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On-Campus Housing Options for Graduate Students

Graduate & Family Housing: for graduate students, families, committed couples, single parents and CU faculty and staff, the university maintains furnished and unfurnished one-, two-, or three-bedroom apartments a short walk from campus. A limited number of efficiency or studio apartments are available to single graduate students who are 21 or older. Prices here are less expensive than in the Boulder community. Eligible applicants must be registered as full-time students. Only students and members of their immediate families may reside here. These apartment complexes offer onsite laundry facilities, playgrounds, and access to the day care center for housing residents. Nearby shopping is accessible by walking or city bus. To get on a waiting list, apply early through the Family Housing Office.

Off-Campus Housing

Most graduate students typically live in one of the many apartments, condominiums, or houses in Boulder. Check out popular Boulder Student Neighborhoods!

  • Off-Campus Student Services (a service of UCSU) maintains listings of rooms, houses, and apartments for rent in the Boulder community. Students can also schedule an appointment with a lawyer on Tuesdays or Fridays to discuss rental concerns. You can also find Off-Campus Student Services on Facebook for regular updates about the housing fair and new postings on Ralphie's List.
  • Ralphie's List has over 200 property ads for you to search through. There are also message boards to help you locate other graduate student roommates, carpools, and furniture. If you are looking to buy property, be sure to check out the For Sale section. Just log in with your CU username!
  • Bear Creek Apartments at Williams Village provides fully furnished apartments and community amenities to undergraduate and graduate students. A majority of the residents are sophomores and juniors with a few seniors and graduate students. Graduate students will not be placed together unless they request roommates during the application process. Residents are matched by lifestyle and personality criteria only. A few one-bedroom and efficiency apartments are available.
  • Housing Helpers is a relocation company that can help you find roommates, apartments, and homes in the Boulder area for FREE. Housing Helpers is especially helpful for those students moving to Colorado for the first time and can assist in searching for housing.

    Boulder County and North Metro Denver
    2865 Baseline Rd.
    Boulder, CO 80303
    Toll-free 1-800-795-5937
    Local Phone 303-545-6000
    Fax 303-545-9405
    Boulderinfo@housinghelpers.com

  • Boulder’s Craigslist offers a list of available rooms, apartments, and houses, as well as those seeking roommates.
  • Boulder Property Management is the “Largest and Number One Property Management Company in Boulder” and is located at the southeast corner of 28th Street and Colorado, directly across from the University of Colorado.

    Boulder Property Management
    1100 28th ST
    SUITE 100
    Boulder, CO 80303
    Tel: 303-473-9559
    Fax: 303-473-9614
    information@bpmco.com