Housing in Boulder
Most graduate students live within the Boulder city limits. The University's Off-Campus Housing Office provides information on rental housing in the area. That office maintains listings of rooms, houses, and apartments for rent and of persons looking for roommates. Counselors are available to assist students in finding suitable accomodations and advice about the Boulder housing market.
The University maintains a variety of furnished and unfurnished apartments for student families. These are located within easy walking distance of the campus. Applications for family housing should be submitted as early in the year as possible.
Graduate and Family Housing Offers an affordable, convenient, and comfortable living environment that serves the needs of a diverse population of students at CU. There are a variety of apartment styles and locations available for:
- Graduate students
- Committed couples
- Visiting scholars
- Single parents
- CU faculty/staff
- Undergraduate students who are at least 21 years of age or have completed 60 credit hours at time of move-in
Living In Boulder
For information on Boulder, Colorado and all that it has to offer please visit the City of Boulders website: https://bouldercolorado.gov/