Housing and Dining Services

Website: Housing and Dining Services
Main Office phone: (970) 491-6511

Residence Life

Website: Residence Halls
Residence Life: (970) 491-4719
Parmelee Hall: (970) 491-5982

One Residence Hall (Parmelee Hall) is dedicated to summer students.

You must have a CSU eID (“electronic identity”) to register for Housing and Dining. Learn more

The Housing Application is available online. Learn more

  • An application must be completed to be assigned a room;
  • Suite Style Double rooms are $201* per week;
  • If a student stays part of a week, the amount will be prorated to reflect the time actually spent in housing;
  • Each room houses two students with a sink in the room and a connecting bathroom shared with the room next door; and
  • No single rooms will be offered.

Parmelee Hall:

Parmelee Hall provides comfortable, convenient room and board accommodations for students attending Summer Session. Parmelee Hall is under the supervision of trained hall personnel run by a Residence Director and student staff. Parmelee Hall is located on the north side of campus near the intersection of Meridian and Laurel Streets. All rooms include wireless and wired internet service. A laundry facility is located in the building. Parmelee Hall, like all the resident halls on campus, is a non-smoking, alcohol and drug-free facility.

Parking:

Phone: (970) 491-7041
Parking is located in close proximity to Parmelee Hall for an additional fee. Please contact Parking and Transportation Services to purchase a parking permit. Learn more

What to bring:
There are several items which you will want to bring with you for your room. You must provide your own pillow, blankets, bedspread, linens, and towels. You may wish to bring a personal computer, fan, stereo, head phones, TV, radio, alarm clock, a bookshelf,  and anything else that will make your room feel like home. Since rooms have only a ceiling light fixture, you may find a study lamp and/or table lamp extremely useful. Halogen lamps are not allowed. Additional information is on the “Move In” page on the Housing website, in the “What to Bring” section. Learn more

First-Year Students:

Living in the Residence Halls for summer session (minimum 8 weeks) will qualify as one academic semester toward the first two consecutive semesters in the University Living Regulation but is not required. Learn more

Move-In Hours:

Students provide a move-in day on their application, and they can move in to Parmelee Hall between the hours of 8:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. on the day they indicate. Rooms are assigned on arrival.

Dining

Website: Dining Centers
Phone: (970) 491-4754

Students can choose the Weekly Meal Plan that fits their schedule. A weekly meal plan is required for each week a student lives in the residence hall; you may not ‘opt out’ of a meal plan. Meals are primarily served at Corbett/Parmelee Dining Center. Please check the Residential Dining Services website for  updates to dining locations and hours.

Summer 2017 Weekly Meal Plans:

Weekly Meal Plans and Rates (Prices subject to change):

  • 10 meals per week: $102.00
  • 14 meals per week: $143.00
  • 21 meals per week: $214.00

Additional information related to meals:

  • The “meal week” begins on Saturdays at breakfast
  • There are no refunds for unused meals
  • Meal passes cannot be used for guests

Regular Hours: May 15 to August 4

  • Breakfast: 7:00 – 9:30 a.m.
  • Lunch: 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
  • Dinner: 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

University Apartments

Website: University Apartments (Learn about rates, community, room details, locations and more.)

Phone: (970) 491-4743

Colorado State University provides apartments for student families and couples, single undergraduate, graduate and non-traditional students. Application for an apartment may be made only after admission to the University has been granted. Apply early! Priority on the assignment list is determined by date of application.

Student Family:

University apartments are available for student families and couples at Aggie Village Family Apartments and University Village, both located in close proximity to central campus. A variety of floor plans in two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments are available. Laundry and playground facilities are located within each apartment complex. Both furnished and unfurnished apartments are available.

Single Adult Students:

The International House Apartments provide 118 units (one-bedroom alone and two-bedroom shared) for single graduate students and single undergraduate students who are 23 years of age or older. All shared apartments have a private bedroom for each student. The living room, bath and kitchen are shared. Only furnished apartments are available. All units include draperies, all utilities, basic cable television, and internet connection. Only small, harmless aquatic life is allowed as pets. See the following table for rental rates.

Single Undergraduate Housing:

The Aggie Village Apartments provide 431 units (studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom shared, three-bedroom shared, and four-bedroom shared) for single undergraduates under the age of 23. All shared apartments have a private bedroom for each resident. The living room, bath and kitchen are shared. Only furnished apartments are available. All units include washer/dryer, A/C, draperies, all utilities, basic cable television, and internet connection. Only small, harmless aquatic life is allowed as pets.