CU has over 22,000 students living off-campus, and after freshman year it is likely that you will be moving into one of Boulder's many student-populated neighborhoods. Keep in mind, there is no "Student Only Neighborhood" in Boulder. Be sure to do your research and pick the best neighborhood for your lifestyle.
There is a lot to know about living in Boulder, including city and state ordinances that you need to follow as a resident.
The University Hill has a commercial district that students like to frequent including restaurants and shops.
East Aurora is a growing area among CU Boulder students. There are many apartments here that offer nine-month leases, fully furnished units and other student-oriented amenities.
Goss Grove is near the famous Pearl Street area which features vibrant nightlife.
North Boulder is where many of our graduate students and upper-division students live with a variety of housing options, though it is farther from campus than other neighborhoods.
Martin Acres is a suburban neighborhood of family-style homes.