- Laundry is an amenity included in the residential experience for students. To report a problem with any of the laundry machines, submit a request to CSC ServiceWorks.
- LazyBones Laundry Service: All students living in student housing are able to use LazyBones laundry service. Students can schedule weekly laundry service for pick up and delivery. Pick up and delivery is based on your schedule and LazyBones offers convenient semester pricing.
- As you begin preparing to move to campus, we are excited to offer you the opportunity to save money on some important move-in necessities, while also supporting residence hall programming and events. Through Dormify, you can buy all your bedding through our convenient online Linens Program. There's plenty to choose from and they're all guaranteed to fit the extra-long twin beds in the residence hall rooms. Also through Dormify, families can take advantage of our online care package service to remind their students of the comforts of home. Families save time and money and these programs help Residence Life Student Leadership Programs provide quality programming and events in our residence halls including things like: RHA's Annual Haunted Halls, Stampede Leadership Camp, CU Homecoming events, NRHH service opportunities, student leadership conferences and New Student Welcome initiatives! Learn more about our linens and care package programs.
- As noted in your housing contract, the institution is not liable for damages or loss that occur to the personal property of students. In these scenarios, campus residents may be financially responsible if they do not have adequate insurance coverage. The University does not offer renters insurance to residents. However, it expects all residents to obtain insurance, from a provider of your choosing, before move-in. We have partnered with GradGuard, which offers a College Renters Insurance plan that is specifically designed for students.
- Keeping our environments safe and clean is a partnership between residents and staff. We provide daily housekeeping services to public areas like community bathrooms and common areas, and maintenance services are always a click away at Fix It.
- Hall Amenities: All halls have study and lounge areas, bicycle racks, laundry facilities. They also all have a community center (front desk) where you can borrow games, sports equipment and cleaning supplies, and go if you are locked out of your room or need assistance.
- Buff OneCard: The Buff OneCard is your official campus ID, and depending on your status and choices, could also be your hall and room key, bank card and hold your meal plan. Visit the Buff OneCard site for details.
Community centers are the hearts and social hubs of each residence hall through providing information, social activities and making sure residents feel at home when they enter their communities. As a part of community centers, each student staff member will greet all visitors and will be prepared to assist with any needs they have. The primary purpose of our community centers is to make our halls a more welcoming, engaging and inclusive environment for all!
Visit your community center to:
- Check out various games and cleaning supplies
- Sign out a temp key for your room
- Participate in hall activities
- Become involved
- Ask general questions
Community Center hours:
- Monday- Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.
- Thursday – Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 2:30 a.m.
- Saturday: 9:30 a.m.– 2:30 a.m.
- Sunday: 9:30 a.m.– 11:30 p.m.
- Resident Advisors (RAs): Student support staff who live in the residence halls. They have been through freshman year and are available to support you as you make the transition from home to college life. Whether it be a tough break-up, academic struggles or homesickness, your RA is there to help. You can also expect them to reach out to you periodically throughout the year—they'll be interested to get to know you and ask how you're experiencing college life.
- Hall Directors: Professional staff that either live right in the hall or very close by. Through student development, community-building events and one-on-one interactions, hall directors help residents gain important life skills that support their success in college and their lives after graduation.