Can I still be approved?
<p>Yes, prospective renters with no US credit score are eligible for lease coverage. If you are an international student, you'll most likely need a Responsible Party to apply. A Responsible Party is a well-qualified associated guarantor that makes 3 times the monthly rent in total annual income. This individual does not need to be in the US, and their income and liquid assets do not need to be in US dollars.</p>
I am going to be a Guarantor for one of the applicants; will I have to pay the USD 43.50 fee as well?
<p>Yes, they run a screening on every applicant, both guarantors and occupants. These are separate screenings for each person.</p>
What should I bring to my new apartment?
<p>While the furniture and appliances are included, below is a guide to help you with the personal belongings that you will need to provide: COMMON AREA : Electronics and corresponding cords/adapters, dcor, trash can, trash bags, pots and pans, plates, cups, eating/serving utensils, coffee maker. Cleaning/disinfecting supplies, dishwasher detergent, laundry detergent, etc. BEDROOM : Linens, pillows, mattress pad, towels, toiletries, shower hooks and curtain, trash can, dcor, electronics and corresponding cords/adapters, and anything else that makes you feel at home.</p>
What if I need something repaired in my apartment?
<p>Onsite, professional maintenance team would be happy to help you. They will need some details so be prepared to provide specifics with your requests. You may submit a service request in the following ways: Option 1: Enter a service request through the online resident portal. Option 2: Email your request to your community and a team member will enter a service request on your behalf. Option 3: Visit or call the office during normal business hours and a team member will be happy to enter your service request. If it is after business hours, you are welcome to leave a message with an after-hours representative. For Emergency Requests: A maintenance team member is on call 24/7 for emergency maintenance needs (i.e. door/window lock issues, major leaks, plumbing, no heat or AC during weather extremes, refrigerator not cooling, no electricity/gas/water, etc.). Please CALL the office at any time. If after business hours, an operator will assist you.</p>
How do I pay my rent and when is it due?
<p>Rent is due the first of each month and may be paid online by ACH, debit or credit card through the resident portal or by check or money order at the leasing office. NO CASH ACCEPTED. Convenience fees may be charged for online payments. Late fees vary by property. Refer to your Housing Contract for more information.</p>
What does Individual Leasing mean?
<p>Each resident signs their own lease for their specific bedroom. So, if a roommate moves out, the other residents are not responsible for that persons rent. Please note that common areas are a shared space.</p>