Graduate Family Housing leases are still in effect. If you would like to move out of your apartment, you will need to follow the contract and give 45 days notice. If you move out but would like to live at Graduate Family Housing next year, you would need to reapply and would be placed on the waitlist for an apartment.
Yes. CU is not asking students to leave Boulder. Students may remain in their off-campus apartment or house. We encourage our students to evaluate options and make decisions that are best for their personal situation.
Campus remains open at this time. Off-Campus Housing and Neighborhood Relations will continue to support you. If you need assistance, call 303-492-7053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Programming and services may continue, but will be altered to minimize large gatherings.
If you decide that you would like to leave your apartment or house, we strongly recommend that you begin to communicate with your leasing agency or landlord to determine, what, if anything can be negotiated.
Students are also encouraged to use the City of Boulder’s Mediation services to have these types of discussions with their property owner.For more information, call 303-441-4364 or send inquiries to email@example.com.
Both Off-Campus Housing and Neighborhood Relations (OCHNR) and Student Legal Services (SLS) are available to eligible students to help them best advocate for themselves in negotiations and/or for other landlord-tenant questions. OCHNR provides this service for free; SLS charges a nominal fee of $30 or $35 (depending on eligibility level) to consult with one of its lawyers.
Storage options: CU Boulder partners with the UPS Store for storage solutions. Students can register on the UPS site or visit a campus store to sign up and purchase boxes. Off-Campus Housing and Neighborhood Relations also lists other storage options on their website. Please contact the Environmental Center for more information about bike storage.