From cash flow to keggers, many landlords may have a host of concerns about renting to college students. With the new school season fast approaching, the question arises: can a landlord refuse to rent to these (oftentimes) young tenants? The answer isn’t as clear cut as one might anticipate. Ultimately, it depends. Long story short, a landlord may not unlawfully discriminate against a college student in an arbitrary manner, or on the basis of the college student being a member of a protected group. The landlord must be able to establish that he has a legitimate, nondiscriminatory justification for his decision, which he has applied equally. We discuss this further below.