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Students study together in one of the many common rooms in Andrews Hall

CU-Boulder offers a choice of 21 residence halls for first-year and upper division students, each with their own distinct programs and amenities. Of special interest to engineering students may be:

Quadrangle Engineering & Science LLC
Located directly west of the College of Engineering and Applied Science, the "Quad" comprises four small residence halls--Aden, Brackett, Crosman, and Cockerell. Besides being a convenient place to live, residents receive additional academic support services through the Quadrangle Living and Learning Community.

Andrews Hall — Engineering Honors RAP
Located in the Kittredge Community, Andrews Hall is home to the Engineering Honors Residential Academic Program, providing an educational experience that matches the abilities and ambitions of some of the very best students at CU.

Williams Village North — Sustainable by Design RAP
The Sustainable by Design Residential Academic Program is hosted by the College of Engineering and offers students the opportunity to live in a creative, sustainable living environment while earning academic credit for their degree.

Kittredge Central – Global Engineering RAP
Located in the Kittredge Community, Kitt Central is home to the Global Engineering Residential Academic Program, providing a  Spanish-language community that focuses on global engineering projects and IT-driven intercultural communications.

> Visit the Housing website for additional options and information on how to apply for a space in the residence halls.

Upper Division and Transfer Students

Upper division and transfer students may choose to live on or off campus.

Campus Residence Halls
Consider living in a centrally located residence hall, where you'll be close to your classes and campus services such as dining, recreation, and the library!

Bear Creek Apartments
The Bear Creek Apartments at CU-Boulder offer a unique community created to support student academic success. Sophomore, junior, senior, transfer, and graduate students are eligible to apply.

Off-Campus Student Services
Looking to settle elsewhere in Boulder? Off-Campus Student Services maintains a list of rooms, houses and apartments for rent in the Boulder area, as well as a list of people seeking roommates.

Important Announcements

CUEngineering is here!
The 2014 edition of CUEngineering magazine is hot off the press! Check it out online.

Graduating this spring?
Get all the critical details about the May 2014 Engineering Recognition Ceremony.

Don't forget summer session!
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