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Sounds like you are looking for a home to rent. Many landlords rent to college students.
If your income alone is not enough to cover the rent, consider getting roommates. If credit is an issue, you can ask your parents to co sign.
Most colleges have listings of rentals. I would check at the student union to see if any rentals are posted.
Keep your head in the books!
I wish you all the best.
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