Summer On-Campus Housing
Housing & Dining Services offers housing to students during both Maymester and summer school sessions. It is designed for single students that are enrolled in regular CU-Boulder summer school or Maymester, or are enrolled in three (3) or more credits in the Division of Continuing Education.
If you do not meet the above requirements, and are either visiting faculty/staff or a research/internship student, housing options may be available. Please visit the CU Conference Services website, contact CU Conferences by email or call 303-492-5151 to inquire about on-campus housing options, pricing, and availability.
The following pages will provide you information on:
- Housing options, rates and dates
- Meal plans and dining hours
- Move-in/move-out, safety, parking and other summer details
- Frequently asked questions
Please note: the application for residence hall accommodation (and housing security deposit) and the university admissions confirmation procedures (and deposits) are separate transactions, one of which does not guarantee the other. For information regarding admissions, contact the Office of Admissions at 303-492-6301.
Living in the residence halls during summer school is a unique and enriching experience that provides advantages to our students, such as proximity to classes, outdoor adventure, great food through our meal plan options and the support of our resident advisor and front desk student staff to serve as a resource for you. Additionally, we offer programming and events to create a strong sense of community and study spaces within the building for you to focus on your academics. Living on campus this summer will allow you the opportunity to excel academically while also providing you a way to connect with other students on campus for the summer.
Freshman Degree Students
If you are a freshman degree student during summer session or a freshman attending your first two academic semesters (fall and spring), you are required, subject to the availability of space, to live in a residence hall. Exceptions include students who are married or live with parents in the surrounding Boulder area and have permission granted in advance to commute.
You may request permission to live off campus for other reasons. Your request is considered on its merit, taking into account your individual circumstances. For information regarding freshman permission to reside off campus, contact Occupancy Management via email, by phone at 303-492-6673, or write to:
Center for Community, Room S300
University of Colorado Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309-0159
If you are a freshman admitted for summer session 2015 and intend to continue on the Boulder campus in the fall, we encourage you to submit both your summer and fall housing applications at the same time and as early as possible.
Conferences at CU-Boulder
CU offers world-class amenities for all of your conference needs. Please visit our CU Conference Services website for additional information and details.