Graduate & Family Housing
Over 2,000 individuals live in Graduate & Family Apartments. We offer an affordable, convenient and comfortable living environment that serves the needs of a diverse population of students at CU.
Bear Creek Apartments
If you're a CU student looking for a convenient new home with great amenities and a thriving community, Bear Creek might be the place for you! We offer tours seven days a week during office hours, no appointment necessary.
Ralphie's List is a resource for locating off-campus housing and neighborhood relations.
Off-Campus Housing & Neighborhood Relations is a function of CUSG and is your only University affiliated resource for finding housing.
Resident Hall Association
Would you like to find your niche at CU-Boulder? RHA supports, serves and provides leadership opportunities for students living in the residence halls.
The Academic Success and Achievement Program (ASAP) is highly dedicated to the academic success of our students. All students living in a residence hall or living in Bear Creek have access to ASAP.
CU Children's Center provides high quality programs for children of families that are affiliated with the university.
Loft Your Bed or Request a Room Change
How and when you can request to loft your bed in eligible residence halls or request a room change either before or after move-in.
Housing & Dining Services have hundreds of part-time jobs in a variety of service areas, allowing you the flexibility and convenience of working near home and classes!
How do I get involved on campus? Join a club or organization! There are groups for nearly every interest you can imagine.
Complete the formal documentation to request specific accommodations for disability purposes involving Housing & Dining Services.
Residence Hall Handbook
View the policies and procedures involved with living on campus.
View all housing contracts with Housing & Dining Services.
Your campus ID, known as your Buff OneCard, is your universal identification for campus. Swipe it for meals, to access your residence hall, pay for printing, library access, banking and more!
Housing & Dining Services
Information about housing includes how to apply, RAPs and other programs, eligibility, move-in/move-out details, housing options and more. Dining resources include menus, hours, locations, meal plans, dietary issues, etc. Also find tutoring, involvement opportunities, contracts, and FAQs.
Stampede Camp is a three-day experience for incoming students living within the residence halls. It's a great way for incoming students to find their place at the University of Colorado Boulder.
In addition to being the place to hang out, the UMC is home to approximately 90 student groups, CUSG (CU Student Government) and a host of student-centered offices and services!
Students can find announcements, their student profile, student services, register for classes, view course schedule, apply for graduation, financial information, health plans, academic calendar, university libraries, advising links, and more!
Desire 2 Learn
Desire 2 Learn (D2L) is the University of Colorado Boulder's new learning management system.